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Attitude for a successful classroom!

Attitude for a successful classroom! There are many different types of teachers, one could go as far as to say that each teacher is unique in their teaching methods and styles.   And like every other “platform” in life, teachers also compare themselves to other teachers.    Have you ever seen a teacher able to completely captivate their students and keep them happy and concentrating most of the time?    (I say

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10 ESL Vocabulary Activities For Young Learners

10 ESL Vocabulary Activities For Young Learners

10 ESL Vocabulary Activities For Young Learners Words are like little blocks that every learner uses to build their proficiency. Using a vivid imagination anyone can stick 4 legos together and call it an airplane. But to really fly one we’ll need much more than a handful of blocks. We’ll need the know-how, sure, but just as engineering knowledge is useless without the right materials, perfecting grammar skills can only get us

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5 outdoor activities to do in SUMMER

5 outdoor activities to do in SUMMER

5 outdoor activities to do in SUMMER Nothing is more exciting for the learners than leaving the desks and books behind and going outside to have the class in the open. From the teaching point of view, taking the class outside acts as a metaphorical departure from the classroom theory into real world practice. Yes, that’s very profound. Feel free to use that reason to justify the special outdoor lesson, although we

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10 outdoor GAMES to do with young learners

10 outdoor GAMES to do with young learners The quickest way for your young students to fall in love with you is to take them to the school courtyard and play fun games with them. So if today is a sunny day and you have enough energy to control a small chaos, consider taking your pupils outside and playing a few of the games we’ve listed below. Mr Wolf How to play:

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Activities using Dice for ESL Students

10 Activities using Dice for ESL/EFL Students

10 Activities using Dice for ESL/EFL Students 10 activities using dice should be one of the secret weapons in every teacher’s arsenal. As dice are cheap, small, portable and their battery lasts forever. The fact that throwing dice results in only one of six outcomes, yet it’s always completely random, allows to use them for many exciting but controlled ESL activities. In this list we’ve included activities tested by us in many

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Speaking

10 great esl exercises to practice SPEAKING

10 Great ESL Exercises to Practise Speaking Speaking in a foreign language is one of the fastest ways to master it. It’s also one of the most desirable skills people want to learn as our modern world rapidly becomes operating primarily on vocal communications.   However, it isn’t always easy to encourage our ESL students to practice their conversation skills. Many students are morbidly shy, aren’t confident in their skill or plainly

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15 min warm-up to get ADULT learners creative and engaged

15 min warm-up to get ADULT learners creative and engaged

15 min warm-up to get ADULT learners creative and engaged Adults learners, being adults, walk around all day with their problems and insecurities weighing on their minds. You see, being an adult ain’t no fun, oh no, it is a serious business, and thus a serious attitude at all times is also required. Furthermore, all these problems circulating adult minds need to be dealt with in the future so, adults being adults,

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15 min warm-up to get YOUNG learners creative and engaged

15 min warm-up to get YOUNG learners creative and engaged

15 min warm-up to get YOUNG learners creative and engaged Working with young learners is all about managing their energy levels and a skillful control of their attention.    Kids are full of energy. That’s why teaching them is such a challenge and why many teachers opt out from it. However, if channelled well, this ocean of energy can be your biggest asset.   Similarly, in today’s world human attention is the

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10 Speaking warm up exercises

10 Speaking warm up exercises These 10 Speaking warm up exercises are one of the easiest ways to differentiate between the extroverted and introverted students. The former will eagerly join any discussion, often with little to no prompt. The latter, on the other hand, prefer to stay quiet, and often the more the teacher tries to ‘encourage’ them the more they bottle up. This sadly translates to the language proficiency as the

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