All posts by Daniela Montagner

24

Feb'21

Dyslexia in the foreign language classroom

Multiskilled classrooms are a day-to-day reality the majority of language teachers deal with. Unless you are qualified for teaching dyslexic …

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17

Feb'21

How to overcome language barriers

Language teachers’ main job consists in working out how to overcome language barriers and in implementing winning strategies accordingly. That’s …

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10

Feb'21

How to create English speaking environment in school

How to create English speaking environment in school? More general-wise, how to create language-rich environment in any language classroom? The …

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03

Feb'21

Using drama to teach English and all languages made easy

Many language teachers are familiar with using drama to teach English as well as other foreign languages. Nevertheless, some teachers …

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27

Jan'21

Activities to engage students with new vocabulary in second language classrooms

What are the techniques for introducing new vocabulary in language lessons? This article gives a clear framework and ideas to …

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20

Jan'21

103 questions for sparking engagement in your language classes

Striking up true conversations within language lessons can be challenging, if you don’t know how to do it. If that …

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13

Jan'21

How to get students to speak and engaged in online language lessons

Whether classes are in person or online, many language teachers’ main challenge is about how to get the students to …

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06

Jan'21

How to plan the perfect 1-year language by drama course

Many topics to cover, tons of ideas, a number of drama exercises you would like test out. Where to start …

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30

Dec'20

How to plan the perfect language lesson

Throwing together a bunch of exercises can be a strategy if you are really in a rush and you ran …

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23

Dec'20

How to give feedback in language lessons to boost engagement

Not sure about how to give feedback in your language lessons to boost engagement and to get your students to …

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16

Dec'20

Top 5 strategies for getting students to speak and engaged in language lessons

Isn’t it frustrating when you spend hours planning foreign language lessons supposed to get your students to speak and engaged, …

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06

Nov'19

Drama exercise of the month: basic improvisation

Tonnes of games, but no idea of how to fit them in your lessons Frankly speaking, when I created Learn …

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29

Oct'19

What to start with if you feel uncomfortable in teaching through drama

The biggest fear of those teachers who don’t have a solid experience in teaching through games and drama is to …

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23

Oct'19

The 7 types of drama exercises for teaching languages

Do you know when you feel like introducing some consistent drama work in your language lessons but you haven’t got …

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10

Oct'19

Does learning languages through drama mean playing drama scripts?

‘That is the question’, Hamlet would say. That is THE question I asked myself when I began to develop an …

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12

Jun'18

Mr MoJo’s diary: adventures to read for learning English is back

Here is the second episode of the series of stories for you to read and that will help you to …

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14

Feb'18

Mr MoJo’s diary: adventures to read for learning English

Reading is definitely the thing to do when you learn English and want to enrich your vocabulary. Here is a series of …

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12

Sep'17

Why frustration is a friend in learning English

Students, teenagers, professionals, teachers, parents, sons and daughters. To me, they are just people. People who wish to improve their …

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16

Aug'17

Make it hot! Why warm-ups are great for a good English speaking course

Why do we always start the lessons of our English speaking course with some good warming up? Is it just …

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10

Jul'17

English speaking course makes your imagination grow

It is amazing how people let their creativity flow when they feel free to express themselves in a foreign language, …

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