How To Help Students To Ask and Mention Name with Audio Visual Media

In teaching and learning English as foreign language, an English teacher is expected to help students to ask and mention someone’s name or something’s.  For this hope, the teacher and students are required to learn personal pronouns in use appropriately. English, Just Guided has some tips for English teachers about how to help students to Read More …

Build Your Imagination For Students’ Vocabulary About Things In A House

All we have great talents, skills and ability that make us unique to help students to grow. But, sometimes we find some students prefer watching  their smartphones to taking notes about things in a house before learning writing a short room description. Don’t lose hope. Children wants to see the magic in their smartphones when Read More …

6 Steps To Write A Short Room Description Easily

Hi. Are you an English teacher who has difficulty to guide students to write a short room description. Are you also a student who have difficulties to write a short room description? Please don’t worry about teaching or learning about writing the text. Here are tips you can use to write a short room description Read More …

How To Show Compliments in 6 Things Someone Has

Instead of greetings, you can show a compliment  to someone to start a dialog. Simply saying “You look great today”. This great feeling is an effective way to make someone’s day. Compliment means an expression of praise, commendation, or admiration because of a number of reasons someone has. You can show your positive compliments  for Read More …

Second, 4 Useful Ways to Shape Command and Prohibition Politely

The last post said that the ideal one is student who learning English as foreign language should use polite command and prohibition. But, if  we emphasize on learning language into habit, agree or disagree, we have to let command and prohibition are practised by the students not in a polite formulation. Instead of they don’t Read More …

First, It’s Easy To Give Command and Prohibition

We often hear fellow students in the classroom to give command or prohibition in our national language. The command or prohibition is usually a brief response and spontaneous when one of them is facing with a particular problem or situation. It is very easy to say, close the door, open the door, close the window, Read More …

How To Ask for Agreement or Disagreement and Respond

Having a different opinion from others is normal and it happens all the time and sphere. All people have opinions on many topics. Students can be guided to negotiate meaning in English by the use agreement or disagreement expressions. Use a number of attractive audio visual teaching and learning media to initiate and respond well. Read More …

5 Guidelines To Ask for and Voice Out Your Opinion in English

Happily on this moment, we’d like like to share about ‘How To Ask for and Voice Out An Opinion’. We are sure that this form of communication is important for students who learning English as foreign language. As long as they ask for and give opinion well, they are assessed to have a good ability Read More …

How To Check for Understanding and Respond Easily

Instead of gaining other’s attention only, a student should practice checking understanding expressions too. Checking understanding in speaking English is simple oral language but effective to minimize self-regulated learning habit that can lead to mediocre level. Let’s say, in presenting a procedure text, a student can utilize a number of checking understanding expressions to boost Read More …

How To Ask for Attention and Respond in English

Sometimes it’s hard to find a favorable sphere that helping us to tell people surround us something useful. A noisy classroom is an example of an unfavorable situation for a teacher conveying his teaching material to students. As usual he says, “Attention, please”. What does he say something like that to his students for? Is Read More …