During my more than ten years of teaching experience in China, I noticed that most of my students were facing obstacles in attaining competence in the English language despite studying for more than six to ten years.
As an educator, I was motivated to seek effective means to help the Chinese students in general and my own in particular in handling the challenges of mastering the language.
After talking with my students and discussing the issue with Chinese as well as foreign English teachers, I came up with the following suggestions to guide them toward gradually but certainly achieving fluency in the English language:
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This is a very good article!!! I agree 110% I attempted similar to this with a high school class I was teaching. Some students actually tried what I was asking. Others complained to their parents who complained to the school master who complained to me. I was told that this was not according to Chinese culture and I did not need to bring this teaching to the classroom.
Jun 03, 2015 18:45 Report Abuse