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    My name is Stephanie and have just graduated from Languages course. I would like some help to clarify some concepts which I have about teaching kids. I am going to start teaching English to kids next month however I have never done it before. What can you tell me about your experiences? Also, I am having difficulties to plan the classes. Is there any theme that is better to bring in the first classes? The kids are from 5 to 10 years and the previous teacher said to me that they really appreciate games. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you for your help!
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    (Original post by Stetg)
    Hello people,
    My name is Stephanie and have just graduated from Languages course. I would like some help to clarify some concepts which I have about teaching kids. I am going to start teaching English to kids next month however I have never done it before. What can you tell me about your experiences? Also, I am having difficulties to plan the classes. Is there any theme that is better to bring in the first classes? The kids are from 5 to 10 years and the previous teacher said to me that they really appreciate games. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you for your help!
    Put this on the Education Section.

    Or head on over to TES, where experienced primary school teachers can hep you with your query.
 
 
 
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