Teaching English with Oxford

For those of your students looking to work or study abroad, reaching a proficient level of English is often just part of the equation. The soft skills that enable successful interaction in a professional environment are equally as important. We can play a pivotal role in developing these skills for our students through innovative classroom activities that go beyond traditional language teaching. Here are some engaging ideas for integrating soft skills...
As teachers, we’re always looking for ways to improve our students’ English speaking skills and build their confidence in speaking English. An effective way to do this is to integrate motivational speaking techniques into our teaching methods and teach our students some engaging speaking strategies to use.  It is important to point out to students that speakers in public talks such as TED talks or other significant speeches sound confident...
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