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Become a better ESL English teacher so that you'll get more job satisfaction, teacher better lessons, earn promotions and make sure your students are getting the best learning experience ever!
About this course:
This course teaches new and veteran ESL teachers alike how to be the best at classroom management. Using the tips and tricks found in this course, you'll be able to have a class that respects what you are doing and love the teaching that you provide.
You'll also be able to react to negative situations that might arise in your classroom and nip them right in the bud before they even get started.
Interested in becoming a better ESL teacher? Read on!
As an ESL teacher, I've tried many methods and techniques throughout the years and now I can confidently say that I know what works and what doesn't. What will get you results and what will simply leave you spinning your wheels without knowing what to do.
In this course, I will give you the answers that you've been looking for when it comes to classroom management so that you can avoid the pitfalls and frustrations that all teachers, new and veterans, go through.
This course is divided in a number of section, with multiple videos in each section. Although the main focus is on classroom management, there are also other sections relating specifically to student needs, learning styles, you as the teacher, etc. Have a look at the course curriculum below for more information.
The course is presented in easy to understand terminology and allows you, as the student, to take their knowledge of classroom management to the next level.
To watch the course videos, you will need roughly around two hours. However, as a student, you are encouraged to take an active role throughout the course, by taking down notes and more importantly, implementing what you learn in your day to day teaching.
If you believe that you are ready to take your English teaching to the next level, then this is the course for you. The content covered in the videos will ensure that you are able to go to the next level with your current teaching and improve in the areas where you are lacking.
If you're a passionate English teacher who just wants to make your students respond better to your teaching, this is the course for you. If you want to make your classes more fun and more engaging, this is the course for you.
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|Section 1: Introduction to the course|
|Section 2: Classroom Management|
How to build a learning community in 6 easy stepsPreview
7 Most common behaviour problems and how to deal with themPreview
Dealing with the defensive student
6 survival tips for multi level classes
6 need to know classroom management keys for ESL teachers
|Section 3: Classroom Time Management|
7 Simple ways to make classroom time management work
Helping students with time management
|Section 4: ESL Learning Styles|
ESL Learning styles - 9 ways to teach interpersonal learners
ESL Learning Styles - 9 ways to teach musical learners
ESL Learning styles - 9 ways to teach visual learners
ESL Learning styles - 9 ways to teach tactile kinaesthetic learners
|Section 5: Students|
Correcting student error in writing and speech - when, how and how much
Address Individual Needs - methods to target areas for growth
Are you coming back tomorrow? Addressing student attrition
9 simple tips for keeping your student motivated part 1
9 simple tips for keeping your student motivated part 2
6 fresh activities for group work
|Section 6: You as the teacher|
Becoming a better teacher - evaluate and improve teaching skills
Could you do me a favour? Relations with teacher support staff
8 ways to improve your professionalism as an ESL teacher
Dealing with overly competitive colleagues and building relations
5 types of ESL colleagues and how to get along with them
|Section 7: Conclusion|
Kevin Farrugia has been an EFL English Teacher for the last 5 years. He takes great pride in providing students with the latest and best teaching method to ensure that their English level increases drastically during their English courses.
During this time, he has taught a number of different levels of English students and he considers this to be an asset since this enable him to cater for the different learning needs of the students at different levels.
When he's not teaching, Kevin enjoys taking part in a number of different sports such as playing football and cycling. He believes that a healthy body leads to a healthy mind and it is this union that helps one to function at his or her peak.