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Discussion in 'Secondary Education' started by Ayman85, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. Ayman85

    Ayman85 New Member

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    Mar 22, 2009

    Hey, I am a new teacher of English language. I am in middle east
    I have been teaching for three years but recently I have moved to another preparatory school..
    The first time I came in the calss, I found 90% of the class in a hopless status concerned with their preparation to learn.. I have been at school for a couple of days..
    Today was one of the most frustrating ones in my life..
    I was explaining comparatives and superlative grammatical rule,, during presentation, a student utters, "we do not understand what you are saying!!" I was so shocked and smiled a repressed one.. then I did nothing.. I am so worried.. I need help please if possible..
    I need them trust me..
     
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  3. catsos2

    catsos2 Companion

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    Mar 23, 2009

    Either this kid is just being outright rude OR s/he really is having a difficult time understanding you. Try to figure out which one it is - then address that.
     
  4. 4inteacher

    4inteacher Rookie

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    Mar 26, 2009

    I agree with catsos2. Try to figure out the motivation of that particular student.
     

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