How to Pronounce 'SWASHBUCKLER' - English Pronunciation


In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word swashbuckler. This word is a noun and describes a swashbuckling person. The word has been used since the 16th century and is a combination of the words 'swash' and 'buckler'.

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Teaching English as a second language (ESL) is a rewarding career, yet a challenging on.
Imagine being in front of 30 students having very different personalities, attitudes, learning styles and language level.
Constantly, teachers face problems common enough in ESL classroom.
For experienced ones, it is an opportunity to grow and be flexibl.
Excellent ESL teachers are able to recognize the most common problems in ESL classrooms and devise ways to reach solution.
Modifications in teaching methods and strategies to tailor fit the kind of students in a class would mean a more productive and interesting language classroom environment for both the teachers and their student.
This is probably the most common problem every ESL teacher face.
Speaking the first language is an instinct for almost everyon.
For ESL students, this might mean not being able to totally adapt to using second language or the difficulty achieving i.
Lack of confidence in using the language in front of the class adds to this problem as wel.
In most cases, especially for beginners, students are shy to ask as they may be laughed at by their peer.
As a result, they pretend to understand and do assigned tasks the way they perceive they should be don.
To deal with this, ESL teachers must make sure instructions to a homework or activity are clear enough for everyon.
In many cases, teachers would always wonder why students just can?t stop staring at the book and scribble answers on the worksheets with bored, uninterested face.
What was actually misunderstood is the fact that teachers might be the one who bore the student.
Engage the students by integrating technicalities of the language with things they can relate t.
For example, don?t just explain tenses of the verbs and give generic examples but use them in making sentences with situations real to the student.
Talk about college plans, vacation, funniest experiences, unforgettable events or lov.
Make your topic fu.
This will not only model use of the language but also makes learning memorabl.
As an ESL teacher, one should not mainly attend class to follow the structured coursework, but create an environment where students learn with fu.
When students are kept engaged in the lessons, they learn more than they realized as their teachers move closer to achieving the goal of teaching English and producing students equipped in the languag.

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