What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “assessment?”
Probably more of the same reading comprehension exercises and multiple choice bubbles.
I know, I know. “Assessment” and “fun” don’t even belong in the …
Do you have a love for sharing your hobbies, interests and culture with others?
Does the thought of getting paid for that sound like a dream come true?
Well, guess what? You can!
With a passion for teaching and a …
Welcome to another day at the Language Teaching Method Buffet!
We sure hope you’re hungry, because there’s a lot to choose from.
Maybe you want a little grammar-translation.
Or perhaps your appetite craves some total physical response, with …
Have you ever gone grocery shopping without a list?
It might seem like a good idea at first.
But then you wander aimlessly.
You have some vague idea of what you need and why you need it… but that idea …
A box of stuffed animals lies in a corner.
Crayon and marker drawings paper the walls.
A beach ball lies to the side of the teacher’s desk ready for the morning hello ritual.
Where are you?
In a classroom of …
Which do you think is more important—advancing vocabulary or teaching grammar?
As a language teacher, you’ve undoubtedly considered the question.
If you had to choose one to the total exclusion of the other, which one would it be?…
Raul sauntered into my English Review class, slouched into his chair and threw an open notebook onto his desk in disgust, pouting.
“What’s up, Raul?” I asked him.
“My teacher gave us these sentences to translate and I don’t get …