The 9 Best Ways To Finish EFL Lessons

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It is as important to end an EFL lesson effectively as you start it. Your main aim is that your students leave the classroom with a good feeling about themselves and their learning. They should end their EFL lessons with a sense of achievement and the knowledge that...
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Practical Tips To Teach Reading With Phonics

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In order to be able to read, every child must be taught the sounds of the alphabet letters. They must be able to recall the sounds quickly. They must see the letter and say the sound without hesitation. Following are some practical tips to teach alphabet sounds and...
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Why And How To Use Songs In English Language Classes

Using songs in EFL classes
Songs are a useful tool in language acquisition. Language teachers can use them to open or close their lessons, to introduce topics or themes, to add variety or change the pace, to present new vocabulary or recycle known language structures. Simple, repetitive songs often contain a recurrent grammatical...
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Do You Know What ECRIF Is?!

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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

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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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8 Benefits Of Using Games In TEFL

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Language learning is not easy. It takes time and effort. Games can sustain students’ interest and work so they ought to be at the heart of teaching the foreign language. Perhaps they are often used as short warm-up activities or when there is some time left at the...
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Three Methods To Teach Your Child To Read

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Reading is Best Taught Using a Combination of Three Methods: Auditory training – training for the ears to prepare the child’s brain for phonics. Phonics – knowledge of letter(s) sounds. Whole Language – immediate application of phonics into connected sentences and stories. It’s clear from the research that...
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