Here are 2 activities I’ve come up with which hopefully can enliven your classes and provide your students with natural context for using English to describe pictures and practice/review vocabulary
This is my second post on ideas for short, fun, and motivating writing activities which hopefully will engage your students and help them develop their writing skills.
Writing is one of the most challenging skills for English language learners. It requires motivation and loads of practice.
Here we are back to university,the second semester has begun today.I'm glad but yesterday I was at a loss.I face the same problem two times a year-on the eve of the first working day I torture myse
Hi I have just started teaching in Poland. I have a B2 level Teen private student, once per week, who needs to work on his conversational skills and suffers from a lack of vocabulary.
"Beg, borrow and steal" is good advice.
When I went to the computer lab with my young learners, I realised that creating something using web 2.0 tools won’t very easy with them as I only see them once a week.
I am writing this blog as an outlet for my new-found career as an English teacher here in Buenos Aires.