Most of my colleagues have talked about certain tools that have proved to be quite useful.
Word Formation is one of the things tested in many exams including the Russian National Exam in English; therefore, I spend a lot of time training my private students to do it.
Last year I was writing here, on Blogathon pages, about the problem of TS in my classroom. Well, it seems I have found the way to combat it.
Since I talked about L1 use in language classes, I also thought to post on the ways I use to restrict its usage during my lessons.
Most of the teachers I have talked to tend to use a kind o
I used to teach at language courses where use of mother tongue at
It seems to me that maintaining the balance between L1 and L2 in the classroom is getting harder. Besides, there is a great debate going on among ELT professional.
We all know that teaching young learners is different in terms of preparing the materials and the organizing the activities.
In some private schools in Turkey the English teachers never ever speak Turkish to their students, no matter what.
A few years ago I was commissioned to teach English to Franco-African children in the outskirts of Paris.I'm Argentinian, I have no knowledge of French, and I was quite exc