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Up-to-date information for ESL teachers in Taiwan on how to do a health check at Renai Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan. Updated November 2019.
Teaching vocabulary can be a challenge for new teachers. Most are quick to assume that once a new word has been taught, it has also been learned and will be remembered. Most new teachers don’t realize vocabulary needs to be continuously recycled. Students will likely forget vocabulary if they don’t encounter these words on a […]
1. Speak clearly, slowly and distinctly. 2. Manage your class effectively. It’s important to establish and enforce classroom rules, but remember that it’s also important to have fun with your students. If you’re having fun, they’re having fun. My students are much more responsive and willing to participate when they are having a little bit […]