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The English language teaching field is becoming more and more specialized and therefore, as teachers, we need to become capable of teaching different types of classes. In this video, you'll see a series of interviews with both ESL students and ESL teachers talking about different types of ESL classes. The students share with us their goals for learning English, as well as what they enjoy and what they find challenging about the learning process. The teachers describe some of the rewards and challenges of teaching their particular type of specialized ESL class and impart some advice for teachers who are new to teaching that type of class.

*Please note: This video does not have an accompanying handout or quiz and cannot be counted towards your tracked PD hours.

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Submitted on: Monday, October 3, 2016 - 13:33

No, the title does not refer to using a thermometer to make sure that your students are not sick. It refers to finding out how your students feel about their language program experience while they are in the middle of the program. Don't wait until your end-of-course or end-of-term surveys to find out what students are thinking. By then it is too late to change their student experiences.