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There are a number of ways English teachers can engage their students. A simple course design with clear objectives gives students something to strive for and make their path to learning English simpler. It's often better to build off knowledge that the student already has and gather that information, along with the new course information, and organize it logically to make the course content easier to grasp.
Engaging interactive, real-world scenarios, and case studies allow students to apply the knowledge they've obtained and see how something like it works in the real world. This deepens the understanding of what the student has learned. Incorporating problem solving and creating assessments around the knowledge gained also strengthens a student's understanding and gives them a confidence boost to see what they've learned.
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