Here we have a set of free second conditional worksheets for free download to help you teach this second step towards conditional mastery! If there is such a thing! The second conditional is one of the easier to teach conditionals, and because it covers the unlikely but not the impossible it can be fun as well,…
Challenges faced by second language students of English can include lack of exposure, over use of L1, unskilled teachers, no emphasis on English,
Teaching pronouns takes a little planning and a lot of catering to your students. A mixture of formal lessons, games and consolidation activities will be the best approach when teaching pronouns, but it is strongly advised to make these suitable for both the age and ability of the students you teach.
Native Japanese speakers have difficulty in learning English due to a host of factors. Differences in Written forms from Alphabet to Kanji, A lack of exposure to the English, cultural importance on language learning, grammar structures and the fluid nature of English can all cause barriers to learning.
Slavic languages such as Russian can have vastly different tongue and mouth positions when compared to English pronunciations
Bedtime stories are an underutilized way of improving a child’s reading comprehension, higher order thinking and meta cognition skills. Developing a series of simple questions will enable them to practice and develop reading skills including empathy, comparison, summarizing, and prediction skills at all ages.
Making English lessons more enjoyable for students is beneficial on a number of levels. It can be achieved by introducing new and dynamic activities, considering their interests when planning
There is no magic age to begin teaching phonics, but you should begin fostering phonological awareness as early but at an appropriate time as possible.
It is perfectly acceptable for a non native to teach English. In some situations it may even be preferable. Teachers who have experienced learning English as a second language are likely more empathetic to the potential struggles and problems of students
The key aspects of adapting the teaching of English to students with special educational needs can include, early interventions and adaptations of teaching methods, scaffolding of both instructions and tasks, quality communication between stakeholders and recognition and prevention of barriers to participation