Remember reading your first book? We recommend filming your students or children as soon as they start reading. It is a terrific confidence builder, as well as a time capsule to look back on. Another ESL FUN activity brought to by WorldTeachESL (Facebook) Video Time Capsule - My First Book Don’t pay or search for … Continue reading My First Book
Everything went as scheduled. The flight on United at 9:00 AM was great. It felt like it took less time unlike the last two trips to China. Maybe it was losing my mind this time planning and trying to fit your whole life into two small suitcases that made it go fast. I step off … Continue reading First 36 Hours…
Whеthеr уоu аrе an intеrnаtiоnаl ѕtudеnt оr a native speaker, Engliѕh skills саn аlwауѕ be imрrоvеd. Thеrе are many triеd and truе tricks fоr lеаrning Engliѕh. Thеѕе аrе fivе Engliѕh tricks fоr lеаrning еngliѕh. Thеѕе tricks nоt оnlу hеlр learn Engliѕh, but thеу аrе аlѕо tiрѕ оn improving Engliѕh ѕkillѕ. 1.) Rеаd a bооk, newspaper … Continue reading Tор 5 Triсkѕ Fоr Learning English
Copyrited @ 2017 Tom Songer Over the years, I have come to appreciate everyone learns differently, and that learning manifests itself through a student center learning process. A process on how we receive and process information with the student’s individuality, skills gathered along the way with a hands-on approach. A way of teaching that I … Continue reading Personal Philosophy of Bilingual Education
Teaching From The Heart I remember a time my French teacher in high school took the time to align her lessons to what we thought was relevant. From cooking classes to ski field trips, Ms. Little made the classroom full of energy. She made learning fun and intern made it easier to remember the lessons for … Continue reading Can You Yawp?