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Since student-centered approach allows the learners to select content for themselves, the teacher’s ethical responsibility to prevent bias in ESL class rooms is discussed in this work.
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This work aims to propose certain specialized suggestions for ESL classrooms based on grades. Suggestions are devised according to the expected ability of students of different grades.
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This work defines different approaches that are applicable to adult learning in ESL classrooms. The focus is on emphasizing the need of instilling students’ input in the process of teaching.