Teacher training: 8 Great Ice Breakers for the EFL Classroom
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Has English got your students feeling nervous? Creating a relaxed atmosphere can help students overcome shyness and the fear of making mistake two common barriers to learning a foreign language. To encourage students to overcome these obstacles, we’ll be introducing some ‘short and sweet’ ice breakers to help students get to know their teacher and classmates and get them feeling comfortable in their new classrooms.
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