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
Now, more than ever, environmental sustainability is a central topic in the classroom. Here are 5 ways we can include these themes in our lessons so that it becomes easy for students to think about sustainability and begin green habits that could last a lifetime.Read this post
This blog presents ideas on how you can redistribute the materials you give in either face-to-face or online classes to take more advantage of synchronous classes with your students. Assigning lower-level thinking activities outside of class is beneficial to everyone, as during synchronous classes your students are more prepared to participate in higher-level cognitive activities, and your lessons on the whole become more meaningful.Read this post
A challenging start to the new term can be made easier with the Richmond Essential Start materials.Read this post