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10 Alternative Career Paths Out Of ELT

alternative career paths out of ELT
Some teachers of English love being in the classroom and working with students, so they spend their whole lives teaching while there are some teachers taught English for a while and then changed their careers making use of the skills that being a teacher helps them to acquire....
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Do You Know What ECRIF Is?!

what ECRIF is
ECRIF stands for five phases of students’ learning: Encounter, Clarify, Remember, Internalize and Fluency. ECRIF is a framework for understanding learning, looking at how people learn rather than prescribing what teachers should or should not do. ECRIF framework focuses on the learning process that students go through as they...
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Four Factors Make TEFL A Failure In Most Countries

why TEFL fail in most countries
EFL is taught in most countries as a compulsory subject. However, most students in these countries do not show good English proficiency or ability in using English in daily-life communications. It may mean that there is some kind of failure of TEFL in these countries. The following are...
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16 Tips To Become The Best EFL Teacher

tips to become the best EFL teacher
1. Learn your students’ names. You will be able to control your class better and gain more respect if you learn the students’ names early on. If you are one who has a poor memory for names, ask each student to bring a photo of his own and...
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Ten Skills A Primary Language Teacher Must Have

skills primary teachers need to have
A Primary Language Teacher Must have the ability to: 1. understand well the characteristics of young learners whom he works with. 2. link his understanding of young learners with the teaching method and assessment procedures that he uses in the classroom. 3. adapt or create the most suitable...
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Ten Necessary English Language Teaching Strategies

strategies for teaching English language
The following are some teaching strategies that EFL teachers should use to help students in the classroom develop their proficiency in English especially when faced with new structure and vocabulary. 1. Encouraging the use of the language: This should be the key component of each EFL class. Teachers...
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