Thought-provoking articles and classroom ideas for English teachers who never stop learning.
Motivating Students Through Culture
Often it is culture which first attracts students to learning a language. Students often enjoy travelling to different countries, reading foreign books or watching foreign films and series. Teaching about culture can be key to engaging your students and helping them to make progress. In his latest post, Nathan Whittle explains how to maximise this opportunity.Read this post
Every now and again it's good to be reminded of classroom tools that stand the test of time yet have maybe fallen into disuse in your teaching. Realia are one such tool. Rediscover the power of using objects in the classroom with Nick Franklin!Read this post
A good approach to testing students’ levels of English will start you on the right foot to building a great personal relationship. It will help you form groups that work well and spread positive word-of-mouth about your academy. It’s a step you should never skip. Nathan Whittle explains.Read this post
Are you looking to raise environmental awareness in your classroom, but you just don’t have the time? You’ve come to the right place! In this post, and in part 2 coming soon, we’ll be bringing you some activities that can be used in almost any class with little or no prep.Read this post