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Promoting Your Students’ Reading By Using The Active Reading Framework

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It is a presentation in which I will consider how you can promote your students’ reading by integrating the ACTVE reading framework. The ACTIVE reading framework includes six principles. Activate prior knowledge. Cultivate vocabulary. Teach for comprehension. Increase reading rate. Verify reading strategies. Evaluate progress. I’m going to...
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How to Differentiate Instruction in Your Diverse Classrooms

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We must admit that we have diverse students with varying abilities in each class we teach and teachers must modify their instruction to meet individual students’ readiness, levels, preferences, and interests. In this case, differentiated instruction is badly required. What Is Differentiated Instruction? Differentiated Instruction is a teaching...
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How to Teach Language Functions – A Practical Guide

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Parallel to lexical or grammatical structures is the language functions that define the speaker’s or writer’s intention to what they say or write in a communicative way. A language function is a reason why we communicate. Every time we speak or write, we do so for a purpose...
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A Basic Guide To Teaching English To Young Learners

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If you’d like to teach English to young learners or to your children with effectiveness, ease & comfort, this book is the most important book you’ll ever read. An Increasing Demand! Around the world these days, there is an increasing demand for books on (TEYL) Teaching English to...
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Quick-Start Guide To Teaching Listening In The Classroom

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Listening usually requires focus and attention. It is a skill that some students need to work at harder than others. Students who have difficulty concentrating are typically poor listeners. In this case, they need to focus more on developing their listening skills. The role of the teachers comes...
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Quick-Start Guide To Teaching Grammar In The Classroom

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Grammar helps students to know the plan of the language, so they will have greater control of the language when learning grammar. Few teachers think that it’s useless to teach grammar but most teachers believe in the importance of teaching grammar to their students in the classroom. For...
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Managing The Chaos In Large Classes

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Often when teachers are faced with large classes, they begin to worry about how they will teach. They usually view large classes as problematic and in a negative light. However, this isn’t always true. Yes, large classes, especially those of 100+, are a challenge but there are many...
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