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As educators I know that any and all caring professionals go above and beyond the call of duty when working with students. Yet for some students no matter how much we push, or how much we reward, or how much we reprimand, or how much we encourage they simply do not respond. There are students out there who do not have the intrinsic motivation to do well nor do they have the push from home demanding they perform. These are the hardest kids to reach. There
This article has two main aims: to give teachers a variety of strategies for dealing with grammar in the classroom to explore ways of approaching grammar outside the classroom
What's the best way to acquire a second or third language? I'll give you a hint. It's not watching The Simpsons in Spanish!
For a moment, let's forget about any foreign language you may be learning; I would like to ask you a question, and I want you to give an immediate answer in your own mother tongue.
HUNCH, KNACK and GUMPTION We have lost the gift for being curious. And inventing our ad hoc curiosities while studying a foreign language is a rewarding but exacting task.
Literature is intellectually stimulating because a book allows a reader to imagine worlds they are not familiar with. This is done through the use of descriptive language. In order to understand, the reader will create their vision of what the writer is saying. In this sense, the reader becomes a performer or an actor in a communicative event as they read.