We all know that Brazilian students usually hate studying grammar, even in Portuguese. Maybe it is because they find it difficult to understand the real uses of those abstract nomenclatures that are given in their mother language, or just because it is boring for them to analyze structures over and over again. The fact is … Continue reading Making Your Class More Engaging with Kahoot!
by Henrick Oprea, BRAZ-TESOL President "Being a teacher," they say, "is not something that will allow you to make a living." This is probably a sentence that many teachers (not, this is not only said to English teachers) have heard when they announced to the world that they wanted to work in education as teachers. … Continue reading The Challenges of Being an EFL Teacher in Brazil (and the Joys)