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A teacher has great responsibility to prepare the students for the real world. All those lessons and assignments may seem irrelevant, but they are important pieces of the puzzle. When it comes to essay writing, most students don’t understand how they would use that skill later on. However, that’s the skill that prepares them for […]

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Teaching is incredibly different around the world. Different educational institutions and countries have a much more diverse system than the one you’ve been studying in, while others face student problems you thought ceased to exist everywhere. Because of this, the world is working hard on overcoming the problems college students face. They introduce technology in […]

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There are two types of English teachers in this world; a Native English Speaking Teacher (NEST) and a non-Native English Speaker Teacher (nNEST). The former speaks English as their mother tongue, while the latter learned it, overcoming the same learning challenges you’re struggling with now. So, today Marek from TEFL Equity Advocates is explaining the […]

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In the first part of this post, we covered what problems you can expect when dealing with a multi-level classroom and some strategies you can adopt to make life easier for yourself. However, differing language levels are not just an obstacle in a class, you can also use them to turn your lessons into fruitful […]

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Teaching a whole language class as opposed to a private student or two is challenging enough as it is, even without your students’ language levels varying greatly. However, multi-level classrooms are more common than you might think. Even if you teach at a language school with students whose language levels have been thoroughly assessed, everyone […]

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