ANLP Blog Power of Language when Teaching

ANLP  Blog Power of Language when Teaching
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

October 28th 2021


Geraldine Fraser

Teaching is fraught with opportunities to build up or knock down. Often unwittingly, always with impact. The COVID-driven shift to remote learning has highlighted this vulnerability. It also presents an opportunity for the profession to put the spotlight on how children can benefit, or otherwise. The power of language resonates with us long after the lesson has passed. The scope for communicating the message clearly and having it open to 30 different interpretations is quite something – 30 different maps and 30 different connections....

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