Monthly Archives: July 2018

(A posting on a seminar or conference abstract category 1) Two most important tenses in English are simple present tense and simple past tense. The teaching of these 2 tenses has always been made separate. Usually it begins with simple present, the belief being that this is easier and earlier acquired; […]

Innovations in the Teaching of Simple Present Tense and Simple ...

(A posting on a seminar or conference abstract category 1) Teaching writing is teaching students to be able to write their own ideas of their own thinking following the writing mechanics suited to the writing genre required. In today’s ICT and digital world, more importantly, teaching writing should especially go with […]

Teaching Students to Avoid Plagiarism in Writing in the ICT ...

(A posting on teaching students product writing vs process writing) When it comes to teaching students writing, there exist 2 kinds we can teach: product writing and process writing. Product writing is writing based on a given writing genre product that we teach students to follow. It usually takes one […]

Teaching Students Product Writing Vs Process Writing

(A posting on writing abstracts for conference presentations and whole papers) When talking about sending ideas for conference presentations, we have 2 kinds of abstract to write—this learning from the many abstracts I’ve written, sent, and had accepted (this last one a passive causative) for the said purpose: 1. the […]

Writing Abstracts for Conference Presentations and Whole Papers

(A posting on using dictation to elicit students’ writing and grammar skills) Dictation still has its significance if done properly with a goal in mind. Dictation can be used to elicit students’ writing and grammar skills. Items for this purpose should be prepared well ahead. Items for this should be […]

Using Dictation to Elicit Students’ Writing and Grammar Skills