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Managing Student Behaviour | EFL Resource

Managing Student Behaviour | EFL Resource

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Starting a course with a new group of TEFL/ESOL students can be daunting for all teachers of English as a Foreign or Second language, especially those new to the profession. 

In this download, we have compiled advice based on the real classroom experience of TEFL and ESOL teachers. Moreover, we have attempted to present some strategies and activities that are easy to implement and have been tested in real English Language Classrooms.

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.

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