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Teaching EFL in a KindergartenTeaching EFL in a kindergarten could only be described as rewarding, challenging and exhausting. Kindergarten students are of the approximate ages 5 and 6, depending on their location of schooling. Kindergarten students are egocentric, have a short attention span, energetic and high spirited. With all this in mind, teachers need to be enthusiastic and responsive to their needs and interests. When students are placed in a classroom to learn English, the students themselves may not even want to be there. At this age, they will not know the benefit of learning English and their parents may have encouraged or even forced them to learn the language. Therefore, the motivation the student has for the lessons may be at a minimal. Your job as the teacher is to provide appealing, suitable lessons to stimulate the child?s mind and interests. Kindergarten students will usually progress through the following stages as they learn English (Tabors and Snow, 1994). Firstly, they may only use their first language to converse with the teacher and the other students in the class (Tabors and Snow, 1994).The student may not comprehend that the teacher doesn?t understand what they are saying and they may become confused. At this time, the teacher needs patience and responds