Free TESOL Articles by Accredited Teacher Trainers July 16, 2013

Teach English Using Movies, TV Shows, and Online Videos

Teaching English with movies Teach English with video! Use video to teach any topic to students of all ages. Videos are one of the richest authentic materials because of the context, visuals, sounds, and variety of themes they provide. This free article will look at seven ESL activities and tasks that students can complete before, during, and after watching a video.

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November 3, 2012

TESOL South Korea: Using the Communicative Approach in an Education System Driven by Rote Memorization and Confucianism

TESOL South Korea Communicative Approach The education levels that a person attains in South Korea can have an enormous impact on his/her job prospects, so getting into a good university can open doors to job opportunities that simple do not exist for less educated people. This translates to a culture that puts pressure on students as young as 6 years old to perform well in school.

Rote Memorization – TESOL South Korea

What exactly are the students learning in these incredibly competitive classes? They learn facts. The Korean education system is based on a decades old system of rote memorization that is applied to every subject. Math, Society, Korean, History, Geography; all of the ten or so subjects that a student must take in elementary and middle school are taught by rote memorization.

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