First Laboratory Secondary School of Sukhbaatar Province
Organizing and finding creative ways to develop an English resource cabinet is a continual challenge for English teachers. This presentation reports the process of developing and setting up an English resource cabinet. It examines the importance of the cabinet as seen by teachers and students. The research methods used include questionnaires and interviews.
Results show that the English resource cabinet has helped users in many ways, including improving teaching methodology and more effectively engaging students in learning.
This presentation is useful for those interested in learning new and effective ways to develop an English resource cabinet and a handout will be given.
Damdinsuren Gereltuya lives in Baruun-Urt, Sukhbaatar Province in eastern Mongolia. With 10 years of teaching experience, she works at a public school teaching English to 5th-12th grade students. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree of Education with an emphasis in English from Gurvan-Erdene University in Mongolia in 2007. In 2018, she received an online diploma of TESOL from Concordia International College in Canada. She received a Methodologist Degree in 2015 and a Mastership Degree in 2019 from the Ministry of Education in Mongolia. In November, 2019, she completed the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Teaching English to Young Learners”.