This post from Mike Astbury features a fun game for practising 'make' and 'do' collocations. It is highly adaptable for other grammar points and easy to prepare.
This month's shortlist includes advice on using film in class, an article looking at bias in hiring native over non-native English speaker teachers, a collated list of recommended podcasts for English language teachers, and a list of 10 games using PowerPoint.
Film English | What if? A lesson encouraging students to become film-makers and to bring their films into the language classroom, based around a short film called, 'What if?'
TEFL Equity Advocates: Amy Thompson | Who is qualified to teach English? Amy Thompson compares popular notions with the hard evidence.
Dylan Gates | 7 Must-Listen Podcasts for English Language Teachers. Keep up-to-date with English teaching innovations and listen to discussions with expert teachers and trainers with these podcast recommendations from Dylan Gates.
Tekhnologic | 10 More PowerPoint Games. The Balloon Game, Grammar Auction, Dungeon Maze are just some of the readymade PowerPoint classroom games created and presented here by Tekhnologic.