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- 03 Mar 2011, 15:05
- Forum: Teaching Adults
- Topic: conversation with intermediate adults
- Replies: 4
- Views: 13235
The best way to be prepared to pick a topic, pick key vocabulary for the topic, think of a couple questions in case the conversation has trouble starting and then have fun. Your job is to monitor, correct and encourage conversation so don’t worry if you’re not a native speaker because your not the o...
I am not sure what country you are from but I can explain what being elected for ESL means in Canada. Usually students who are elected for an ESL program or any other special program have been selected because the teacher feels that the students can handle the being in an ESL program. More specifica...
- 03 Mar 2011, 14:37
- Forum: Jobs Discussion
- Topic: Where can one teach without a degree?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 6609
Teaching without a degree is always more difficult. As the person above mentioned to work in to public system it is almost impossible now to teach without a degree however in private language schools it is definitely a possibility. I currently am completing my undergrad in teaching English as a seco...
- 03 Mar 2011, 14:29
- Forum: Teaching Young Learners
- Topic: A super-slow learner in my class, any suggestions?
- Replies: 8
- Views: 13705
Everything you are doing sounds great. Another solution I have found that works well is to ask a more advanced student to be his tutoring buddy in class. Sometimes I find that other children explaining to other children works better than me always explaining to them. However this child seems to be a...