Monthly Archives: May 2014

Teaching English Abroad: Advice for Teachers and Lessons Learned at Washington English Center by Devin Foil

Former Volunteer Devin Foil sharing Thanksgiving with his Chinese students I teach English at in the little town of Pengshan, China. Whether or not my students are English majors, keeping them engaged is the priority and the challenge. The hands-on experience … Continue reading

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Effective Lesson Planning and Delivery with Your Co-teacher

Weren’t able to make the session on co-teaching on Saturday, May 3 at Washington English Center? Here are some ideas to plan and deliver lessons effectively with a co-teacher. By Ashley Lipps Co-teaching is when two teachers take a substantive role … Continue reading

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Exciting Technology and Websites for ESL Learners!

At a recent WATESOL workshop, Becky Shiring, an Instructional Coach at Carlos Rosario International PCS, shared some new,  interesting and innovative websites to help engage students. The following sites use audio, visual, reading comprehension, and creative mediums to help students … Continue reading

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