Study English at Internexus San Diego (sandiego.internexus.edu) What do you think about when you hear the word “technology”? Do you think about enormous databases, drones, or online banking? Or maybe smart TVs? Apps? Tablets? Although seemingly very different, these diverse methods and devices all fall under the category of technology. Let’s picture a classroom full
MƒA teachers from different schools, grade levels and experiences participate in a design challenge where they use miscellaneous items to create a visual representation of an outstanding teacher. (Photos courtesy of Math for America) When mathematician John Ewing started lobbying state governments to adopt a new model for keeping top teachers in the classroom, he
Study English at Internexus San Diego Today For many subjects it is useful to use Web-browsers for students to research information, but the difficulty is that students often get distracted from the original purpose or worse still they sneakily use extra browser windows to hide their personal email and games. This paper plans to outline
Introduction It is true that a person who runs is a runner, but is it also true that a person who sweats is a sweater? And if you call someone who writes a writer, would you call someone who draws a drawer? And does the fact that a teacher points to something make him or
AAIEP Every year, more than 400,000 students come to the USA to study in intensive English programs and live among native English speakers. Through its support for ethical and professional standards for intensive English programs, AAIEP promotes the well-being and educational success of its English language students. ACCET ACCET provides institutional accreditation for organisations whose primary
One of the most important class days is the first. The first day can excite students about the class, calm their fears, and set their expectations for the semester. The first day is an opportunity for the teacher to get to know and begin to evaluate students and to express expectations for the semester. Be
Level: beginner+ Practises: almost anything This classic classroom game is guaranteed to wake up the doziest of classes. It can be used for anything from learning the alphabet to revising irregular verbs. There are many variations dependent only on the teacher’s imagination. The basic idea is that the teacher covers the whiteboard randomly with words or letters.
Ah, holidays. A time most people prefer to celebrate the simple way: hopefully a few days off work to kick back, get sloshed, and spend some time with friends or family. But – with countless holidays, festivals, and various other celebrations taking place all over the world, there’s bound to be a few people who
Bad Fruit: A Shoppers’ Nightmare Level: Easy to Medium This is an oral communication activity appropriate for EFL learners in elementary/primary school. (It’s optimal for grades 3-6). This game is designed for practicing “shopping” dialogues and vocabulary. Materials: “produce” and play money. Object of Game: To accumulate as many products as possible. Students are divided
ESL Cafe is a popular resource for both students and teachers of ESL. TESOL Cafe feature videos from across the globe, as well as videos for teaching and learning English.
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