These posts focus on the habits of great teaching; not one-off strategies but the things we do every day.
- Subtitle 1: The thrill of the chase.
- Subtitle 2: No struggle; no learning
- Subtitle 3: Beware the Buzz that drowns the Fuzz. (I made that up.)
How do you know that a lesson is a great lesson? Sometimes as you enter a classroom, or even before you open the door, you detect a buzz of activity; the students are busily engaged in discussion or group work trying to solve a problem or work out the grammar rules; they might be excitedly getting stuck into their practical work or setting up the apparatus for their experiments. It might be that a student is standing at…
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