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Thank you so much for your kind words! Happy Holidays!
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Thanks so much for reading my blog! I’m glad you’ve found the Goal Setting Worksheet helpful. All the Goal Setting Worksheets should be in the same .pdf – in the October 2016 section of the Printables Library. I’m so glad you’re enjoying teaching ESL. It’s so rewarding to see students improve, to travel, and to meet new people! For your demo lesson, I’d definitely use some games (I have blog post on that!) to get your students engaged. Be sure to teach a concept briefly (let’s say, a specific past tense form), and then use a speaking game to make it fun for the students to practice (in groups). Good luck – let me know how it goes!
How To Set Goals That Work (Every Time!)
You’re welcome, Leila! I’m glad you found it useful 🙂
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