3 Cardinal Virtues You Need to Be a Better English Learner or Teacher

Are you an English learner whose mother tongue is not English? Do you come from a non-English speaking environment? Or are you an aspiring or practicing teacher of the English language? To be more specific, are you someone whose native language is not English, but have the passion and capability to teach the language?

Then read on, for this post is for you.  Perhaps at some points, you may be having difficulty in your English language studies. Or if you are a beginner teacher of  English, self-doubts sometimes cloud your mind.

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In this article, I want to share 3 cardinal virtues: faith, hope, love — that help English learners and English teachers be better. I won’t be discussing the education/training, skill set and other credentials  an English language teacher must have. I also won’t dwell on how learners can read or speak better and other related learning tips.

Rather, I’d discuss the necessary disposition learners and teachers alike should develop if they are to achieve their learning or teaching goals and succeed. Continue reading “3 Cardinal Virtues You Need to Be a Better English Learner or Teacher”