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Category Archive: Teaching Speaking
In India, employers, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), NCF (National Curriculum Framework), many tertiary institutions and schools, and the … Read on
This is a revised and shortened version of an earlier post. I recently wrote a textbook for the state of … Read on
Pre-service teachers hear a lot of terms for describing lesson planning. They might be told to divide lesson plans by … Read on
As I said in the last post on learning Gujarati, I’ve been trying to learn the script because I need … Read on
It’s Gujarat Day and I had a chance to spend some time learning the language. I can’t say I’ve made … Read on
English language learners are often confused about whether to use the present or the past participle. Here are some ways … Read on
One of the best students I ever had was Rosie… not her real name… because she’s not a real person… … Read on
In 2008, I taught low level speaking and pronunciation classes to a wonderful group of Korean military men. They were … Read on
Although I’m a huge proponent of Jenkin’s Lingua Franca Core ideas and a view of English as a World English … Read on
Teachers sometimes wonder if students can benefit from using the IPA when learning a new language. Some think it’s too … Read on