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Articles in the ‘The Learner’ Section

Understanding Your Japanese Students By Andrew Moxon Teaching is without doubt one of the finest professions one can become involved in. To play a part in another’s educational growth can be rewarding on many levels. Within the hands of the classroom teacher lay the future possibilities and potential of the student. Their hopes, wishes and dreams can ...

Dealing with Chinese learners This short article would like to talk about my experience with Chinese students. In the beginning I'll mention a few characteristics about their characters and environment. After that I'll point out a few features I've noticed, more classroom related. I hope this will be of some use for those teachers dealing with ...

The Calling: An Overseas Course of Study or a Pilgrimage? By Michael Berman Something drew me to the announcement of a Conference for English Language teachers to be held in Georgia although, to be entirely honest, at that stage I did not even know where it was. I just felt that I had to go there so ...

By Orlando Mata Introduction Back in May 2008 I had the chance to enrol on the pilot of a new teacher training course which would help me prepare towards the Delta course I ended up taking in December last year: IH CAM. In this IH CAM course I was exposed to a number of areas focused methodology, ...