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I was faced with a difficult task last semester in a school where I am a teaching assistant. The course that I was assigned to was a business English class and quite frankly, this scared me. I have never been in any official business meetings, nor am I familiar with the vocabulary. It was quite a ch...
Perhaps you could check out how people with learning disorders such as dyslexia function. When dealing with people of the sort, there is a certain process related to memorizing words and images, to ensure the correct orthography. Picture-word relationships are quite important in order to learn a new...
- 03 Mar 2011, 15:08
- Forum: General Teacher Discussion
- Topic: Mentoring experiences?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 11793
In response to your post Samuel, I believe that no matter in which language you have done your mentoring experience, it is still a useful one to your professional development. I have done some mentoring myself with all types of students of different levels. I have mentored an Indian family whom move...
- 03 Mar 2011, 15:01
- Forum: Jobs Discussion
- Topic: Why do you have to have a degree?
- Replies: 9
- Views: 10668
I agree with you pizzicato. I come from an English speaking family and live in a French speaking community. My mother has been a teacher he whole life, however, her experience is not recognized here in Quebec. I find this quite ridiculous given the fact that she has much more experience than many el...
- 03 Mar 2011, 14:52
- Forum: Teaching Young Learners
- Topic: Student's blog. Correction
- Replies: 6
- Views: 15579
Actaully, there are many ways of correcting written mistakes: 1. Self-correction: You can make some sort of checlist for Ss to correct themselves. For example, when Ss make mistakes in spelling, just write (S) on this mistake. In more detail: S for Spelling G for grammatical mistakes WC for word ch...