After the class a week ago where my students got to grips with the speaking exam and what it entails, I asked them to write down on post-it notes the advice they would give themselves the next time they try a part of the exam.
This viral video applies to teachers as well as Moms. Look at how many times kids have to fall before they can finally stand or fly or ski or skate or whatever it is that they need to do. The grit required is unbelievable to keep going.
David Corp's insight:
Bit of a slushy video but a very important point. Rather than get frustrated when your students don't make correct questions, encourage them to try again.
In the last few years I have been exploring the role of spontaneity and improvisation in teaching, and have written and spoken about it here and there (IATEFL TD Newsletters 2009/2010; ETP issue 82, 2012 (with Alan Maley); IATEFL Conference … Continue...
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