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Featured Teaching Tips

I've found that using colors when writing on the whiteboard can be helpful in multiple ways.  Colors can be used to create associations  in the minds of learners. The more you repeat the same method of color usage, the more those associations will strengthen in the learners' minds. Using these associations,  students are quicker to find mistakes or identify what they're supposed to do.    Read More

I've found that using colors when writing on the whiteboard can be helpful in multiple ways. Colors can be used to create associations in the minds of learners. The more you repeat the same method of color usage, the more those associations will strengthen in the learners' minds. Using these associations, students are quicker to find mistakes or identify what they're supposed to do. Read More

'Good' is such a boring word. Why say 'good' when you could say 'positive', 'appropriate', 'beneficial', or plenty of other synonyms with more specific definitions. 'Good' is just too broad. If you  forbid your students from using 'good'  - a word they have reason to use often - they'll have to learn some of its synonyms and the differences between all those synonyms.  It's a great way to improve their vocabulary.    Read More

'Good' is such a boring word. Why say 'good' when you could say 'positive', 'appropriate', 'beneficial', or plenty of other synonyms with more specific definitions. 'Good' is just too broad. If you forbid your students from using 'good' - a word they have reason to use often - they'll have to learn some of its synonyms and the differences between all those synonyms. It's a great way to improve their vocabulary. Read More

There are lots of multi-syllable official terms we use exclusively for English class. Words that are long, strange-sounding, and infrequent enough that they are hard to remember.  As long as learners understand a concept, who cares what name they attach to it?  Make it easier on them by using simpler and more memorable made-up terms instead. (You'll notice we do these in our videos.)   Read More

There are lots of multi-syllable official terms we use exclusively for English class. Words that are long, strange-sounding, and infrequent enough that they are hard to remember. As long as learners understand a concept, who cares what name they attach to it? Make it easier on them by using simpler and more memorable made-up terms instead. (You'll notice we do these in our videos.) Read More

 
 
 

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Guides include everything you need to accompany a video series. Each guide comes with related printouts, slideshows, bonus notes, introductions, a glossary, difficulty levels, prerequisites, an ancillary topic, and more!

 
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