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Most people who’ve tried to learn a language and failed probably have traumatic memories of the “traditional language learning experience”. You probably know what that is all about: Standing up in class to speak when called on. Conjugating verbs before you know how to introduce yourself. Filling out multiple-choice tests with information crammed in your […]

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When you’re first starting learning a language, there’s an important decision to make: signing up for group lessons or choosing a private teacher, who can focus solely on you. This decision can often make or break your language learning experience, so it’s a good idea to take a moment to consider the pros and cons […]

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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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Contemporary society requires people to learn more than one language, especially since the world has become a global community due to the internet. However, writing in a second language is difficult and requires a synergy of cognitive and social processes to ensure the student writes effectively. Teachers fail to teach some of the essential writing […]

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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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