Teachers' lack of ESL skills prompts fears for migrant students Sydney Morning Herald A comprehensive NSW study of teacher training in multicultural education found only 27 per cent received training in teaching ESL before joining the workforce.
I've been pondering over the positive reasons for teaching in Korea for a while. I have been teaching here in Geoje – the second largest island in South Korea – for just over three months now, and have mixed opinions it ...
Japan isn’t alone in its struggles with teaching English. China and South Korea have experienced similar frustrations, but their responses and results have been quite different. It’s easy to compare the three nations because of their similarities: English is completely different from their native languages; they’ve all had limited immigration and haven’t been completely colonized by an English-speaking Western power; and all three currently share low birth rates (though China has had an only-child policy that is just starting to be relaxed). The most obvious difference between the three countries is scale. . .
The NY Times reported earlier this week on two recent studies which suggest that students nowadays have far shorter attention spans than in the past. One reason, they suggest, is the overwhelming use of technology, notably the internet. I agree. I say we need to step back and get rid of it. We need to clean out the classroom and go back to proper teaching.
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