Thought-provoking articles and classroom ideas for English teachers who never stop learning.
We all know that students’ and teachers’ emotions can vary significantly between the start and end of a lesson. But how can we help students to consider the importance of their emotions more in class, as well as develop a stronger emotional understanding between teacher and students? In this blog post, we focus on practical ways to increase emotional intelligence in class.Read this post
We left this first part of this blog post facing a difficult issue: you can’t expect students to read extensively until they have a reasonable vocabulary; yet the best way to expand one’s vocabulary is by reading extensively. Here’s how we solve this enigma.Read this post
A third of today’s jobs require public speaking. However, the idea of expressing oneself in front of an audience is terrifying for most people! You can give your students a vital life skill by integrating presentations into your English class.Read this post
This blog presents ideas on how you can assess your students in face-to-face and/or digital learning environments. We may not be aware of how much information we receive from our students when we are physically with them, but these subconscious or semi-conscious formative assessments are lost the minute we see our students through a computer screen. There are ways to compensate for this loss, and this blog will give you concrete tools that will help you to realise effective evaluations of your students' progress.Read this post