Normalize the mistake or error and show it as an important element in your learning process
Try to be flexible and observe the attitudes of students to modify and/or adapt contents, types of activities or teaching strategies to the specific group
Offer proposals that develop autonomy and favour the creation of links with the linguistic environment to boost their integration process and get to better know the community around them
Make in-class informal consultations and encourage the teacher-students negotiation about classroom decisions in order to learn about preferences and individual aspects (affective, cognitive and learning styles) and gradually introduce new proposals
Integrate into your lesson materials selected by the students themselves that can be useful to know the cultures present in the classroom and to engage them in the learning process
Try to gradually integrate digital equipment and materials such as video and audio-visual materials, computer equipment with Internet access, beamer, etc.