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Jaq



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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 12:11 pm    Post subject: Teaching young Chinese Adults Reply with quote

Has anyone had any trouble trying to teach English to young Chinese adults? I did. And after a long and hard slog at getting my students engaged, I've finally come up with the right formulas. If you are interested, check out www.jaqsESLlessons.weebly.com and let me know if you also have success - I'd really be interested to know.
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silencedobetter



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Location: Taiwan

PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2014 6:41 am    Post subject: Re: Teaching young Chinese Adults Reply with quote

Jaq wrote:
Has anyone had any trouble trying to teach English to young Chinese adults? I did. And after a long and hard slog at getting my students engaged, I've finally come up with the right formulas. If you are interested, check out www.jaqsESLlessons.weebly.com and let me know if you also have success - I'd really be interested to know.


Thanks for the information Jaq. Should be an interesting read.
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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2014 7:42 am    Post subject: Re: Teaching young Chinese Adults Reply with quote

Jaq wrote:
Has anyone had any trouble trying to teach English to young Chinese adults? I did. And after a long and hard slog at getting my students engaged, I've finally come up with the right formulas. If you are interested, check out www.jaqsESLlessons.weebly.com and let me know if you also have success - I'd really be interested to know.


Maybe you can also find this article helpful: http://goldstarteachers.com/working-teenagers/
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