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    Teaching an Elementary learner

    ok, I have recently started teaching and I have this adult student that she barely knows english and I am not going to teach her like the other learners.
    I was wondering if you could introduce me an innovative english book?!
    Thank You

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    Re: Teaching an Elementary learner

    Quote Originally Posted by Me.kmt View Post
    ok, Not a good way to open a post. Try "Hi/Hello/Good morning/afternoon/evening".

    I have recently started teaching and I have this an adult student that she who barely knows English and so I am not going to be able to teach her like the other learners.

    I was wondering if you could introduce me an innovative English book? ?!

    Thank you.
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please note my corrections to your post above, marked in red. If you are an English teacher, you need to be aware that learners on this forum will assume that everything you write is correct. Therefore, you need to make sure that your posts contain very few errors (preferably no errors).

    Why do you need an innovative English book? You simply need a book for complete beginners. Are you teaching your other students from a particular course book?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Teaching an Elementary learner

    Quote Originally Posted by Me.kmt View Post
    I am not going to teach her like the other learners.
    What is your intention here, then?

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