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Teaching Tip: Color code your card game sets


Ever made multiple sets of the same card game for class and then messed them up? Ever finished playing only to fine one lone card sitting on the floor after class? Instead of having to go through every single set to rearrange your cards, why not print each set on a different colored piece of paper or cardboard. It's super easy to print, and makes telling each set apart 100x easier.


The Importance of Repetition


Many students who live in a non-English speaking country may have few opportunities to speak English outside of class. Their only exposure to English may only be their one hour class once a week, which means it may be difficult for students to retain and remember English words and grammar. Therefore you need to continuously repeat the same words and questions again, and again, and again, and again, in order to make them stick. This does limit the amount of new material that they can learn in a year, but it will benefit the students in the long run. Check out this article to learn more about how to use repetition and keep your lessons fun and interesting.