What are you doing for English Day?

Have you started thinking about English Day this year? Remember, a successful English Day requires creative thought and planning, and your school calendar is probably starting to fill up. So if you and the rest of the English staff haven’t thought about it yet, let me help you get started. Why should we have an […]

From the Other Side of the Classroom

The best way to understand what it’s like for your students to learn a foreign language is to learn one yourself. If you’re teaching your native language, showing your students that you have made an effort to learn their language and that you speak in spite of your errors also sets an excellent example.  It’s […]

What if I make a mistake?

This week two 4th grade students came to my English group for the first time. The first thing they told me was that their English isn’t very good, and they asked if I would get mad if they made mistakes. I told them of course not, they’re here to learn, I only get mad at […]

Research Against Research

This post was inspired by the recent article More Research is Needed – A Mantra Too Far? in Humanising Language Teaching by Alan Maley, co-founder of The C Group. Judging by the length of the article and bibliography as well as the language used, Maley appears to be an experienced academic professional and researcher. Using academic methods, he claims that […]

Breaking Down the Barriers

I frequently have conversations with English teachers who ask me for advice about teaching children who hate English. The fact is, it’s almost impossible to teach anyone who refuses to learn or who doesn’t believe that they are able to learn. The first step is to show them that English isn’t scary, threatening or impossible […]

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