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Shimaa Ahmed's profile photoOnline English lesson per webcam with real teachers's profile photo
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Thank you very much I tried again and I could log in ,but I wanna ask you about the time I am in Egypt and I think that the time will be different in my country .
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Lisa Xue

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English teaching positions in China
location chengdu city
work visa permit
workload 25 hours  per week,two days off
private apartment, air ticket reimbursement for 5000RMB
start: Sept
requirement: Native speakers from north America, Europe

age 22-55 , BA,tesl
anyone has interest please let me know
skype sunyanzi977
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Hello everybody, 
I am so happy to join this community of teachers, and I hope we could benefit each other. 
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Trần Thăng

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hi !make a conversation to improve english skill ... 
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Meriem Sabouni

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Hello dears
would you please help me to answer the questionnaire that I send it here. It is about my research for master degree in didactics EFL.
I would be grateful if you could answer.
Have a blessed day ^_^
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Hi. I have a problem with prepositions .any information about them please.By the way Im new member.Thank you
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I do not know how to thank you.you are amazing.Thanks alot
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If you are interested in languages, I'd really appreciate it if you answered this question:

What has stopped you from learning a foreign language in the past? If you are currently learning a language, then what stops you from making progress?

Thank you very much!
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In the past ... I was shy in making mistakes because my friends will laugh at me .. Furthermore, a teacher who was only teach not educated ... Too strict
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eteachershub

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Making learners speak more during the class isn’t just a matter of “forcing” them to speak English. This requires good planning of suitable and well organized class content. Here are top 5 tips on how to improve speaking in the ESL class: 1) Minimize your Teacher Talking Time and increase Student Talking Time in the classroom. Just give simple and clear guidelines. Ask students to demonstrate through speaking that they understood the tasks; let s...
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Rebecca Hirtz

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Great site shared by a colleague
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Greg Strandberg

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These are some things I observed during my time teaching in China.

#eslteachers  
Simple ideas and facts that will help you be a better ESL teacher
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Yesterday I uploaded a video of me teaching my students 'used to'. Really it's my first time to do that, and I'm eager to listen to your comments.
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Ahlam Turk

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Hello ^-^
I'm new member .. any welcome! ♡
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Greg Strandberg

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Is that class driving you insane? Here are some tips for dealing with that, and making sure it doesn't happen again.

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Learn how to start your own online teaching business at next to no cost!
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Juanro JR

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Hi. friends i'm new in this community please help me i want a exact meaning to this sentence ( The baby swallow fly) this sentence have four meaning but i want true meaning .
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We can't translate words as words, it has context ... That's why we can perceive some meanings ... Maybe
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Jeffery Frieden

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After watching my students struggle (and by 'struggle, I mean completely and utterly fall flat) with taking a complex assignment/project and managing each piece of it step by step, I decided to shoot a video to explain it (because there just wasn't anything good on YouTube).

Here I am explaining how to plan and execute a project in 4 easy steps. I did it in one take, so it's messy, including all my awkward throat clearing. Feedback is appreciated. Leave me a comment telling me what I could add, delete, or tweak.
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Rebecca Hirtz

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When you think about some of the key features of Project-Based Learning (PBL), what do you think of? PBL should be student-driven, with a real-world connection. It should be core to learning, include structured collaboration, and have a multifaceted assessment. Giving students a real problem to solve, getting them engaged in their work, having them work with […]
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Rebecca Hirtz

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YOU are probably doing this already. Your colleagues in other content areas probably aren't. Share this with them!
Teachers of history, science, and other subjects are now expected to weave literacy instruction into their teaching of content. But how should they do that? What are the most effective ways to help students learn to read challenging content-area texts? [...]
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