Teaching in China might seem like a daunting task. Learn from my experience in more than four years teaching in China. I’ve learned some techniques that work, and also some that do not work. This miming game was always a hit.
Getting the students interested in the lesson right off the bat can be a difficult thing to do. A better method is to allow the students time to greet each other and get to know each other. This question-asking activity help facilitate that process.
Both new and experienced teachers have their own way of sharing knowledge. There are tips and strategies which are generally accepted as constructive in the classroom. This article describes a few strategies which will surely help you out.
Feeling confident about your knowledge of Japanese particles? Time to review your knowledge and see how well you understand this aspect of Japanese grammar. The second page provides the opportunity to review your knowledge of basic Japanese Kanji.
Ever felt puzzled by written Japanese sentences? There’s a logic present in Japanese sentences and being able to identify the key elements will make reading Japanese a whole lot easier. This article will explain how to do just that.