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Read Sandy's latest blog post on the use of ELTPics images.

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Customs and traditions are a great subject for conversations, discussions at any age/level.

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This neat little sign presents several avenues of exploration, and thus at least three different approaches to the lesson.

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Using pictures as props is part and parcel of our daily ELT life.

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One of my first experiences as a teacher trainer was in 1990 when I did an in-house training workshop for my colleagues in an English...

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The blog post below is a complete lesson plan based around the image 'Marry me'.

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The Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) is my favorite, and central, instructional strategy for teaching Beginning English Language...

  • Read Sandy's latest blog post on the use of ELTPics images.This photo would be great for practicing the language of speculation.It lends itself well to being revealed gradually, with students speculating based on what they can see in each version of...
  • MARRY ME: CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS. Nina M.K., Ph.D.
  • THE WEIRD WEEKEND. Nina MK, Ph.D,
  • WAITING FOR THE PLANE. Nina MK, Ph.D. Using pictures as props is part and parcel of our daily ELT life. Visual aids are indispensable for developing speaking and writing skills in learners of any age and level. All we need to do is plan carefully...
  • One of my first experiences as a teacher trainer was in 1990 when I did an in-house training workshop for my colleagues in an English academy in Madrid. The workshop was about using pictures in the classroom. I remember it because I’d been nervous...
  • The blog post below is a complete lesson plan based around the image 'Marry me'. It is designed to be used with teenage and adult learners who have a CEF level B1 and above.Instructions for teachers:Part 1: Introducing the topic and speaking practice
  • The Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) is my favorite, and central, instructional strategy for teaching Beginning English Language Learners.The PWIM uses an inductive process (in which students seek patterns and use them to identify their broader...