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Re: Games and activities for 11-12 year olds who can`t read or write English


1. Teach them to read. You have many very easy online phonic curricullums. Use them every class and start teaching them how to read. 2. Ask them about their interests, but most shy kids will give you nothing. Find out online or ask around what kids are into at their age. 3. Find fun course books int...

Re: Hard to handle Classes


6 and 7 year olds are my favorite to teach. The are loud and there to challenge you. 1. You need a ROUTINE. Kids want to know what to expect EVERY class. Have the class the lesson plan, just add new material each class. They will know what to look forward to. 2. You NEED to simulate all their learni...

Re: teaching without textbook or curriculum or degree, please help me!


To make your life easier, get a course book and use it as the curricullum. In addition to the course book, you can teach the man anything you notice that needs fixing for his level. (SA) Working with those lower levels, a good course book is smart....

Re: How to teach GERUND (PPP Model)


Mary, Here is a link from Azar on Grammar on the use of the Gerund: This should help you in developing your power point....

How to teach GERUND (PPP Model)


I want to write up a lesson plan in PPP model but am not sure how to. I am drawing blank when it comes to the gerund. I would need a good warmer idea to set the theme for the lesson. then I would move on to the Presentation part 1 to present the targeted language in text, but I would like this to be...

Re: ESL student newspaper


Casey, Congratulations on wanting the students to develop an ESL Newspaper. Here is my suggestion: Determine what the interests are for your ESL Students regarding the different roles in the Newspaper Publishing process (news writer, editor, sports writer, etc. ) and then have each one go out on the...

Re: Taking minutes & writing reports


Sondes, Here is an article I found on How to Take Business Meeting Notes How to run an eco club meeting Taking meeting minutes Minutes are just notes you take in a meeting, helping to remind you what you’ve discussed and what you’ve agreed. Minutes need to show what has been decided, and who is ...

Re: Online tutorial questions


Since we are now moving into the technology world for Online Teaching, I am finding that using Skype is a great way to conduct ESL Teaching as this uses both the Phone and chat at the same time....

Taking minutes & writing reports


Hey fellow teachers, I have upper advanced classes and I would like to teach them how to take minutes in a meeting and write a report out of those minutes. Are there any lesson plans that have videos and scaffolding activities? (a lesson plan on taking minutes and a lesson plan on writing reports) T...

Re: Running an English Corner


I would like to warn everyone on here that any "advice" or "suggestions" from Martin Wolff should be ignored. This person is a [edited], a [edited], he has been outed on here and other websites before in regard to his dubious business activities. His "teaching by movies" and "holistic English" progr...