Boost your creativity

Creativity is essential for teachers. But as we all know, sometimes, it just doesn’t happen. You’re trying so hard to come up with an idea for a lesson, but the opposite seems to happen. The harder you try, the more difficult it gets. 

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5 rules for teaching adults

Teaching adults for the first time can be intimidating. Unlike children, adults often have higher expectations and may lack motivation. However, by following certain guidelines, you can significantly ease the process and reduce your stress. Check out our top 5 rules for teaching adults below.

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How to plan a lesson on any topic

What do you do when you have no idea what to do with your students? Have you ever been in a situation like this? It happened to us many times. Especially with students who we’d taught for many years.

Here’s a simple recipe for a lesson that will save you anytime you don’t know what do to.

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A lesson plan with a dilemma.

As a teacher, you’re probably familiar with a desert island dilemma:

You’re stuck on a desert island together with 7 other people: a policeman, a prisoner, a chef, a toddler, a retired doctor, a young couple. There’s a boat coming to rescue 3 of you. You can save yourself and 2 other people. The boat journey is going to take a few days. Who do you save?

In this post, we’ll show you how to turn this short dilemma into a full lesson with grammar practice.

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3 tips for teaching conversation classes

Running conversation classes might seem easy - just turn up and talk for an hour. You could do that. Or you could do a little bit more and make your conversation classes a lot more effective and easier to plan. In this article we have 3 quick tips for you. Read on!

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7 questions to ask your students at the end of the school year

June is the month when most language courses come to an end. And so it is also a perfect time to get feedback from your students and reflect on your teaching style.

In this post, we have 7 questions that will help you get that feedback without completing boring questionnaires. It is a good idea to use them in an informal chat as part of your last class.

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How to design a good role-play activity?

Role plays are one of the most effective ways of practising functional language. Unfortunately, not all students love them as much as teachers do. Let’s have a look at how you can make them more accessible!

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Student DIY - get your students to do some of the work for you

Teaching isn’t only about running lessons, we all know this. A lot goes on behind the scenes: preparing materials, planning lessons, preparing games, revision activities, marking tests, and a lot more. If you sometimes just have enough and want to take a day off, get your students to do some of this work for you. We have a few ideas for you below.

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Time-saving tips for teachers

Being a teacher is time-consuming! A lot goes on behind the scenes and managing your time effectively is essential in this job. Here are some tips on how you can save some time and maintain a work-life balance.

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How to make reading activities interesting.

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 50% of students complete it, that’s a win?

Check out these ideas on how to make your students interested in reading before you even present the text! 

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9 Activities for lessons on Women's Day.

International Women’s Day is just around the corner, so we’ve compiled this list of 9 ideas to help you plan lessons about women. Even if you’re not planning on covering this topic in your classes, these ideas will also work at any other time of the year. 

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Ideas for practising speaking at elementary levels

Is it difficult to practise speaking at the elementary level? We don’t think so! First of all, remember that at the lowest levels, speaking practice does not mean discussing complicated topics. We can establish that at this level whenever students say anything, they practise speaking. So, give them as many opportunities to speak as possible. Even if it’s only saying single sentences.

Check out our ideas for speaking activities that work with the lowest levels.

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Good language learning habits

You know that mastering a foreign language isn’t about going to a language class once a week. It’s not about cramming just before a test. It’s continuous work. It’s what students do every day that matters most. Their good language learning habits. Today, we’d like to encourage you to help your students develop those good habits.

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Ideas for Thanksgiving and Gratitude lessons

Thanksgiving is such a wonderful time of the year. It’s a great opportunity to pause and appreciate all the things we have. Even if you and your students don’t celebrate this holiday, it’s a great excuse to plan lessons on gratitude or kindness. Below, we have a few ideas for activities that you can use around this time of year.

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