Students who are English-language learners may feel uncomfortable communicating in class, writes Marc Anderson, co-founder and CEO of TalktoCanada.com, which teaches English to students around the world using Skype, telephone or WebEx. In this blog post, he suggests teachers should encourage students to build fluency, focus on students' individual needs, offer high-interest engagement, model good communication and allow enough time for students to learn.
How to improve classroom communication among ELL students
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