LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||23/DEZ/2007 2:48 PM|
Hard to say, buddy.
In a number of senses I think sometimes depends on the student himself, other times of the skills of the teacher.
In all honesty, I believe in the old proverb that goes "practice makes perfect".
Perhaps I change my mind, of course; but if one day I am a teacher maybe I use the Oxford Dictionaries and Grammars, crossword puzzles, movies, and essays (pupils have to express themselves orally and in writing); so I should make a material of my own and using the materials that exist already.
I also am wondering teaching must being a one-to-one thing, every case would be treated in your peculiarities. I make it clear that I am speaking from a teacher with a few pupils, in the public schools is difficult to make something like this.
I hope, real teachers give you a better hint, I am not entirely clueless because my mother was a teacher, my aunt as well and my brother is one. But I am not in this line of work, so this is only a opiniated guess.
See you again.
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