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.
Plan your lessons faster, and never run out of ideas again! Lesson Starters is our bestselling material (read on to find out why), but we… Read More »What are Lesson Starters? A bit of history and FAQ.
Working with teenagers is definitely rewarding and fun! But when it comes to conversations, things may be a little different. For example, like this: we… Read More »Make teens talk in your English classes.
How to practise future tenses in conversation so that it’s fun, but most of all effective and practical? Read on to check out our 7… Read More »7 ideas for practising future tenses in speaking.
Is it difficult to practise speaking at the elementary level? We don’t think so! Check out our tips and ideas on practising speaking at the… Read More »Practising speaking at elementary levels.