One of the most important things to understand when teaching ESL classes or programs is that every student is unique and not everyone in the classroom is on the same level in terms of their knowledge or understanding of the English language. Some students may speak English fluently while others may not understand a single word, yet they will both be in the same class and it can be confusing to know how to teach a group of students who are all on different levels.
There are many reasons why ESL students of different levels are often placed in the same class and regardless of the situation, you may find yourself in a challenging position if you are the ESL teacher. If this is ever the case, here are four strategies you can apply to teach different levels of ESL students successfully and effectively:
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