How To Teach A Group Of ESL Students Who Are At Different Levels-Tips From Teachers From HAWO American Academy

Imagine walking into a class or signing on as an online teacher to work with a new classroom of ESL students.

When you get into the classroom, you quickly realize your students speak, write and read at all different levels with various cultural backgrounds, levels of education, and language differences.

A common scenario:

The first student you see is almost fluent in English, and he or she enthusiastically welcomes you.

Next, you go over to meet your next student to introduce yourself, but you notice this student looks at you with complete confusion.

You keep waiting until you realize that this student doesn’t speak a single word of English.

Does this happen? Yes, one student can speak almost fluently, and the other student doesn’t understand a word you’ve just said.

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