1. What is teaching?

constantly humiliate students for their mistakes  
transfer knowledge about a certain field using certain methods  
constantly talking without awaking the interest of students  

2. What is a good Esperanto-teacher like?

often speaks in the native language of the students  
punishes students whenever they forget to use the accusative  
knows a lot of cultures and cultural differences  

3. What should a teacher do, when they know something falsely and a student corrects them?

don’t react, ignore the student and continue the lesson  
thank the student and praising them for noticing  
deny that the student is right  

4. What to do as a teacher instead of making it seem like we know everything?

being able to say ‘I don’t know’, or e.g. look up the word immediately in a dictionary  
making up an answer in order to avoid humiliating oneself  
ignore those questions where we don’t know the answer  

5. How to divide the class into groups?

put together people who hate each other so that they learn how to cooperate  
don’t put two people in the same group who hate each other  
divide the class to groups randomly, it doesn’t matter who is working with whom  

6. What is the correct attitude towards giving pointless tasks and actions during the lesson?

if the important exercises were done already, just fill the remaining time with anything  
let the students make whatever they want in the remaining time  
think about tasks which have a point or somehow relate to the topic  

7. Should the teacher precisely follow the course book?

No, the course book should be ignored and exercises have to be created by the teacher  
Yes, definitely – what would be the purpose of the course book otherwise?  
Select the appropriate tasks for the class  

8. Should the teacher speak instead of making the students speak?

Yes, students need to hear a good example of the language  
No, the teacher should remain silent and let the students talk all the time  
The teacher should show an example of the language and make the students speak afterwards  

9. Does the teacher always have to take into consideration the individual needs of the students?

No, they need to learn about a lot of diverse topics first  
The teacher should follow the course book precisely  
Yes, the teacher has to pay attention to this  

10. How to solve when students can’t pronounce or remember the names of other students?

The teacher should give them tasks where the students have to learn the names  
Names are not important, students should focus on the topic and not on each other  
Student should always wear a name card  

11. What to do when students use different greetings?

Force everyone to use one greeting  
No one should touch or look at the others  
Talk about various greeting forms and decide together which one to use  

12. How to teach about taboo topics?

Avoid mentioning taboo topics  
Talk about these topics in courses of a higher level, where students are willing to do that  
Force students to learn about everyone, even taboo topics  

13. How to evaluate?

In each lesson, to check whether students are learning  
In every month  
Depending on how often it suits the students  

14. Why to evaluate?

To motivate and engage the students  
To avoid making students feel bored  
To have some other tasks apart from learning  

15. Which tasks should be evaluated?

Both individual and group tasks  
Only individual tasks, because only these show the language level of the student  
Only group tasks, so that the students won’t get bored