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Hello everyone, There are probably hundreds of ways to teach grammar and it is difficult to choose the one I want to use with my future students. In your opinion, what is the best way to learn grammar? Of course, I want to find a way to make it useful and fun. There has been too much talk about the ...
- 24 Feb 2011, 17:45
- Forum: Special Needs
- Topic: Help needed for activities for blind esl student
- Replies: 9
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As a future teacher, I will surely have to deal with students who have special needs such as being blind or dyslexic. I believe that blind students still have the required abilities to perform well with languages. Maybe their sight is completely impaired, but they still have other senses. There are ...
- 24 Feb 2011, 17:27
- Forum: General Teacher Discussion
- Topic: Mentoring experiences?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 12173
Hello everybody! I am starting this thread to learn more about your mentoring experiences. Personally, I did some mentoring back when I was in CEGEP. It was not English mentoring, but rather French. I was paired with 2 students whom I had the responsability to evaluate their learning and help them i...
Hello everyone, I have a simple question for all of you! Is it possible to teach either at primary or secondary school levels even though I still haven't finished my degree in second language teaching at Laval university? I am currently undergoing my second year and I still have 2 more practicums ye...
- 24 Feb 2011, 17:05
- Forum: Teaching Young Learners
- Topic: Original games for young learners
- Replies: 5
- Views: 15649
Hello, I am a trainee teacher at Laval university and I would like to have more ideas as to what fun and useful activities can be done with young learners of English as a 2nd language. Of course, there are many classics such as playing hangman or charades and songs, but I would like to know what act...