Teaching adults can be a great privilege.
Let them know you care with outstanding, informative lesson plans!
Adult students are eager to learn.
They take responsibility for their learning progress.
They often provide a wonderful snapshot of their own culture…
It’s often said that children are like sponges.
They learn more quickly and efficiently than adults, soaking in new words and vocabulary relatively easily—especially if it’s coming from the TV.
Who says TV can’t teach them anything? Start using it …
There is no better way to learn English than to immerse yourself in it.
But for your students who might not be located in a native English speaking country, how can they be immersed in English?
In your classroom!
A pack of trained wolf-like creatures are chasing a man in the forest.
The man is trying to cross the border illegally.
Suddenly they stop and refuse to attack him.
But they’ve never let anyone pass before. So why this …
We all know that class.
The one that never listens unless you have just the right activity or lesson.
Or, on the opposite end of the spectrum, that special class that does well with everything—but really thrives when given …
Who? What? When? Where? Why?
Every journalist worth their salt understands why each of these questions must be answered when reporting the news.
But these five W’s are also a great way for ESL students to improve their writing and …