Daily Archives: August 28, 2018

Get your Students Speaking 100% English Part 2

TEFL Training Get your students Speaking 100% English TEFL Training — Get your students speaking 100% English From TEFL training to Page One of this article by David Martin 5. Explain that real communication opportunities arise after they say “finish” … Continue reading

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How to get your Students to Speak 100% English

Teaching English to Japanese Teaching English to Japanese — How to get your students to speak 100% English by David Martin This paper is written primarily for teachers who have unmotivated to semi-motivated students and want (more than anything) for … Continue reading

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ESL: Getting into the Head of a Child

The ESL Teacher & Personal Construct Psychology by Kevin Burns ESL Teacher & Personal Construct Psychology – What are the implications for the classroom? I attended an ETJ Conference in Tokyo and David Paul asked this question during his lecture: … Continue reading

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Teaching University Students ESL in Japan

University Students ESL by Kevin Burns One thing to keep in mind about Japanese university students, is that their agenda may not match yours. For four years, they are expecting to have fun, make new friends, and learn–and probably in … Continue reading

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Berlitz English School in Japan

Berlitz English Schools has branches all over Japan. One of the Largest Language School Chains in the World Berlitz English School – Teach English in Japan! Founded in 1878 by Maximilian Berlitz in the USA. Berlitz teaches through the direct … Continue reading

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Some Big English Schools in Japan

“I’m happy that my thoughts and insights… help folks. Really, that’s what teaching is all about…being there and encouraging students and perhaps changing their attitudes. This tends to be forgotten in all the presentations, articles, methods, etc. It is a … Continue reading

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English Land Textbooks

English Grammar for Kids English Grammar for Kids, how can you teach it? I feel the English Land series of textbooks does a good job of teaching grammar through context. Plus this series of books draws the children in with … Continue reading

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Methods in teaching English Movie Projects

Methods in teaching English Movie Projects: Go to the first part of this article by Kevin Burns Then I can either show the movies that they`ve chosen, or get an idea of the genres they enjoy. During the term we … Continue reading

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Teaching English through Film

TEFL Teacher Training Teaching English through Film TEFL Teacher Training, How to teach English through Film. Why teach through film? by Kevin Burns Movies expose students to natural English, and give students an eye into foreign cultures. Learning through movies … Continue reading

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Teaching English TEFL

Part-Time Teachers: The Unsung Heroes Of EFL Teaching in Japan by Thomas Anderson (Kanto, Japan) As a language teacher for nine years and a university instructor for sixteen years, I’ve noticed that the image of the part-time instructor here has … Continue reading

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