Way 3: Plan Simplified Lessons and Have a "Bag of Tricks"
When topics are too difficult, there is a big risk that students will not be motivated to learn. They may appear bored, or just quietly polite. The teacher must make lessons as simple and as comprehensible as she can. This is the biggest key to teaching English as a Second Language effectively.
Have a "bag of tricks." These are activities in the teacher's head that can be pulled out whenever necessary. Also, when teaching, use a variety of learning styles: visual, auditory, oral, kinesthetic or tactile. Since students are all unique individuals and they do not process new information in the same way, you must implement different teaching styles and strategies and you will surely be able to connect with all types of learners.
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