When we think of summer lessons, we usually think about travelling, holidays, hot weather, etc. They’re useful topics and should definitely be covered in your… Read More »6 summer topics which are not about travelling.
Your students complain about doing any reading activities but you know they have to be done? You tried setting it as homework, but if only… Read More »How to make reading fun in an EFL classroom.
International Women’s Day is on 8th March. If you’re planning to run a lesson on this topic, here are 10 questions you can discuss with… Read More »Discussion questions for a lesson on Women’s Day with higher levels.
It’s time to ditch those gap-fill exercises (for the time being) and practise conditionals in speaking. In this article we have 7 ideas for activities which… Read More »7 ideas for revising conditionals without gap-filling.
Any plans for the weekend? Lovely day, isn’t it? Small talk can be difficult or awkward even for some native speakers. And it’s doubly difficult… Read More »10 activities for practising small talk.
Nowadays, more and more people (including your students!) have to interview for a new job in English. In this article, we want to encourage you… Read More »Help your students prepare for a job interview in English.