When students have the opportunity to correct the teacher, it reinforces that language point, assesses the students' understanding of that language point, gives the learner confidence, and teaches students to problem-solve.Read More
'Good' is such a generic word, but it has so many synonyms that are far more interesting. Encourage your students to expand their vocabulary by forbidding them to use the word ‘good’.Read More
The comma which comes between the last two entries of a list is called the Oxford Comma. Many people omit it, but including this comma may improve communicationRead More
If your students are having difficulty reading, encourage them to pair written words with their pronunciation. Subtitles are a great way to do this.Read More
Certain letter combinations create unique sounds, and it's important for learners to recognize this from the beginning. Perhaps we should teach 30 entries of the alphabet instead.Read More
Are tomatoes fruit or vegetables?
The answers to many questions depend on context, so clearly establish the context first.Read More
Colors can be used to create associations in the minds of learners. By doing so, students are quicker to find mistakes or identify what they're supposed to do.Read More