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Teaching Kids vs Adults: Strategies, techniques, and tips for teaching ESL learners of various ages
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Teaching Kids vs Adults: Strategies, techniques, and tips for teaching ESL learners of various ages

Teaching English as a foreign or second language to adults and children requires vastly different approaches to support each age group’s learning journey. As an ESL educator, it’s crucial to understand these distinctions to create effective learning experiences for each age group. In this blog, we’ll outline strategies, techniques, and tips for teaching learners of…

Top Five Virtual Classroom Platforms
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Top Five Virtual Classroom Platforms

This month weโ€™ll talk about your options for Virtual Classroom Platforms, including MUST HAVE and unnecessary factors. Iโ€™m so delighted to welcome back industry expert, Allison Winzurk of Edudaptable, to take your questions. Mark your calendars for Tuesday 24 May at 13:30 BST. I’ll also be detailing my current TOP FIVE best Virtual Classroom Platforms…

NEW co-browsing platform & HUGE voucher code: Welcome RemoteHQ!
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NEW co-browsing platform & HUGE voucher code: Welcome RemoteHQ!

Seamless interactivity in Crystal Clear ESL lessons using the NEW RemoteHQ co-browser is finally here! Students can finally click, grab and drag over their iPads and other touchscreen devices. RemoteHQ offers an intuitive, stable solution for students of any age, from any location worldwide! Check out my exclusive backstage tour of the platform with founder,…

Website Walkthrough video
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Website Walkthrough video

A backstage walkthrough of the dashboard and members’ lesson library at Crystal Clear ESL, including teaching tips. Enjoy answers to the following questions: How to log in; Where to find lesson material; How to assess new students’ levels; What is available and what is in production; How to ‘stream’ lessons over your choice of virtual…

Teaching ESL Phonics

Teaching ESL Phonics

Teaching Phonics to ESL learners is very different to teaching to Native English ones. For starters, beginner level ESL students usually won’t have a wide foundation of English vocabulary to draw from, so they’ll be learning sounds and blending them into words before they actually know the meanings of those words. For NES this works…