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    What is the recent trends or methods in teaching English ??

    and ,,How can I motivate student to pay more attention in learning

    English??


    thank you ,,,,

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    What are your ideas on the topics?

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    Hi again

    I don't know the answers
    so I'm asking you all English teachers

    thank you,,,

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    We don't answer assignment questions, so you must start things off by putting your ideas. We will discuss things, but we don't do assignments for people.

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    Hi again
    sorry but this isn't an assignment ,
    I'm just asking about new methods which will help me in my application of
    teaching , new trends or techniques that attractive students to the lesson

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    woww... :D
    there are a lot of new trend and technics, like the online teaching or lot of way of autodidact learning...
    please refine your question...

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    Quote Originally Posted by jamescarter1944 View Post
    woww... :D
    there are a lot of new trend and technics, like the online teaching or lot of way of autodidact learning...
    please refine your question...
    yeah, there are a lot of these sites, the only problem is one does not know, which one to choose..... also I am not convinced about the effectivity of learing this way

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    We're in a period where things are very fluid and many don't follow methods but choose what they like and think will work with their students. What method[s] are you currently using?

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    I think, the best way is, if you search a teacher, and try new things with her/him.
    If you want to learn for ex. online, you try it with your long been known teacher.

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    Re: recent trends in Teaching E

    One (apparently) new method I've heard is the idea of making your students wait for 3 seconds after presenting some new vocab before they repeat it. Apparently, it makes them more likely to get the correct pronunciation than just repeating it straight up. I haven't tried it myself, but I intend to. I've seen someone doing it though, and it takes a bit of training to get your students to remember not to speak until you say so. Has anyone tried this? What did you think?

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