10 Surefire Tips for Motivating ESL Learners
The vast majority of teachers have limited knowledge of how to work with English as a Second Language (ESL) learners, also called English Language Learners (ELLs), but at some point in their career almost all teachers will have a student whose native language is not English. Engaging with ESL learners does not have to be an uphill battle — in fact, it should be an enriching experience for the teacher, the ESL learner and the rest of the class.
experience of English teaching and Internet consulting to discuss the future of English teaching as the world enters an increasingly digital age. This article was written for English teachers who have a growing sense that the Internet is becoming more and more important for their professional careers. It tells them why the Internet is important to their profession, what they can expect in the years to come, and how they can prepare themselves as English teachers in the digital age.