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This man-made language was created by Dr. L.L. Zamenhof in 1887. It was designed to be an
international language, that is, many people' second language, and not to replace any nationalc tongue. It was also designed to be an easy-to-learn second language, and is apparently here to
stay and is by far the most popular of the man-made languages, though not without its critics
. Esperanto means hopeful, and its speakers are hopeful that it will be accepted for what it is.
Because Esperantists (Esperanto speakers) are dispersed throughout the world, it sometimes
unites people who speak vastly different languages (i.e. China and Mexico) and who do not
necessarily speak English well if at all.

   Esperanto Teacher Hints, Advice and Teaching Tips

Calling All Esperanto Teachers - Calling All Esperanto Students -

143 Learning Games and Activities for the Esperanto Classroom

I know that they work very well as I used all of them for 35 years

Teacher. Call on me. I know the answer in Esperanto.

The 143 learning activities website above translated into Esperanto

Students of Esperanto
It is your attitude not your aptitude that
determines your altitude.

Professor Polyglot

I want to help you learn Esperanto

Professor Emeritus
University of Northern Iowa

"Your life is only as good as your mindset"

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    This glossary contains the 552 most frequent Esperanto words and morphemes


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    "If we hang around much longer Donkey, we'll be speaking Esperanto"

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    A powerful and fun site with sound and a variety of voices. TRY IT!

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    English to Esperanto or Esperanto to English

    Google Translations Services
    Good translations in a variety of languages

    I hope you enjoyed all the language links on this site.
    Jim Becker, Professor Emeritus and your Webmaster.

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    Esperanto language teacher hints, advice and tips

    I know from my own experience that being on a continual path of self-improvement is an absolute necessity toward be a good teacher. Hang out with other educators that you admire. Watch them closely and learn from them. Imitation is the greatest compliment! Join your Esperanto language association plus two foreign language teacher associations (state and national: ACTFL- ( and attend their annual meetings on a regular basis. Get involved anyway you can with each. Rub noses with people at the TOP. Get to know the officers personally. Keep in contact with them. Use these association offerings, suggestions and resources.

    Whenever you can in your own environment, ask to observe colleagues in action in their language classroom. Pick up ideas that work for them and adopt and adapt them to you own classroom. Always be on the "lookout" for new ideas, new means of teaching, new ways to incorporate things that work for others into your own methodology. Don't hesitate to ask questions of teachers who have had much success as to how and why that happened. I used to observe elementary teachers and how they interacted with their young students. Always something to learn. "Learn from the mistakes of others. You'll never live long enough to make all of them yourself." Another that I always loved is "If you think you're GREEN, you'll grow - if you think you're ripe, you'll rot." All true. Don't rot! That's an axiom that will never grow old. You may think that you are the best, but you're not. There is always someone better than you. (I learned this playing basketball) Learn from them. Know what the best practices are and be aware of the current online resources that can be of great help to you and your Esperanto students.

    Keep your Esperanto classroom presentations FRESH. Keep up with innovation and the changing needs of your Esperanto students by incorporating technology such as computer use, iPhones, iPads, e-mail and a host of other innovations into your routine classroom activities to communicate with others in the target language and to access authentic resources. Stay current with options and trends in the field such as the National Standards and know how to incorporate them into your daily plans. Hopefully these few ideas will aid in your growth and success. Stay with it. Don't throw in the towel like many have, but again as I point out above, whatever new ideas you discover, you must first adopt and then adapt. Not everything you see elsewhere will work for you as I have personally learned. You must adapt those ideas to your own classroom. There are a host of great ideas available on all these sites, but they are only as successful as you will make them. And perhaps most important of all, do ask your Esperanto students often how they feel about what they are doing and learning and what they enjoy the most and the least in your classroom. Most of all, do enjoy your students and share yourself with them. [They don't care how much you know until they know how much you CARE] I hope that you picked up some ideas here that will aid in your total success. Have fun in your classroom. (ps I picked up these ideas in a recent dream and wanted to share with each of you) I'm 79 years old now, but never too old to learn and never too old to share ideas. Best yet, why not be learning another language yourself? Check out one of the sites above. It is a great means to experience first-hand what your students are feeling. Now you are "walking in their moccasins." Don't forget to have FUN doing it.

    Jim Becker - BA, Cornell College (Iowa), MA, La Sorbonne (Paris), PhD-ABD, The Ohio State University (Foreign Language Education).

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