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
It is clear that speaking is an important skill in language learning and teaching since the purpose is getting across the meaning effectively.
A couple of years ago I participated in a conference where some famous speakers were sharing interesting materials.
Whenever I am planning discussion sessions in my lessons, my biggest concern is to provide all my students with the chance to express their ideas and by this I don’t mean just a teacher-students in
I’d like to share a site which has so many magnificent materials both for EFL and ESL teachers. http://eslsite.com/ It involves not only teaching materials or ideas but also articles for teachers.
Questions and answers can be part of every stage of the lesson. Sometimes we even set the task of asking a number of questions: “Interview B.
A lot of language lessons include parts in students share ideas in groups. Depending on how many students I have in a class, I divide them into groups of four to six.
Last week I conducted a lesson on animal rights with a group of 14- year- olds and, among other problems, we mentioned testing cosmetic products on animals.
I have noticed that videos, films, and authentic materials are one of the most popular topics being discussed by several of you Blogathon-ers :)
For this, in this post I decided to introduce