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Teaching and learning foreign languages: problems, solutions, strategies


This group has been created for sharing any relevant experience, discussing any problems and challenges that you or your students have ever faced, offering methods and strategies that can make the learning or teaching process more effective!
Topics: Educational Technologies, Learning, Self-Instruction
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The 16 Best Resources for Teaching a Foreign Language

According to infoplease, there are more than 6,500 languages spoken in the world, each with its own unique culture and way of thinking and communicating. As globalization barrels forward, learning a foreign language becomes ever more important and beneficial for students. However, learning another language is difficult; if you are a foreign language teacher, how can you make the process easier and more enjoyable for your students? The following resources may help.

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All You Need to Know about Language Certificates

Since there are several certificates out there, this article gives an overview. Depending on the universities you choose, there can be different requirements concerning the language certificate.


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How to Learn German From Scratch: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

Have you always wanted to learn German? Starting out learning German can seem frightening at first. Words can fill the entire length of a piece of paper, and pronouncing letters you’ve never even heard of can feel like an impossible task. Can anybody say words like freundschaftsbeweis or lebensabschnittsgefährte? And why would you want to? Grasping new concepts like word genders, learning new word order, and the invasion of inflected speech can leave you questioning your desire to learn to speak German.

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Teaching a foreign language

Foreign language instruction is more than just teaching. If you choose this career path, it’s more than likely you’re doing it out of your own passion for the language, and the culture of the people who speak it. You want to share your love for the language and the culture to a new generation of students.

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Teaching in Higher Education

While the setting may be different and the audience older, the overall goal of every higher education professional remains the same as educators at the elementary, middle, and secondary levels: providing the best education possible for diverse groups of learners.

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50 Free Resources That Will Improve Your Writing Skills

Here you will find over 50 useful and practical tools and resources that will help you to improve your writing skills: copywriting blogs, dictionaries, references, teaching classes, articles, tools as well as related articles from other blogs.

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Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language

A list of articles devoted to teaching Russian as a foreign language, its problems, perspectives, and methods

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Can You Learn a Language by Watching the News?

Watching the news can teach you new words and phrases and educate you in proper pronunciation. Reading the news will increase your vocabulary and improve your grammar skills. And that’s not all…

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Learn English through Movies and Film: A Complete Guide

If you’re tired of going to class or reading a book, there’s nothing better than learning English through movies and film.