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TEFL how to record student improvement objectively

A big problem in Teaching English as a foreign language is recording/proving/stating how a student has achieved improvement in their language output in an objective manner. It is often the case that a teacher can say to a student/their students, … Continue reading

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Play as development: Vygotsky and teaching English to adults

I was reviewing an old notebook and came across the following quotation taken from L. S. Vygotsky’s Mind in Society. Could one suppose that a child’s behavior is always guided by meaning, that a preschooler’s behavior is so arid that … Continue reading

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