Dec 9, 2008
Teacher Training 3691 Views
The letter was lying on the kitchen table, and the postcode said Cambridge and when I opened it I finally found out that the Diploma was over.
Joanne Elliot outlines several activities for using groups to teach children. Activities include cultural charades, word association, and memory momentum.
Dec 6, 2008
Career Development 3029 Views
English as a Second Language (ESL) has always been an attraction as a good way for people to explore other countries, learn about new cultures and have their travel expenses paid for. Many factors have contributed recently to the huge global need for English teachers. The popularity of the Internet has created a desire in millions of non-English speakers to learn to communicate in English.
Dec 5, 2008
Pronunciation/Phonics 7497 Views
a detailed look at the methods of Phonetic teaching and learning.
Dec 5, 2008
Other 135972 Views
Walk into just about any classroom and you will find one: A dark green board on the wall, lined with pieces of chalk and felt erasers. Chalkboards, also commonly known as blackboards, have long been a part of daily classroom life, but just what is the history of the chalkboard?
Dec 5, 2008
Study Skills 2628 Views
Preparing yourself for a content test; or a reading comprehension test, can seem intimidating, especially if the idea of reading through lengthy passages and writing long essay answers makes your stomach turn. But here are some study tips to help you master even the longest most boring content test.
Considering the recent unprecedented growth in the number of international schools in the world on top of the abundance already operating worldwide, it is no wonder you might be reeling from the thought of choosing the ‘right’ school for you.
Dec 2, 2008
Young Learners 3609 Views
Teaching young children can be a daunting prospect, especially to those who are new to the game, but don't worry! Help is at hand. We have gathered here some FAQ's about teaching English to young children, with suggestions and tips from Mario Herrera.
by Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D.
Nov 30, 2008
Writing 4457 Views
10 Writing and Assessment Prompts For Students - From Abbreviation to Acknowledgment
Nov 28, 2008
TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 12641 Views
As most people find TOEIC listening Part One an easy place to pick up points and it comes at the beginning of the exam and so can give you confidence for the rest of the test, it is well worth spending some time and effort thinking about how you can get the most out of it.