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1.  Research grammatical structures that are challenging for English learners.  Chose only one or two per session for participants to focus on, practice and perfect. 2.  Always model an activity first, i.e. show by example what you expect the participants to do or Read more…


1.  Start a class by reviewing challenging vocabulary or vocabulary necessary for the task/discussion.  More advanced participants can improve their pronunciation while beginners expand their vocabularies. 2.  The facilitator should circulate through the room when pairs/groups are working on a task.  Offer encouragement, be available Read more…

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