The role of a teacher is to transmit to his students the knowledge he had acquired in a certain field, but is it only this? Looking into the eyes of young learners you can see how they look for a personality to follow, someone they can take also as an example, someone which … Continue reading 10 Philosophical Principles To Be Brought In The classroom
personality is the result of knowledge acquirement and this is a continuous process, a process that never ends for each of us.
We are social human beings and to obtain something in the modern world we need to communicate with others. Our communicational skills directly influence our social status, career evolution, personal relationships etc. And usually, we communicate through conversations. To go further I think it is impetuous to explain what a conversation is, the most of … Continue reading The secret that will take you anywhere
Do you remember your first teacher? This is one of the questions I like to address to my students when I test their English level, answering it, they need to talk about a third person, they need to to use adjectives and they need to place the action in past, this gives me the opportunity … Continue reading Do you remember your first teacher?
Ratings of our own abilities are strongly influenced by the performance of others…. I wonder if comparing students and their performance is appropriate in a classroom.
In a Conversational English classroom the teacher is your coach, he gives you instructions, he encourages and motivates you, but it depends only on you how well you will actually ride your English bicycle…