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    Newbie Teacher of English for adults

    Dear Teachers,

    I am looking for any advice or resources that you would suggest for adults learning English.
    I have taught ESL for children for the past 15 years in the public school, and have been ask by our Korean Church congregation to start classes for them.
    I am concerned that some of my methods, using school house rock, and other songs would be helpful, but may seem disrespectful.
    I have searched the internet for basic pronunciation errors and feel that this would be a good place to start. Thank you for any support you are willing to provide.

    KOTESOL
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    Re: Newbie Teacher of English for adults

    Quote Originally Posted by KOTESOL View Post
    Dear ​teachers,

    I am looking for any advice or resources that you would suggest for adults learning English.
    I have taught ESL for children for the past 15 years in the at a public school, and have been asked by our Korean Church congregation to start classes for them.
    I am concerned that some of my methods, using school house rock (no comma here) and other songs, would be helpful (no comma here) but may seem disrespectful.
    I have searched the internet for basic pronunciation errors and feel that this would be a good place to start. Thank you for any support you are willing to provide.

    KOTESOL
    Welcome to the forum.

    Have a look at EnglishBanana - at first glance it might appear a little childish but it is crammed full of exercises of all kinds. I used lots of its resources with my adult students in Spain.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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