Oct 27, 2009
Classroom Materials 3397 Views
We are now nearly a decade into the 21st Century and we should be getting used to it by now. While we can't yet predict what a classroom will look like in ninety years' time, we should have some idea of what a 21st Century classroom should look like, at least during the first few decades of the century.
Aug 27, 2012
Learning Methodology 3397 Views
This teacher action research project looks to address a problem with not having enough time to get through the desired curriculum in a adult ESL grammar class. The project evaluated what would happen when class lectures were recorded and required to watch for homework while using the class time as a study hall. The project lasted for seven weeks and took place in an intensive college prep English language program at a public university in the United States.
Sep 17, 2008
Classroom Materials 3394 Views
Good quality primary resources in your classroom can make all the difference between a positive and happy classroom, and a negative and bored one. If you have good primary resources available to you it can also have a positive impact on you, and your enjoyment of your job.
Oct 2, 2008
Grammar 3392 Views
English language is loaded with non-standard phrases, which rooted so deeply in its vocabulary that at times cannot be distinguished from the accepted Standard English terms. On the one hand, they jazz up the language of native speakers, making it very lively, natural, and authentic.
Nov 14, 2010
Classroom Materials 3392 Views
Future classroom Classroom technology is not only the sign of improvement of today's technology but also an efficient and effective way to provide the students, an excellent and creative education. To improve the quality of the studies, you should have to insert some latest technological tools and terms in the classrooms to make the teaching more meaningful.
Aug 13, 2008
Speaking/Listening 3391 Views
Mastery of English as a second or foreign language (ESL or EFL) comes down to how well a student speaks. He may write well, for example, get high marks on tests, or even have an accent nearly identical to a native speaker; but if he can't express ideas, opinions, or instructions clearly in a conversation, few would call him proficient. Language is for communication after all, and that primarily means speaking.
Sep 21, 2009
Career Development 3391 Views
This article describes the kinds of things dedicated students will take to find job and career opportunities as well as recommending steps individuals can take to improve interview skills - both on their own and with the help of experts.
Feb 26, 2012
Grammar 3389 Views
Difference Between The Simple Past And Present Perfect Tenses
May 19, 2013
Teaching 3389 Views
When people talk about literacy they're usually referring to words not pictures. Being 'literate' means being well-read. And in formal education, it's easy to measure literacy with the traditional yardsticks of form, structure and textual comprehension.
Dec 3, 2009
Other 3388 Views
Currently the idea of a paperless classroom is still a future concept for many educators, whilst traditional educators still cannot recognize the advantages of a paperless education. What are the advantages of going paperless, and how can students benefit from it?