(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/2DBGD91)
One thing I have noticed in my teaching life is that when people get into Elementary level, they usually feel very confident, but when they hit Pre Intermediate and more there is a definite shift in their learning – basically because it gets harder. The people who do well in the later levels are the ones who realise that to move forward you need to work through your road blocks in learning. Those people who do well in Elementary and fail in the latter months, do so because they cannot handle the pressure to have to change or alter or add to what they already know.
This is the same with anything. However, in learning English, if you want to move forward you do have to confront those pain points that force them to take on new information.
A typical example starts early on. So often…
View original post 318 more words