MAKING A MISTAKE in an ESL lesson – how to follow through

A great Post that every New Teacher Should Read!!!
(And also a great reminded for those of us who are no-so “new”… it would have saved me a few near heart-attacks in the early years.)

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I think most teachers, no matter how experienced they are, couldn’t say that every lesson they deliver these days is a perfect lesson. It can never be perfect because, well we as human’s aren’t perfect and those who we teach aren’t perfect either. So for any new teacher, the thought of making a mistake in the classroom in terms of delivering a lesson, can be seen as completely dreadful and the amount of self-destruction that goes down about it is way too much.

So here I want to address few common errors and what I have found it a way around it.

If you are a native speaking teacher and you are teaching students in a foreign land, chances are they are very happy about having you for a start. This will put you at a real advantage. However, if you are a non-native teacher, there…

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