I am that teatcher, it were very useful tips for me and for our classes,but could you write the text from video here? it would be nice, thanks
For unscripted videos we usually don't provide the audioscript, although this is something we could perhaps think about for the future. Good to hear you found the tips useful!
Hi Im a new member .thanks for your great site .I have problem watching the videos .I tried several programs but It didnt work.please help me.
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Hi there, this video is exciting. it teach us, the teachers, how to deal with some some problems occured in our classroom. i like the way the teacher put "00:01:09' on the board. David really has a good time management. The way he implied the 'put your hands up' rule made the students realize that it is important to be discipline. people will appreciate you if you take the rules. the reward and the stamps were so creative. I just lack of one thing. The teacher's smile ^.^ thanks for the video. its inspiring!
good morning I am a new teacher in private school and i m actualy teaching kids English
I only speak in English and mime at the same time and i avoide speaking in our native language but some time they have difficulties in understanding me, thus can i use the native lge? thanks in advance
I need your help. It’s really great to have your own area where you can arrange everything to make learning English easy. But what should I do when I don’t have any opportunity to do this. When our teachers have lessons in different classes. And you need more time for preparation. You need to move furniture, stick some flash cards , ….
Yes, that makes it a lot more difficult, having a 'bag packed' helps a bit, having all the typical things you need in a suitcase and moving that round can help ( I know that may not be practical, but I've seen it work really well) Asking for cupboard/ shelf space if that's possible in the different rooms also can help. If technical set up is the issue, there is no quick solution I'm afraid - so many times we've all got to a room to find something doesn't work. Maybe other teachers here have some other ideas?