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    meekaaeel is offline Newbie
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    Unhappy new here in china

    hello Im new to teaching here in china as I have recently received my certification to teach EFL, but on this assignment I was placed in a system with way too many students in a classroom and the text materials are very confussing, even to the chinese teachers, who teach english. I am supposed to be teaching conversational english as stated in my contract, but i guess im also supposed to at least teach some form of structure as well.
    so how do you get around text book that are so confusing and teach these kids english thats fun, at the same time have them learn the language beyond the textbook directions.
    can anyone please give me some ideas or guide me to some type of lesson plan or print outs or even games which can address these issues.

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    Tdol is online now Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: new here in china

    Is this a representative sample of your English? If so, I would recommend sorting your language out before trying to teach it.

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