Marshall has taught ESL to students ranging from age five all the way up to fifty five. He has taught at elementary schools, academies, private schools, and universities. Marshall is currently in South Korea teaching English to students at two elementary schools and two academies.
Young English learners generally start out enthusiastic and ready to learn. The bright eyes on the first day glaze over by the last. Why does this happen? A major reason of this could be due to the current types of activities employed in the typical classroom. Many of the current activities do not allow for emotional connection and real world problem solving. For these reasons, I strive to create activities and a classroom atmosphere that really helps students to connect with language. By doing this, my students are able to be more motivated and learn more. I want to share this message so that all our students can learn better!
~Korea TESOL International Conference Presenter ~Invited Presenter at the JNJ Korea TESOL Conference 2018
~MA TESOL: Murray State University, 2012 ~BA Music Performance: Murray State University, 2010
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