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Mina Irving
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Mina Irving

Excellent video – the “Bad Example” clip was shocking – I couldn’t believe how bad the teacher was at error correction!!!

Sharmaine Calimlim
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Sharmaine Calimlim

Thank you, Teacher Chris!

Wilhelmina
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Wilhelmina

Great tips. I agree that patience is vital too.

Mercy Rivera
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Mercy Rivera

I love your teaching tips and videos. To teach my student how to answer in a sentence, I underline the words from the question that she/he can use to start the sentence.

Ron A
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Ron A

Great advice, thank you

Ksenia O'Shea
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Ksenia O'Shea

Great tips. I agree that it is of great importance to be patient and encouraging.

Adam Dannreuther
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Adam Dannreuther

Thank you – great video!

Kelly Zelenka
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Kelly Zelenka

Thank you Teacher Chris- great information.

Giovanny Fandino
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Giovanny Fandino

Was the bad example real?
I liked your tips. Smiling is always important; even when smiling, your tone of voice changes.

Silke
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Silke

Thanks, Chris, for this fantastic video. I always keep it lighthearted and friendly when correcting, and sometimes even get the students to laugh about their own mistakes. I think some laughter is a good way to break the ice and make students feel more at ease.

Greta T
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Greta T

I think patience is KEY in promoting a positive learning environment and making sure the client feels comfortable and free to express himself. We should make correction feel like a positive observation or an area of opportunity.