Last week, I wrote about brainstorming (if you missed that blog post/interview with Hall Houston & Gerhard Erasmus, click here https://patrice-palmer.mykajabi.com/blog/what-teachers-need-to-know-about-brainstorming). I learned some interesting things about brainstorming from my interview with them despite 20 years of teaching! It just goes to show that being an ESL/EFL teacher can never get boring if you like learning, and want to continue to develop your teaching skills.
So what happens after students have brainstormed? A common teaching technique is to have students report back to the whole class. As a teacher or trainer, do you know more than one way to have students report back or do you use the same technique again and again? In order to keep things interesting for our students (and for us as teachers), it is important to try new techniques.
Here are 6 different techniques for reporting back:
1. The most...