H-factor is one of the most embarrassing pronunciation challenges. And worse, most people who have it do not know.
Teaching can be an enjoyable but tasking job. Having difficult students to deal with, however, can make it more tasking. In every classroom, there is always at least, one difficult student to deal with. A student is not only difficult… Read More
Sometimes activities take longer, or students finish sooner than anticipated. This is where you need to be flexible with regards to your lesson plan. You will have to make on-the-spot decisions, to either drop an activity or add something new, but without affecting your main lesson aims. A good lesson plan will be one which is a clear working document. In other words, another teacher would be able to teach your lesson by using your plan as a guide.
Imagine enrolling in a driving school and all you were taught is how to drive a car, and some traffic rules without having to practise driving at all. When you eventually get the courage to put your car on the… Read More
With distractions at their peak and human attention span proven to be only 12 seconds, the 21st century ESL teacher must be proactive in dealing with the realities of this time as it affects teaching English to speakers of other… Read More