Sep 23, 2011
Teaching 3615 Views
Question and answer sessions are an important part of lessons and are integral to test students’ comprehension of material, as well as to let you as the teacher know where your students are in terms of their understanding of lesson concepts. Sometimes, however, these sessions can go flat. Students can tune out, opt out, play dumb, etc, as a way to get out of participating. So how can you improve your question and answer sessions to get more out of your students and display your control?
Sep 18, 2011
Classroom Management 4286 Views
Building classroom discipline is an exercise all well-meaning and professionally qualified educators love to do. Teaching is surely one of the most challenging and fulfilling careers anyone can get involved with. There is no doubt that educators play a special role in the overall educational advancement of school children. It is therefore necessary to have these educators equipped with the right trainings and the needed skill sets taught in classroom management workshops
There is quite the argument concerning the importance of education in life. You look at the people with education and they argue that without it, they wouldn't have gotten anywhere in life. Then you ask the successful people that don't have an education and they of course would argue in the opposite direction. These are just generalizations because not everyone in each group would argue in these directions but just as an example, this is one way that the debate can be started.
Sep 17, 2011
Learning Methodology 3818 Views
We all have certain preferences when it comes to receiving information. Some of us like to learn exclusively by reading books, while others favour discussing ideas with other people to help themselves understand a topic or problem. Recognising what your preferences are is generally considered a good way to improve the way you perceive and process new information.
Sep 17, 2011
Other 3220 Views
Some of life's most memorable moments take place in primary and secondary school. Years when we're too young to have real responsibilities and too oblivious to have real insecurities. Hollywood has made some wonderful comedies about these years. They inspire nostalgia and remind us of a simpler time.
For fresh TEFL teachers keeping discipline in a classroom full of teenagers can be daunting. With these simple rules and tips you will find controlling your groups so much easier.
Sep 10, 2011
Classroom Management 3897 Views
I've never been a particularly fearsome teacher in spite of occasional temper tantrums in the classroom. The only results they achieved, though, were that awkward silence and underlying resentment from those who deserved the blast and the fearful, confused disappointment from those who were innocent. The fun part is where you try to continue with the lesson as if nothing had happened. There's nowhere to hide when you're in front of a class full of teenagers.
Sep 10, 2011
Writing 3795 Views
Novice writers like many of the English Composition students as well as students seeking a degree in English, can benefit from pre-writing strategies. There are several elements of the pre-writing process. They include choosing your topic, exploring your topic, and organizing your writing. This article will focus on various ways to organize information so that you know exactly what and how to include important information in your paper.
Sep 10, 2011
Study Abroad 3070 Views
Matters of education are one of the most important decisions of life as it holds the power to frame the personality, characteristics, and individuality of a person. In the new era of education today there are lot many changes in the global education system. Owing to a bundle of changes, the new age education system embraces ample of opportunities to explore and discover. Amongst the wide choices available, overseas education is one of the most lucrative and beneficial choice.
Sep 8, 2011
Teaching 3650 Views
When managing your classroom, one of the most important tools at your disposal is your voice. The way in which you communicate to your students verbally has a lot to do with how your students will respond to you. And it goes far beyond the message that you are actually communicating. The way you use your voice – the tone, pace and volume – has a lot to do with how your message will be received and interpreted.