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In this blog post, we will consider some of the organizational and pedagogical differences that we should be aware of when teaching Monolingual and Multilingual classes. Both bring their own potential advantages and disadvantages to us as teachers, that we should be aware of.

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Let’s change the game by giving a higher immersion of English to your ESL students without going to an English-speaking country to obtain more vocabulary, pronunciation, and speaking practice.

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In this blog, we will look at some general do's and don'ts when teaching young learners. These ideas will cover general classroom management and class dynamics, giving a range of useful advice

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In this blog post we will consider how we need to adjust to teaching a single (one-to-one) student. Methods and techniques will need to be somewhat different from teaching a class where student to student interaction is available.

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Do you want to work as a teacher? These 7 tips to prevent confusion for your students will make a huge difference in your classroom!

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In this blog post, we discover the world of teaching English for Specific Purposes, in short ESP.

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If you are a teacher of English as a foreign language, this article is perfect for you! Read on to find out more about different learning styles and the multiple intelligences theory in the ESL classroom.

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Assessments are at the heart of the goals of deliberately and effectively helping students in the acquisition of subject-specific information and skills, conceptual understanding, and the development of learning approaches.

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One of the most valuable resources to have in life is an educated mind. In this last decade, the educational world was and still is constantly evolving, especially with the rise of technology and a pandemic stricken worldwide that is influencing millions of people’s educational growth.

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Nepotism, known as “wasta” in the workplace, is common in the Middle East, especially in the private sector. Personally, this area of common practice was unknown and unheard of to me as I come from a system of being recruited through the normal steps of applying for a job, being selected for an interview, and then being hired based on my experience knowledge, and skills.

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