Tips to help you “learn” the ESL classroom, from dealing with the unique problems of language learning students to becoming a more efficient ESL teacher.
Set boundaries and be in control of the classroom
Children need boundaries in order to feel safe. As teachers, though, we have to remember that need for boundaries extends into the classroom. Even when teaching adult learners, we are asking ESL students to do something that makes them incredibly vulnerable: participate in an activity where they might occasionally sound ridiculous and have trouble being understood. That's why it is so important for a strong teacher to set boundaries and be in control of the classroom to maintain a calm, happy learning environment. Find out how to be that teacher in this book!
- step-by-step instructions on 23 different topics
- 150 tips and tricks to learn more efficient control in the classroom
- 25 of our “must read” tips for mastering the most important skills now
The perfect blend of solutions for your students and improvements for your teaching
In designing this book, we were striving to achieve the right balance of advice on how to deal with issues involving students directly, such as tips for behavioral problems, student defensiveness, catering to different learning styles and student attrition, while still including important lessons that don't come naturally for teachers, such as how to evaluate one's own teaching skills and how to deal with multi-level classes.
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