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Why students avoid modal verbs and why they shouldn't

Modals have to be taken more seriously. However, ESL students may not understand their true purpose. Therefore, as teachers, we must strive to convince them that modals are essential and we can use them in our daily lives to express ourselves. Students should not hate...

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How To Motivate Adult Learners

 6 methods of motivation

 

They say learning is a never-ending process however as we progress in years our learning methods change. Unlike children who have no experience and depend on their teacher’s knowledge, adults have the life experience to draw on...

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Nursery rhymes for adults

A Commentary on "Nursery Rhymes Are for Adults" by Glenn G. Dahlem, Ph.D.

 

Intro to the article

The doctor begins his explanation of nursery rhymes by bringing us back to what they really are to native speakers, a nostalgic look at our early childhood. When we...

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How to lead a healthy lifestyle while working as an online teacher

Online teaching, while being fun, is no piece of cake – working across different time zones can feel like a virtual jet-lag, and achieving work-life balance may be hard to come by. Proper self-care can help beat burnout and keep you rejuvenated.

 

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Online teaching apps: must-haves and nice-to-haves

 

Congratulations!

You've had that ‘AHA!’ moment where you have realized your worth, and you feel ready to put your potential to the test. Starting your own ESL business can be quite daunting as there are literally thousands of software programs...

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Teaching English Pronunciation Online

As online ESL teachers, we often find ourselves adapting to the needs of the students in order to create custom-made lesson plans.  I believe one of the most difficult types of lessons to create from scratch can be pronunciation lessons.

Not only would you have to...

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