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A Way For Getting Questions From Your Students

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In this article, we will look at a way of getting questions from a student in a certain context. This article is one of the ELT snippets that I post regularly. The aim of these snippets is to provide a collection of practical strategies, tactics, ideas, and tips drawn...
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4 Effective Teaching Strategies For ELT Classes

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Here are four effective teaching strategies that can be applied in your English language classes: 1. Brainstorming Brainstorming is a process of generating multiple ideas/options in which judgment is suspended until a maximum number of ideas has been generated. The importance of brainstorming for students: Helping students to...
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The Ten Principles That Make A Teaching Strategy Effective

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In this article, I’m going to talk about what makes a teaching strategy effective. There are ten principles for a teaching strategy to be effective. Read to recognize them. What Is “Strategy”? Before talking about teaching strategies, we should know what a strategy is. Strategy is a borrowed...
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Four Tips To Create Balance Between Accuracy And Fluency

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In this article, I’m going to give you four tips to create the required balance between accuracy and fluency. Learners With A Disconnect I noticed that a lot of English learners have a “disconnect.” A disconnect means that the language skills are imbalanced in development. It means that...
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Do You Use This Tool In ELT?! It’s Effective!

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They are a major tool in teaching English. They have their place at all levels of teaching but more suitably for the beginners. They are Prompts & Cues! They can be used to: Get students to change the mode (e.g. from “Asking a question” to “Repeat” or vice-versa)...
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4 Tips On Vocabulary Teaching For EFL/ESL Teachers

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1. Don’t explain all new words to your students: When children learn their first language, they do not learn all the new words that they meet at the same time. They learn words that they are interested in, or words that their parents feel are useful. Children can...
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