There’s no denying that the classroom is changing, especially the English as a Foreign Language classroom. Gone are the days of the traditional teacher standing at the blackboard, explaining concepts at length to EFL students who listen politely and take down copious notes (or not!). This is most definitely a good thing, as it is …

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I have been traveling and teaching ESL abroad ever since I graduated university. This life choice has taken me around the world and allowed me to experience cultures and meet people that I did not know existed.

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  1. An easy way to accomplish this is by allowing the students to be teachers. Of course we’re not suggesting your students take over your job so you can relax at the back of the classroom, but you can easily set up activities which involve your students teaching content you’ve already taught. In other words, they are not teaching new information, they are teaching for revision purposes.


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