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    #1

    Big question

    Good morning, everybody!!!
    Well, I think that you know I'm an young English teacher, and I need to improve my English a lot, and I'm trying to do it always.
    So, today I have an important question:
    I have been teaching English for kids for three months only, and I'd like to know what are the better subjects that I should teach them?
    How can I make a good list with all the important knowledges?
    I'm worry because I don't want to forget something really important that I have to teach for my pupils.
    I'll be thankful if you can give me some tip!
    Bye!!!

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    #2

    Re: Big question

    What ages do you teach?

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    #3

    Cool Re: Big question

    Sorry for my delay, I was without net, but now it's ok.
    So, in this moment I'm teaching children are 6 to 12

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    #4

    Re: Big question

    I have never taught learners that young, so will leave it to others to answer, but there are sites specialising in young learners that may be of interest here:
    Young Learners - ESL Web Directory - UsingEnglish.com

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    #5

    Re: Big question

    Thank you so much! I'm going to look for more information

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