ESL Classroom Management Tips and Tricks

ESL classroom management

ESL Classroom Management Tips and Tricks

I remember back to when I first started teaching in a hagwon (private language institute) in Korea and how much of a struggle it was. The root of the problem was that I was totally and completely clueless about classroom management and the kids totally knew it. They walked all over me and I basically had no control, for at least the first six months. Even though I did eventually establish some order, it wasn’t as happy or as productive of place as it could have been. Over the years, I’ve figured it out, but it certainly would have been much easier if I’d had an ESL classroom management boot camp of sorts.

The good news for you is that I’ve teamed up with Jennifer Booker Smith, the guru of all things teaching English to elementary school kids and we’ve written a book about ESL classroom management that will help out any new teacher. Old teachers too can benefit and pick up a few new tips and tricks! Keep reading to find out how our book can help you out in your classroom today.

Take the reins in class with these actionable tips and strategies for ESL classroom management.

What more could you accomplish in class, if you weren’t losing valuable minutes coaxing students to participate or transitioning between activities?

Authors Jennifer and Jackie have a combined 25 years of experience in the TEFL classroom.

In ESL Classroom Management Tips and Tricks: For Teachers of Students Ages 6-12, you’ll:

Learn how to get the entire class involved.

Discover how to plan a lesson and organize your class.

Learn motivation and discipline strategies that work.

Get some tips for forging a strong, productive relationship with your co-teacher.

Prepare yourself with go-to activities for those “surprise” classes.

And so much more!

Get your copy of ESL Classroom Management Tips and Tricks today and have a less-stressful, more-productive class tomorrow!

Click the link above to get the book easily on Amazon in both digital and print formats. The (cheaper and faster) digital copy can be read on any smartphone, tablet, Mac or PC as long as you download the free Kindle reading app.

 

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