You know what goes hand in hand with watching TV?
It’s not snacks and comfy chairs—it’s learning a new language.
Don’t believe me? Then ask your students what their hobbies are and see how many of them love watching …
Ever had those days where it felt like nothing was working?
Maybe your lesson was a bit ho-hum, or perhaps the students were giving you an especially hard time that day.
By the end of the class, you probably wanted …
Public speaking can be a scary thing.
Also known as glossophobia, the fear of public speaking is a major source of anxiety for roughly 75% of people worldwide.
However, public speaking is an essential skill everyone needs to …
Incorporating students’ real-world knowledge and experiences into your lessons makes the learning process more effective.
And one easy and fun way to do that is by talking about family.
Read this post for ten creative and effective ESL classroom …
When learning a new language, many students start with numbers.
From there, the natural progression is to tell the time.
That’s where things get more difficult.
That’s why you have to make it immersive and interesting. Sometimes it’s okay to …
When you’re teaching English to teenagers, creating the right environment is crucial.
The pictures on the walls, the color scheme of the room and the way the desks are arranged can all change the way your students learn.
A row of bored-looking kids (or adults) sits staring at you, waiting.
Your task is to entertain and educate these individuals in a way that sets you apart from the competition.
No, you’re not a clown in a circus. Though …
British culture is more than just drinking tea, eating biscuits and watching football.
And as an ESL teacher, you can open up a window to this part of the world for your students.
By adding some culture into your British …
Teaching abroad could be one of the greatest experiences of your life.
For many, living and working in another country is a bucket-list item.
But before you set off on your journey of a lifetime, first you’ll need to …
Every ESL teacher has seen TED talks for English language learners at this point.
They’re not only some of the best videos on the internet, but some of the best video resources for ESL classrooms, too.
Both ESL students …
Learn a language with real-world videos!