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Tired of your students´ passivity and reliance on you as the teacher? Wanting to get your students more involved in their learning process? This article will help you understand why your students may not as yet be at the heart of their learning journey, and offer you one key activity to do with your students to set them on their way.
Many of us get stressed when taking exams. Unfortunately, teachers sometimes have little training in this area to help students . This post will invite you to consider different cultural reasons for the build-up of stress in your students and will offer you six classroom activities to give your students the tools to alleviate their stress themselves and to help each other.
Is writing often neglected in the EFL classroom? Perhaps some teachers don’t consider it to be a ‘communicative’ activity or a priority for their students, while others don’t enjoy teaching or marking it. Find out how to make writing lessons collaborative and productive by using a process approach.
Have you tried student-made quizzes only to realise that student’s aren’t that great at writing questions? Have they turned out to be more trouble than they are worth? Well, that’s probably because they need some training. Here’s a lesson idea that you can use to demystify the reading exam.