Submitted by TE Editor on 21 February, 2006 - 13:00
Many English teachers would probably agree that teenagers are the most difficult age group to teach. Sometimes our teenage students do not want to be in class in the first place and often their minds can be on other things when we are giving an English lesson.
Submitted by TE Editor on 16 February, 2006 - 13:00
Using arts and crafts in the classroom can be an excellent way to facilitate language learning with young learners. Below are some reasons why these types of activities can enrich the learning experience for your students,
Submitted by TE Editor on 26 January, 2006 - 13:00
Although the behaviourist view of language learning has been largely discredited for some time now, a lot of teachers set great store by the stimulus / response way of inducing students to produce 'correct' language.
Submitted by TE Editor on 1 December, 2005 - 13:00
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) has been around in language teaching longer than we may realise. Those teachers who incorporate elements of suggestopedia, community language learning, music, drama and body language into their lessons are already drawing on NLP as it stood twenty years ago.
Submitted by TE Editor on 24 November, 2005 - 13:00
Dictation has been a feature of language classrooms for hundreds of years. However, for many teachers these days, the word 'dictation' is synonymous with 'old-fashioned', 'boring', and 'teacher-centred'.