General Lesson Advice from Spanish Teacher Antonio Alegret

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    Naty

    I totally agree on the fact that we as teachers must pay attention to every detail from the students so we can come up with different ideas that will help them to improve the target language. 

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    Iván (Edited )

    I loved your article. Thanks for sharing Antonio!

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    Catherine Escobar (Edited )

    Thanks for the advice, I have a student and we can't connect yet, I'm going to find what he loves and I'll make special classes for him. 

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    Selena

    Its kind of interesting what you say, I had also an experience with a teenager, he was 15 and he would turn on his camera but point it to the sealing and I was feeling a little rejected, I also talked to his parents about what was happening during the classes but at the end, one day I started talking about food, because I was trying to do an activity about our daily routines, and what we have in common. so it was interesting because since that day he just got super engaged! We were having the classes , obviously grammar and pronunciation activities, but with having the food topic. I had to do some researching about it, but then, we had a connection and he was telling me other things that he was interested on, and now I can tell that he's one of my best students, and also we have been working for a year now.

    in conclusion I just think that its important not to give up, and trying to have different topics for conversations. 

     

    I hope my success Story gives you a little more ideas for your classes :) 

     

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