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Seven Ways to Make Shy Students Talk

Seven Ways to Make Shy Students Talk

02nd August 2019

By Munaza Akhter

Assistant Professor FAST-National University

Guest Blogger

Introduction:

In language classes of 30 to 35 students it is hard to make all students talk, especially the ones who are shy to express. Shy students try to pass time by letting others’ talk. Teachers need to work out ways to ass Read more

Reading for specific details: clarifying the terminology for receptive sub-skills

Reading for specific details: clarifying the terminology for receptive sub-skills

17th July 2019

 

by Lee Mackenzie

Associate ELT-Consultant

“Reading for specifics and reading for detail is the same”, my co-tutor pleaded, taking a sip of her beer.

“I´m not sure I agree”, I replied, downing mine.

It was week three of a CELTA course. We Read more

Time doesn’t stand still for young learners’ education

Time doesn’t stand still for young learners’ education

14th June 2019

Time doesn’t stand still for young learners’ education

Wendy Arnold MA in TEYL and Samuel Buol MA in TESOL

 

Abstract

In spite of the well-documented security challenges in South Sudan since December 2013, the Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MGEI) started the implementation of their Eng Read more