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This is a Christmas lesson plan which is a sampler of my material based around in depth uses of songs - in this case Greg Lake's I Believe in Father Christmas. To find out more my website is www.teachingtracks.co.uk and contact e mail chriswalklett@teachingtracks.co.uk. Enjoy and please feedback. Th ... Read more
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I never thought about becoming an EFL teacher. I've always dreamed of working in a kindergarten classroom in public education.But recently, I've come to realize the deep impact we can have on our students' lives as EFL teachers. We are teaching so much more than just a language...Read more here... " ... Read more
Voices in the classroom
Posted by Nabeel Abed... - 16 Dec. 2017
Category: Teaching Articles
Classroom management is all about procedure. Many like to say that you should have “rules”, but that right there is a problem. Students don’t like rules. A classroom should be a place where students should be free to express themselves within a controlled environment. Rules in a class just stifle st ... Read more
What is IELTS
Posted by Nabeel Abed... - 14 Dec. 2017
Category: Teaching Articles
IELTS is made up of four components: Speaking, listening, reading and writing. Each has a band score of their own which is totaled at the end. A candidate is required to meet a specific total according to their desired countries requirements. IELTS is also separated into two different modules t ... Read more
Category: Classroom Materials
In my latest post I am sharing a video-based lesson in which students practise narrating a story using a variety of past tenses and interesting vocabulary. This lesson is also a perfect opportunity to involve your students in a discussion about the importance of social media in our lives. Happy Fest ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
Hi all, just wanted to share this resource with you. Hope you'll find it valuable.http://blog.hubert.ai/the-3-best-teacher-feedback-questions-to-continuously-ask-your-students/ ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
We posted another article on our blog today giving some tips for newer teachers on how to develop good behaviour in the classroom. If you have any great tips of your own, we'd love to hear about them! The art of classroom discipline – Link ... Read more
That's a SALAD-salad
Posted by Link Languages - 10 Dec. 2017
Category: Teaching Articles
Check out our first blog post about lexical cloning! That's a SALAD-salad – Link  ... Read more
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Hello fellow teachers. A partner and I have made a website full of interactive step by step IELTS material for your computer based lessons. Try this one with your IELTS students on Complex Noun Phrases: http://www.ieltstutors.org/ieltstutors-tips-blog/ielts-band-7-grammar-complex-noun-phrasesLet us ... Read more
grammar handouts generator
Posted by DIY - 09 Dec. 2017
Category: Classroom Materials
DIY Handouts is a free platform that allows English teachers to build grammar exercises from examples already available in the database. You can create handouts perfectly suitable for your students' needs. www.diyhandouts.com ... Read more
Christmas Activities
Posted by Alexandra - 09 Dec. 2017
Category: Forum
Hi everyone!I am Alex and I am an English Language Teacher and an ELT blogger. I'm very excited about becoming a part of this website, In my latest post I'm sharing a few Christmas lesson ideas that have been thoroughly enjoyed by my students and me in the last few years of my teaching experience. C ... Read more
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The new year is nearly here and with it comes the expectation to make resolutions to change something in your life; to become the best possible version of you. Or at least to make a list of the characteristics that the best possible version of you would have. Whether you will spend less time on Face ... Read more
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Hi everyone. I'm currently looking for ESL teachers in Thailand who might be interested in doing a questionnaire about Thai learners' oral communication skills. Your opinions will be really helpful to my research design project. I wish to study more about Thai students' problems or difficulties on o ... Read more
ESL, EFL, ELT... WTF!?
Posted by RICHARD - 02 Dec. 2017
Category: Forum
Acronyms are everywhere in English-language teaching. They describe what we do, how we do it, and to whom. But is the myriad of acronyms necessary? Can we streamline and agree on a single solution for the English-teaching sector? As I look for social media groups to join, websites to search for j ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
How would you like to be thrown into a pool without knowing how to swim?Well, that’s what beginner English students feel when thrown into the classroom and are expected to know exactly what the teacher is saying. The teacher often speaks in English without giving instruction in the students first la ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
You know the expression “we learn from our mistakes,” right? OK -- but what if we don't realise what our mistakes are? In this post, I've identified 3 of the most common types of mistakes English learners make. I bet most of your students are making at least one of these... Click here to ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
English teachers who are asked to teach young learners for the first time often ask "How should I teach them?" My answer is - Don't.   ??? That's right - Don't teach them at all. Young children learn on their own without being taught. Expose them to English by speaking to them, singing, playing ga ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
Here are some fun activities for using videos with the sound turned off.Remember the old adage: a picture tells a thousand words. Well, a quick and simple way to use YouTube clips with your learners is to turn the sound off and focus on the images. This means that your learners create the audio! The ... Read more
Category: Classroom Materials
I would like to share with you a listening activity for small groups. It is my interpretation of ‘Catching The Right Train’ which was an activity I learnt from a course. I hope you will like it and your students will have lots of fun. It is an activity which provides a lot of language you can hear a ... Read more