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Pictures in teaching English

Pictures in teaching English

“The pictures are there, and you just take them.” – Robert Capa Sure, you take them and use pictures during your lessons to liven up the routine. Well, if we are talking seriously, photographs play an immense role in lessons and are of great help for teachers. Photos can help to start a lesson and […]

7 Attention-Getters to Use Instead of Raising Your Voice

7 Attention-Getters to Use Instead of Raising Your Voice

For many new teachers, classroom management can be one of the biggest obstacles to achieving success.

Without a toolbox of strategies to get students’ attention, raising your voice may feel like the only option when students are engaged in a loud activity or simply not meeting expectations. To avoid creating a negative classroom culture, which ultimately impedes learning, new teachers, or teachers facing new circumstances in this less than ideal school year, can employ these attention-getters.

Strategies to Encourage Students to Turn Their Cameras On

Strategies to Encourage Students to Turn Their Cameras On

While there is a tremendous amount of value to being able to see your students’ faces during distance learning, we can’t force them to be on camera, just as during in-person teaching, we can’t force unengaged students to lift their heads or remove hats or hoodies that obscure their faces.

With experimentation and persistence, however, you can arrive at strategies that work. Whether they need options, encouragement, or trust in order to turn their cameras on, there’s likely a solution that is the right fit for your classroom, circumstances, lessons, and students.

10 ways to teach English through music

10 ways to teach English through music

Music can play a very significant role in a foreign language classroom. It is an amazing tool for helping students to acquire language as well as improving their memory, and bringing lots of joy. As the Chinese philosopher Confucius said: ‘Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.’ Furthermore, what makes music such a great teaching tool is its ability to connect cultures and languages of students, regardless of their age and cultural backgrounds.

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