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.
Photos are a great tool for teaching or revising language. You can do so much with them: practise grammar, revise vocabulary, or simply have some… Read More »10 ways to use photos in your classroom
Functional language is probably the most important part of teaching English. It’s what your students need for everyday communication: buying products, ordering food, asking for… Read More »How to teach functional language + ideas for activities.
Slang is not for everyone. It’s probably not a good idea to teach a lot of colloquialisms at the lowest levels. But with anyone at… Read More »8 activities for teaching British slang.
Do you think practising “to be” or “have got” is difficult or boring? Check out our ideas for quick and very effective activities for students… Read More »Basic English verbs – ideas for activities.