We teach our students to make presentations, to answer discussion questions, to describe pictures, but sometimes we forget to practise asking questions. And it’s an essential… Read More »Teach your students to ask good questions.
Today, we’re talking to the wonderful Silvina Mascitti – English teacher and author of many wonderful lessons and materials. Silvina, thank you so much for… Read More »Silvina Mascitti about creativity and writing teaching materials.
Before you whip out those worksheets and start ticking off the items on your lesson plan, take a minute to check how your students are… Read More »How to build rapport with your students.
Ola, thank you so much for taking time out of your very busy schedule to answer these questions for us! We’re so happy to have… Read More »Ola Kowalska about doing CELTA and running your own teaching business.
Role plays are a perfect way to practise functional language and communication skills. However, not all students like them. Some can role play for hours… Read More »A scaffolding technique for EFL role-playing activities.
Joanna, welcome to Twofold! We’re so happy to have you here today. Thank you for taking some time out of your busy schedule to talk… Read More »Joanna Róg-Ilnicka about sociology and teaching English.
Summer courses are very short and usually pretty intensive. It’s a good idea to have everything planned in advance. Here’s a checklist of things that… Read More »A checklist for summer English courses.