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Teaching EFL in a KindergartenWhen teaching English in a kindergarten a teacher needs to be very patient. The children learn a lot from repeating, so at times you can feel like a stuck record. You must always use the same language for objects and instructions you wish the children to follow. Instructions should be animated with gestures and demonstrated by the teacher. Actions and facial gestures are very important. When giving instructions to the children as well as always using the same spoken language you should use the same gestures and body language. Children this young are visual learners everything needs to be big, bright and fun. It is also important that children are taught English using topics and situations they are familiar with, or that they have experienced. Myself, My family, My House, Animals, My School, Food etc. Each child is an individual with a different way and level of learning, just like adults and you must remember this when teaching young children. One child?s pace is different to the next child?s pace. Also some children may have two other languages as well as English. Mum may speak Spanish and Dad my speak German. These children tend to speak English later than a child who a child who has one other