All posts by Daniela Montagner

26

Jan'22

Suggestopedia meaning and message in the 21st Century

To explain Suggestopedia meaning, I’d like to go back in time, when I was 23 years old I wrote on …

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19

Jan'22

Difficult students and the importance of goal setting for students

Reluctant, difficult students seem to be in another dimension when you teach in class? You don’t need to be an …

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12

Jan'22

How to use language games like a Pro

How many times did you hear using language games in the classroom is good for learning? I can bet you …

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05

Jan'22

Learning styles and language lesson planning

How much do learning styles have an impact in planning language lessons if you want to reach all your students? …

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22

Dec'21

How to create a welcoming learning environment in the classroom

Creating the right learning environment in the classroom means promoting inclusion, helping our students to feel at ease and, eventually, …

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08

Sep'21

How to start teaching languages through drama

Let’s say you want to give your language lessons a twist. Let’s say you would like to get your students …

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01

Sep'21

Three guidelines to bear in mind when teaching English to adults

This post is dedicated to all teachers teaching English to adults, as well as to all teachers teaching any other …

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25

Aug'21

How to motivate students to learn English and any other language

All language teachers’ biggest aspiration is to inspire their students, to pass on the passion for learning a foreign language …

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18

Aug'21

Suggestopedia method advantages and disadvantages

If you are a language teacher, a linguist or a language course creator, you certainly came across Suggestopedia. Maybe this …

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11

Aug'21

The 3 things Suggestopedia method taught me about language teaching

Suggestopedia method taught me hundreds of things, not only three. For this post I picked the top three teachings that …

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04

Aug'21

How writing a lesson plan can unleash your true potential as a language teacher

Writing a lesson plan shouldn’t be nor overwhelming nor boring. Instead, writing a lesson should be a creative task that …

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28

Jul'21

Questions for training feedback after language courses

Students’ feedback matter. As a language teacher, you know this is important. If you are an independent language teacher, this …

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21

Jul'21

Where and Whom teaching language through drama

Teaching languages has changed since the pandemic started. On the one hand, students travel abroad way less than they used …

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14

Jul'21

Top 3 activities for speaking skills in the classroom

The 3 activities for speaking skills in the classroom I picked for you in this article aim at sorting out …

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07

Jul'21

Speaking games: do’s and don’ts in language teaching

Speaking games can be too challenging (even scary) for some students. Many students find it far more reassuring to hide …

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30

Jun'21

What is language acquisition and how can you take your students there?

Language acquisition is a process where people naturally absorb new language input and they develop the ability to use those …

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23

Jun'21

Strategies for dealing with challenging behaviour in the classroom

All language teachers have found themselves dealing with challenging behaviour by their students. It’s one of those situations where no …

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16

Jun'21

How to craft a corporate language training offer that stands out

Teaching languages in companies to employees (aka corporate language training) is a totally different beast to teaching in schools. When …

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09

Jun'21

Top student engagement strategies for language teachers

Engagement begins well before the lesson starts. Good language teachers actually plan and put into action student engagement strategies when …

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19

May'21

How to choose the best language learning games for your students

Language learning games can help your students to improve their skills as long as you know how to choose those …

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