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Are you about to move abroad to TEFL? Or have you been there a while and think you could share your experience and tips with our audience? We would love to hear from you! What we would ask All we … Read More
I remember teaching a short course some time ago for advanced English students. The first part of the course was fairly standard – vocabulary building, role-plays, some debates on artificial themes et cetera. The final part of the course, though, … Read More
Last week, I wrote about the 3 main elements on the way to fluency (practice, knowledge and confidence). Here I want to talk about the practicalities of becoming fluent.
Thankfully, I’ve had very few lessons that I would call ‘bad’. I’m sure my students would say I’ve had many bad lessons but I won’t bother asking them.
Here are my top ten websites for free ESL/EFL lesson plans. If you’ve got any other sites to recommend, please leave a comment below!
Teaching vocabulary is important because the more words your students know, the better they can express themselves and the more they can understand. How, then, do you go about teaching vocabulary?
The internet is bursting with sites offering lesson plans, handouts and tips for TEFL. Here are some of the best sites I have come across while trawling Google’s pages.