The Use of Games in the Classroom

For decades people have been using games as a tool to teach new languages, this happens because game sets can be used for different purposes, achieving different levels of knowledge with students. Even though games usually have their focus directed to communication, they can also be used to improve the other English skills: listening, writing, … Continue reading The Use of Games in the Classroom

Rapport, a Paramount Tool for Your Classroom

Have you ever heard about rapport? If not, after reading this text you will never forget about this meaningful word. Rapport illustrates the idea of an interpersonal relationship in which you can relate to other people in communication. In other words, we may define rapport as harmony, empathy, and connection between teacher and student in … Continue reading Rapport, a Paramount Tool for Your Classroom

The Importance of Keeping Classroom Notes

We have all had that time when we planned a lesson and thought to ourselves it would be a fantastic class, with students working around, discussing and very excited about the subject. However, it turns out that it does not quite work out as we had imagined and sometimes we may feel frustrated about it. … Continue reading The Importance of Keeping Classroom Notes