Reasons Why I Read “Dilemmas of an Expat Tutor”

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What is the number one reason you read this blog?  Unfortunately, the software does not allow checking multiple answers in poll below, so feel free to add any additional comments below.

Please add in the comments below any new topics you would be interested in seeing covered on this blog.


Thank you.

–Lynne Diligent

One Response to “Reasons Why I Read “Dilemmas of an Expat Tutor””

  1. RainDancer Says:

    I’d love it if you could share some ideas on motivation in the classroom. Also, I’d like to know some of the teaching techniques and procedures that proved useful in you teaching career.
    I’d also be super interested in some lesson plans for low-level and underachieving students.

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