Building Unity to Promote Learning in an ESL Classroom

One of the keys to a classroom like mine is that there will be a lot of group work. Peer cooperation plays a big role in my style.

My teaching style is communicative. That is that my style is focused on getting students to use the language. I like to have a loud class. Quiet does not mean learning to me. I focus my lessons on getting students to speak to each other. I hear myself speak a lot, so I like to hear the many accents of my classroom. Continue reading Building Unity to Promote Learning in an ESL Classroom

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You’re Powerful

You say that you have no voice –
Yet, millions recite lyrics to your music

You say that you’re invisible –
Yet, millions immolate your style

You say nobody listens to what you have to say-
Yet, millions copy your dialect and slang and how you use it.

You say that you have no role models –
Yet, millions strive to be like you, all the while

You say that you have no power –
Yet, you influence millions, everyday.

You say you want a change?

Then look inwardly, because you have all the weapons to become the change that you want to see.

– Will Huff

 

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