7 Things ESL Teachers Should Avoid Saying to Students | ITTT | TEFL Blog

7 Things ESL Teachers Should Avoid Saying to Students | ITTT | TEFL Blog

What should ESL Teachers avoid? ESL classroom is quite a sensitive place. Students can quickly get excited about what they learn if a teacher finds the right key to their motivation. However, sometimes ESL teachers may unconsciously use words that could hurt students intensely.

Read on for the top 7 things that ESL teachers should avoid saying to students to make sure your students feel comfortable.

0:00 ITTT Blog
0:32 You are not good at English
1:07 Stop! You’re doing it all wrong!
1:39 Good job! You tried your best!
2:05 Don’t give up! Keep trying and you’ll understand English grammar
2:39 Have you noticed your mistake?
3:17 It’s ok if you can’t do it.
3:50 Someone is better than you in English.

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