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    Lightbulb Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    I am an ESL teacher and have noticed that a lot of my students have trouble with prepositions. Especially when it comes to prepositions such as AT, IN, and ON. Every time we have a class, they keep making the same mistakes. It made me think of other ways to help them remember the lessons better.

    And I came up with the perfect method to do it. Easy and fun to watch Youtube videos!

    I'm still in the process of making more, but if any of you are interested, feel free to use the videos to help your students review as well. It is my hope that they can help you with your students in their English learning journey.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqquyH-JCdM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXQGXEyGK6s


    If there are specific topics that you want to see, please tell me. I would appreciate more ideas of videos that could help English teachers and learners alike.


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    Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Welcome to the forum. I have moved your post from Ask a Teacher to Teaching English.

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    Red face Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by probus View Post
    Welcome to the forum. I have moved your post from Ask a Teacher to Teaching English.

    Thank you.
    Still getting familiar with everything.

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    Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    I like your videos. I think they're well written.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Smile Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Thanks a lot for saying that!
    I'm continuously making more. Watch out for them. I hope they can be helpful to you as well.

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    Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Nice graphics.

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    Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by JCBee View Post
    If there are specific topics that you want to see, please tell me. I would appreciate more ideas of videos that could help English teachers and learners alike.
    I'd like to see you do more on prepositions of place (under/over/behind/in front of/on top of/etc.)

    I'd be more than happy to advise you with the writing, if you need it.

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    Smile Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Thank you :)

    Feel free to suggest video ideas or areas of improvement.

    By the way, do you think the music is too fast that it would distract students from concentrating?
    I intended to use faster-paced music in order to keep the brain active, but there was a feedback that it can be distracting to some.
    What do you think would be best?

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    Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by jutfrank View Post
    I'd like to see you do more on prepositions of place (under/over/behind/in front of/on top of/etc.)

    I'd be more than happy to advise you with the writing, if you need it.

    Thank you. That's really kind of you. I'll be sure to make more videos on it.

    Feel free to suggest video ideas or areas of improvement.

    By the way, do you think the music is too fast that it would distract students from concentrating?
    I intended to use faster-paced music in order to keep the brain active, but there was a feedback that it can be distracting to some.
    What do you think would be best for the student?

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    Re: Hey Teachers! I'm also a fellow teacher and I need your advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by JCBee View Post
    By the way, do you think the music is too fast that it would distract students from concentrating?
    No, I don't think so.

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