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Are you searching for teaching interview tips to land your dream teacher job? Wonderful, you found the right post for interview strategies for teachers and other educators. When you walk into a teacher interview, you will be only judged on your responses to the interview questions. The interview ... Read more
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Teaching Grammar – an impossible mission? Teaching Grammar is not an impossible mission. I have been an English teacher for over 40 years and I would like to share my experience and teaching approach with teachers and students who may or may not be familiar with the books I have published and the l ... Read more
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It's easy to settle into a comfortable way of speaking or writing by using the same words or expressions over and over again.  While this in natural, in the classroom we want learners to expand their vocabulary.  One way to do this is by restricting some of those commonly-used words.I do this with a ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
Like many grammar topics, passive voice can be tricky for students.  The application is not always clear to students, and the structure is a little different than what they're used to.  Even students that understand the general concept might not know how to change a sentence from active voice to pas ... Read more
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Hi, I'm inviting you to like this Page because Reading is the best MEDICINE to learn any language. https://www.readlistenlearn.net is FREE Online Library for English teachers & learners to improve English language skills through reading & audio listening! TEACHING RESOURCE - Read Listen Le ... Read more
Fortune Season 1
Posted by Scott - 25 Jan. 2018
Category: Classroom Materials
Our team at Chasing Time English has created an original drama series specifically for English language learners.Fortune is a six-part detective drama that has modified language for viewers at two proficiency levels: A2 (Fortune Blue) and B2 (Fortune Gold)The series is FREE to view on our YouTube ch ... Read more
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It is suggested that the pictures should be laminated for durability.  Photographs have been used so that items can be easily identified.  The vocabulary covered - Kitchen:  fridge, bowl, sink, kettle. pot or pan, table, egg, plate, cooker, washing machine  Sitting Room:  clock, television, rug or m ... Read more
Classroom Games
Posted by Gru Languages - 23 Jan. 2018
Category: Teaching Articles
Hey everyone,Are you looking for some classroom games for you kids' classes?Take a look at these blog posts!:-)https://grulanguages.com/blogs/news/top-5-esl-vocabulary-gameshttps://grulanguages.com/blogs/news/top-3-esl-grammar-gameshttps://grulanguages.com/blogs/news/top-5-warmer-cooler-and-filler-g ... Read more
Inclusivity in the Classroom
Posted by RICHARD - 21 Jan. 2018
Category: Forum
We live in a politically correct world, for the most part. There are words and stereotypes that were commonly used half a century ago that we wouldn’t stand for now. We work hard to make sure that no-one feels their experiences or opinions are worth less than that of an other’s. We still have a way ... Read more
Speaking Practice
Posted by Paul - 19 Jan. 2018
Category: Classroom Materials
Discussions to help your students with their fluency in speaking.  Fun, interesting and made for B1, B2, C1 & C2.  For use with your interactive whiteboard or for students to use on their phone or tablet.A plethora of good quality Pictures, Vocabulary and Grammar for adults and teenagers. http:/ ... Read more
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http://www.linguapolisgame.com/LinguaPolis is a language-learning board game for adults. Students walk around New York and practice speaking English in everyday situations: shopping, driving, going out, hailing a taxi, etc.  ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
Engaging you students so they actively want to learn and stay focused is one of your most valuable skills as an ESL teacher. Games, quizzes, puzzles and other activities help them learn without realising they are learning. While questions, conversation topics and fun sa ... Read more
Fiction Express Competition
Posted by Kirsty - 16 Jan. 2018
Category: Classroom Materials
Win 1 of 5 Fiction Express Bundles for your class!ENTER HEREThe bundle consists of five books for a range of levels and access to one story cycle which lasts for one half-term on our innovative reading platform. All you have to do to enter is answer the super simple question below.For an extra entry ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
As an ESL teacher finding great resources and teaching aids can be an absolute life saver. Your role as educator is simplified with easy to understand references and examples helping cut your workload in half. As we know not all students learn the same way or at the sam ... Read more
Speaking Board Game
Posted by Alexandra - 14 Jan. 2018
Category: Classroom Materials
Here is another board game to encourage your students to talk about a variety of topics. It can be used as a time filler or practice for speaking exams. It might be also played with a new group of students in order to get to know them and assess their spoken English level. Happy Sunday!You can check ... Read more
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  • Amy Looks like fun! Thanks so much for sharing.
Category: Teaching Articles
One of the most common challenges that we can face as teachers, is adapting our classes to different kinds of groups. Take for example different age groups. Even if they have similar ability and knowledge, teaching a group of kids is normally very different to teaching a group of adult learners – le ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
Films are a wonderful supplementary tool when you are learning a foreign language, so it’s great to bear this in mind as a language teacher. Whether you’ve been teaching English for years or you’re studying a CELTA course in London and about to prepare your first class, think about incorporating a r ... Read more
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Over the decades there has been considerable talk and research related to different styles of learning. For years, people were thought to each have a specific style of learning that worked best for them. Now researchers believe that it may be more complicated than simply breaking down learning style ... Read more
New York in Slow English
Posted by Connie - 08 Jan. 2018
Category: Classroom Materials
I have just started a new YouTube channel where I give a grammar lesson, and then use real English conversations to show how the lesson works in real life. Please subscribe if you think this may be helpful! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmAvxFZ5O4XQns7af8_kXJg?view_as=subscriber ... Read more
Category: Teaching Articles
English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers often have difficulty matching the complexity of fiction texts with students' reading levels. Texts that seem appropriate for students of a given level can turn out to be too difficult. Furthermore, it is difficult to choose a series of texts that represen ... Read more