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The activation phase is naturally divided into some steps to facilitate the activation process, including the controlled, semi-controlled, and free practices that are briefly discussed in this post.

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This blog post is a suggested procedure that can be taken into account while teaching productive skills after the engagement phase is applied and learners are ready to start the study phase.

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This article talks about the question "Which is better: Native vs. Non-native Speaking EFL Teachers?"

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This article talks about the question: Do We Consider Multiple Intelligences in the English Classroom?

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This article covers the topic of supporting neurodiverse English language learners in the online world.

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Here are some fun ESL preschool themes that you can apply in every classroom to make your lessons more fun and interactive.

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Changes in school are a very common situation, especially during these days when there is so much uncertainty in society—for instance, the pandemic situation, the economy, etc. We have experienced a lot of changes in school, including school suspension, online teaching, teaching during the pandemic, etc. In this post, I will outline how to cope with changes and what you can do to have a successful change in school.

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Here are some easy and effective ways how to keep English fun by diversifying your EFL lessons.

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The study stage, when the teaching is actually done, is the second phase of a straight-arrow ESA lesson plan. What needs to be taught in this stage depends on the course content and the source the teacher is expected to cover through a specific period.

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What does teaching mean to you? Do you have a great passion for it? This post is to all the great teachers out there making a difference in their students' lives.

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