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by virdi
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There is no magic pill to learn English

If you're like me ,a teacher you've probably been asked this
question by students. Now the obvious answer would
be to study. There's no magic pill you can take,
nor can you learn English through osmosis,
or by sleeping on their English book,
although I'm sure they'd like to.

Learning a language and achieving fluency is hard work.
Of course students don't want to hear that. They want you
to come up with fun, exciting, and innovative ways
to learn English. Here's a list I put together for my students.
I keep a couple copies with me and hand them out to
students who ask me how they can improve their English.
They probably already do a couple things on the list,
but try a couple new ones too. Now there are more ways
than ever to learn a foreign language.
Some people swear by on-line options
but I feel that the old fashioned is the
best.

Here are my personal ways to Improve Your English
and of course a good teacher is the main ingredient ;)
Do extra practice activities or homework outside of class.
Only speak English during class.
Try to think in English.
Read English books, magazines, journals, and websites.
Listen to English music, radio, and pod-casts.
Watch English movies with English subtitles.
Watch CNN or BBC in English.
Meet with a native English speaker and speak English.
Meet with a non-native English speaker and speak English.
Get a keypal and email them in English.
Chat on-line in English.
Keep a diary in English.
Use new English words outside of class.
Give long answers in class.
Read aloud.
Try talking to your friend or a close one in English.
Practice, Practice, Practice.
Read graded readers.
Learn 10 or less ,new English words a day.
Review the homework before a class.

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by virdi | 2015-03-13 13:34 | English Tips