Whenever I teach a new word and ask my students to use it in a sentence, they either make very simple ones which are not definitely expected from their level or even don't attempt to
The main point is to find an exciting topic to make your students talk. I start the lesson by giving a few clues by means of some specific pictures, then I let them speak.
In my opinion main course books should have a culture corner so that students will have the chance to learn more about other countries' customs, habits and cultural diversity.
Recently I have noticed that we have needed a change so I googled the internet and prepared a quiz show for my 8th graders.
Kids should not be afraid of making mistakes; they should feel relaxed and never avoid raising their hands to ask a question during or outside the class.
What is the time limit to keep the motivation high among the very young learners? 20 minutes or much less than that?
In my opinion, curiosity is the key word to learn.
What is the best way to enrich the vocabulary? Reading or memorizing? These two ways depend on the individual.
For the last three months, I have been asking some kinds of Brain Teasers to my secondary school students within their weekend worksheets.
I used to teach to the very young learners once upon a time and I often thought that how much mother language I should have used during the lessons.