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    How can teachers help their students to improve the standard of Enlish?

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    I feel privileged to be a member of this forum. I humbly request you to please inform me about "Hoe can I help my students best in learning English Grammar?"

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    Re: How can teachers help their students to improve the standard of Enlish?

    What age[s] are they and what are the expected outcomes of the course[s]?

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    Lightbulb Re: How can teachers help their students to improve the standard of Enlish?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    What age[s] are they and what are the expected outcomes of the course[s]?
    I was going to try to reply here as well. For me, it's a very broad and general question with any number of ways to reply. It's good to have asked a couple questions to narrow the scope.

    Here's another question: What is their level?

    And are we talking about improving and solidifying what they have already covered or moving on to new things?

    Last edited by PROESL; 25-Jul-2009 at 19:01. Reason: I added an "s" to "question" by mistake. :-((

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