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  • Teaching the English Alphabet to Children - Books  --  Songs  --  Teaching Elements  --  Names and Sounds  --  Uppercase and Lowercase  --  Shapes and Sounds Teach letter names in lowercase and uppercase. This helps children recognize and familiarize themselves with the shapes. …
  • Children’s Learning Problems and Suggestions for Helping Them - Wherever you are teaching, it’s likely that you have one or two children who disrupt the class or are withdrawn from the group. These students require extra teacher time. They …
  • Tips for Building Confidence in Young Children - Let’s assume you’re teaching rhyming words to your ESL class. Some of the children are interested in your rhyming words lesson but others aren’t participating. Perhaps they are shy, frightened …
  • Teaching Reading Comprehension to Beginners - Teaching reading comprehension to beginner English as a Second Language (ESL) students can be challenging, but with the right approach, it can be fun and very effective. Here are some …
  • ESL Student Teachers Ready to Start their First Job - You have arrived at the location of your new English second language teaching position. Your first class of teens and adults begins tomorrow morning. You’re feeling nervous, excited and a …
  • Future Progressive Tense – Free Teaching Activity - We will try to give you some grammar practice questions that don’t make you shudder! If you find learning about the future progressive tense difficult, you are not alone; we …
  • English Test for Beginners – with full Audio - English Quiz for BeginnersListen and type the number of the correct answer.There are 10 questions. (1 mark each)You are doing well if your mark is 8 or higher.1. Your friend …
  • Motivating Young Children to Learn English - Motivating Children in Difficulty or Boring Subjects Let’s assume that the children have had time to settle into the classroom environment and that you are ready for them to begin …
  • How to Improve your Teaching - Many languages of the world are regular in the way that they are structured. This makes English grammar very difficult for thousands of students whose first language follows a consistent …
  • Maintaining Students Interest in the EFL ESL Classroom - When we at Successful ESL first started teaching ESL classes, one of the very first things that we learned was the alarming student drop out rate, even when you have a good curriculum. There …