4 Reward Systems to Help Your Chinese Students Behave

Behavior management is a necessary evil when teaching. In China, it’s especially important. Many Chinese children don’t take you as seriously as they take their Chinese teachers, because you don’t speak or look like locals. You need to step up your management skills if you want your classes to run smoothly. [...]

2018-06-13T03:28:30+00:00 June 13th, 2018|Articles, Teaching|0 Comments

How to Maintain Discipline in Your ESL Classroom

Maintaining discipline in your classroom can be daunting, especially if you’re teaching a class of 50-60 kids with a limited grasp of English. If you’re a new teacher, it can be especially hard because you’re learning to teach as you go, so you may have to change your discipline measures or develop [...]

2018-05-30T02:59:25+00:00 May 30th, 2018|Articles, Teaching|0 Comments

5 English Phrases Even Native Speakers Get Wrong

If a word or phrase is spoken more than it is written, the correct spelling can be difficult to remember. This is a common problem with exclamations, e.g., whoa, aw, whoops, etc. As you might imagine, these exclamations don’t find their way into written prose all that often, and when they do, [...]

2018-05-24T08:52:44+00:00 May 16th, 2018|Articles, Teaching|2 Comments
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