A good TOEFL class implements practice tests with error corrections. The practice tests should be timed - like the real test. Thereafter, the student´s English pieces are reviewed with the teacher and the types of errors are identified. Issued homework will target the errors. After a series of classes resulting in a skilled demonstration of English consistently, a high TOEFL score can be expected.
Does anyone have their own ideas on a great series of lessons to approach the TOEFL exam?
Evolutions of lesson planning never stops and I am always seeking to improve more effective learning.