This is the second in a series of three videos on stress and intonation, giving a brief overview of sentence stress and some practical ideas to use to practise it in class. If you like this, look for other teacher training videos and a 'grammar for language teachers' course at www.elt-training.com
In much the same way a small flake of snow eventually turns into an avalanche, I think a teacher’s – and a learner’s – progress can be somewhat likened to that gradual yet ferocious process of development. This week, a feedback session on eliciting vocabulary led to reading an article on in-class feedback, which led to…
As teachers and learners, we all expect different things from learning and teaching. Some learners expect language-heavy courses, full of grammar and with lots of teacher explanation. Others anticipate a more social learning approach, where they play with the language and acquire it through practice, practice and practice. Whatever the style you take or whatever…
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