Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson
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Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.
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Every kid needs a champion | Rita Pierson
Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, \”They don’t pay me to like the kids.\” Her response: \”Kids don’t learn from people they don’t like.’\” A rousing call to educators to believe in their students and actually connect with them on a real, human, personal level.
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Teaching English Tips: Eliciting Techniques to Teach Vocabulary Without Knowing Students’ Language
How do you teach vocabulary to your students if you don’t speak their language? You elicit! Eliciting allows you to teach any language without needing to know the language of your students.
Eliciting is all about pulling language out from students. New English language teachers often make the mistake of simply getting up in front of their classes and teaching vocabulary in a lecturestyle format. Don’t do that :) What’s worse is many teachers just translate the meaning to their students, constantly speaking in their students’ mother tongue. Don’t do that either :)
A teaching tip for vocabulary is to always elicit the meaning (and often the word) out from your students. Eliciting allows your students to participate in the learning process instead of just being fed information from you. You should be eliciting 100% of the time. Always elicit :)
Here’s a list of the different techniques used to elicit vocabulary.
You are going to use a combination of techniques depending on your word. For example, if you are teaching action verbs, miming would make the most sense. If you are teaching something that is more abstract, context/definition would be the right technique to pick
Eliciting should be fast and clear. As you get better at eliciting meaning, the whole process gets easier over time. Great English teachers are fantastic elicitors.
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Kruu Rami teaches stories about a family
Learn beginner Thai with automatic language growth and comprehensible input! In this 100% Thai only beginner lesson, Kruu Rami speaks slowly and clearly as she introduces and reinforces various vocabulary and sentence structures.
You can find Kruu Rami on Italki: www.italki.com/teacher/7950818
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