Teaching English To Those Who Don’t Speak It: First Steps
By Julian Wong
Nouns, nouns, nouns.
Everything we say is an attempt to describe the reality around us. Any idea, no matter how complex, somehow addresses the who, what, where, when, why and how of this world.
The first step, then, is to get students familiar with the basic names of people, places, things, and events. Only when they are able to name something (noun) would they then be able to describe its features (adjectives) or what it does (verbs) or why and how it does so (adverbs).
A little more on our Education Team’s efforts from our last issue.
- 1.Spotlight Feature: Rachel Nadia
- 2.Spotlight Feature: Damien
- 3.Spotlight Feature: Trini
- 4.Spotlight Feature: Juliana
- 5.Spotlight Feature: Simon
- 6.Spotlight Feature: Stephanie
- 7.Spotlight Feature: Dionne
- 8.Spotlight Feature: Nathaniel
- 9.Spotlight Feature: Fionna
- 10.In the Spotlight: Our Education Team, Part 1
- 11.In the Spotlight: Our Education Team, Part 2