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    #1

    Props for the ESL/EFL classroom

    The use of various "props" can be effective in a number of ways: as a means of promoting conversation, as a visual tool for helping students learn grammar points, as a way of involving other, less analytical brain functions and...

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    Source: English as 2nd Language
    English as 2nd Language
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    #2
    I had a prop once. It was a teddy bear. Its name was Andy.

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