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- 10 May 2020, 16:46
- Forum: Teaching Young Learners
- Topic: Teaching Children vs Teaching Adults!!
- Replies: 0
- Views: 943
I've been teaching English in VietNam for around 6 months now and I have classes both private and public teaching children and adults. Although, I prefer to teach motivated Adults that have a real reason for learning English as opposed to kids that have been forced into an English Class by their par...
I live in china and have been teaching English mostly in university and tutoring younger kids. I have been asked a lot lately to teach small groups for adults. I was thinking about teaching listening, dialogue, and. Basic conversation skills for traveling and Livorno abroad. Anyone have experience d...
Hi all, and Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! I’m writing this because I just need to vent and put it out there in the universe, and because I know you all will understand on a different level than my fiancé who so kindly listens to me rant all day every day. Our principal for the past two years has ...
Hi could someone help me with this sentence please " He's never appeared in a film before " Does this mean that the person in NOW staring in a film at the moment, that it is his very first film. I need to teach the use of present perfect + before to a first certificate class and dont feel so confide...
- 23 Apr 2020, 08:20
- Forum: Jobs Discussion
- Topic: Student Behaviour-global checklist :D!!!
- Replies: 0
- Views: 1893
Hello My question is about misbehaviour and uncooperative students. Basically what countries have the most complicit and lovely well behaved students :) and which are the ones to avoid. I was interested in Korea and then if that went well i read amazingly nice things about Costa Rica but not much ab...
- 23 Apr 2020, 08:19
- Forum: Teaching Adults
- Topic: Keeping the context in your grammar lessons.!!
- Replies: 1
- Views: 2093
Hi everybody, I'm a new teacher and having just graduated from CELTA a month ago, I'm currently trying to find ways to be able to teach my classes without spending a good chunk of my days planning for my classes. When I finished CELTA, I was more than used to spending 6+ hours on my lessons (they we...
- 18 Apr 2020, 09:26
- Forum: General Teacher Discussion
- Topic: Is pursuing ESL teaching right for me?
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1411
Hello. I am a current substitute teacher in the US with a bachelor's degree in English. After 2 years in marketing and getting let go from my first permanent marketing job in 2019 (my skills and abilities just weren't the right fit for the position and it wasn't something I cared about) I returned t...