Fantastic Webinar with lots of FAQ & “How to teach” tips

I seem to be doing lots of skype webinars and workshops at the moment. ┬áHere’s one we did last week with lots of fantastic questions, and hopefully some useful answers ­čÖé

If you want to join the live workshops, ┬áthe dates for Moscow are June 10,11 & 12 and June 13th and 14th for the business workshop, ┬á and the “pasta, sunshine & Genki English” weekend worshop in Italy is July 1st & 2nd.

The free games ebook you can sign up for here:

If any of you would like to do a webinar or skype conference then let me know – it’s a lot easier to organise than a live event.

Or if you are in Europe and would like a live event where you are, ┬álet’s get one organized now whilst I still can before Brexit kicks in!

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And when I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

One Response to “Fantastic Webinar with lots of FAQ & “How to teach” tips”

  1. Trevor Lawless

    L + 1 is a key. In my private classes I am able to do that pretty well. The hardest thing about teaching in an elementary school is that there is no clear L (level). The level of the students is so mixed it is very hard to work out exactly what level to teach at. Go a bit difficult and you lose the lower level students, too easy and the higher level kids start to get bored. I try to add something for everyone where possible, but this is also where your games and songs help. If the game is fun and songs are fun, the higher level kids still have a good time with English that is pretty easy for them. Getting kids to teach other can work, but not all young kids have the maturity to do this.

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