Tag Archives: Classroom Management

Error Correction & Classroom Management

Error Correction * Error – a result of faulty past learning, or attempting what is not yet or only incompletely learnt * Mistake – a performance problem; the learner knows the correct version and may well correct themselves when prompted … Continue reading

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Classroom Safety

In teaching, and especially in teaching young learners, classroom safety should be our number 1 priority. Parents are entrusting us with their children and expect them to be safe and taken care of. As professionals dealing with children, any classroom … Continue reading

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Classroom Set Up

Classroom set up: how the ESL Classroom should be set up by Kevin Burns I think one thing to strive for in your teaching, whether you teach in Toronto or Tokyo is for less teacher centered and more student centered … Continue reading

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On Being Strict

On Being Strict by John Bravo (Kansai, Japan) I teach English at a private junior,senior high school in Japan. A couple of the teachers are very strict. Probably too strict in the opinion of some of us. I`m sure these … Continue reading

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On Being an ALT in Japan Part 1

Assistant Language Teacher: This can be a great job in Japan if you are in with a good group of Japanese teachers. However a fair number of Japanese teachers it would seem, are difficult to work with. I don`t know … Continue reading

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Classroom Management

Classroom Management by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Japan) Save Planning and executing effective lessons is of course an extremely important part of teaching. The teacher should always ask themselves the following questions: * What is the objective of the … Continue reading

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