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What Defines A Qualified Filipino ESL Teacher

I am giving you an idea. I have met AB, BSED and BEED graduates all majored in English speaking with an accent way different from being neutral that a native speaker would have trouble understanding. I have met TESOL-certified and licensed education graduates having problems pronouncing words and communicating in actual conversations. Do you think I’m making this up? Look closely around you.

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How To Learn English Fast

After spending so much money on vocabulary, grammar books, and ESL tutors, where are you at now? In the first place, why do you need to learn English? And why are you ready to pay for the classes? Many of the students I know enroll today’s class to pass tomorrow’s test. Is this who you are?

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SinceWin: A New Equation

Teaching, according to Robert John Meehan, is an accomplishment and getting children excited about learning is an achievement. Indeed, being able to teach is already a great attainment. How much more if you’re teaching enthusiastic kids in an equally enthusiastic institution? A win-win situation, right? And oh, when I say “enthusiastic institution”, SinceWin is what…

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The Speech

I am neither a social scientist nor a political analyst. I don’t even know what it takes being recognized as self-professed. Nevertheless, allow me to offer a host of theories Explaining our society’s deplorable condition by employing sense of practicality or common sense. If we carefully scrutinize what concerns most people nowadays, there is nothing…

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Eye In The Sky

I like watching stars Under more favorable night skies Doing this gives me delight And unbelievably lots of insights. The wonderful sight of stars sparkling Generates an indescribable feeling. Imagine, they are drifting in dark silence without string: A natural phenomenon—orderly and awe-inspiring. Ahhh! I can’t help but be amazed While beholding the spectacular fraction…

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