First Things First, Use A Common Language – Body Language
The first skill you’ll need to master to start successfully teaching English as a foreign language is the universal language – body language.
Second, Only Allow Students To Speak The Foreign Language
Many students find that they pick up a foreign language quicker when they’re forced to speak only that language in the classroom. This way, they’re forced to put what English they know, together in order to get their point across.
The patter of learning a new language cloesly mimics the way babies and infants learn a language. With that said, this is better than using rote memorization of the English words.