Mistakes are facilitators of achieving goals, the measure of new ideas, and a blueprint of risks to pursue. Like taking a wrong turn off the highway only to discover a shortcut home, it’s better to know something by mistake, than to have never known it at all, and correcting mistakes is an ideal way to teach English.
Encouraging students to make mistakes creates a safe learning environment while building confidence, and the best part of falling in love with teaching and learning English is mistakes are good things when corrected properly. Let’s learn to make learning English as easy and carefree as making mistakes. It all starts by taking a chance. Join us March 27th on Facebook.com/tesol with FluencyMC for a Live Stream: Top 10 Most Important Mistakes to Correct in English.