This isn’t a flowery post about positivity and thankfulness. Oh, and no, I didn’t quit my job either.
The past few months of my teaching career have been quite hellish for me. 536 more words
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For every new ESL teacher, no matter how clever you are, the grammar will kill you! Seriously, this is no joke, there is another post specifically on this issue, but for today I am going to talk about ‘moments of brilliance’, that will occur in your first 6 months of teaching. 474 more words
This blog post is full of great ideas and resources.
In my first ever essay during my initial teacher training I discussed the role of the teacher, describing it as becoming ‘the facilitator of learning’. Although this is true-a good teacher must create an environment in which learning takes place and where the students can take some ownership of their own learning-I have found this hard to put into practice in the classroom. 735 more words