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    Smile My Student is too good in english, but hesitant, how can i break in him

    Dear People...I am an English Teacher.. teaching spoken English to one of a 13year old boy..who is very good at English..even in spoken one but he does not speak .in public.. feel little shy.. can u help me with some methodologies and exercises through which he should start doing it ...

    I would be grateful..

    Leo.

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    Re: My Student is too good in english, but hesitant, how can i break in him

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Dear People...I am an English Teacher.. teaching spoken English to one of a 13year old boy..who is very good at English..even in spoken one but he does not speak .in public.. feel little shy.. can u help me with some methodologies and exercises through which he should start doing it ...

    I would be grateful..

    Leo.
    It's difficult to make a teenager speak. Try to find topics that really interesting him and ask him for any clarification or say something negative about a particular thing so he would feel obliged to speak to defend what he likes. Challenges usually work

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