English as a Second Language is not easy to learn. This is because English has its own set of rules in grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciations that might be very different from that of the native language of English...
Getting to Know you Icebreakers for the ESL classroom that are interactive and fun for everyone. Great ESL icebreakers for your first week of classes.
Novel ideas to help you make the most of your current pronunciation skills while continuing to learn, grow and improve your fluency.
Learning word families can help your students gain greater understanding of the English language. Improve vocabulary, grammar and speaking and writing in the classroom using simple teaching methods.
TOEIC or the Test of English for International Communication is one the most in-demand English tests among business professionals around the world. TOEIC measures the ability of non-native English speakers to use...
This article attempts to explain what pitch and pitch range are, how pitch is used and how it effects the meaning of the utterances, and it consists suggestions for English language teachers how to teach correct English...
Crispy tarantulas, smelly shark and boiled alive baby duck – Do people really eat these strange dishes? Find out with this lesson plan that your students will love talking about. Intermediate +
Teaching English as a foreign language can be challenging when taught to French speakers. Here are a few tips to help your French students learn how to speak Shakespeare's language more easily.
An original, engaging idea for ESL or EFL teachers to use in active speaking classes. Create a conversation box, and learn to use it effectively.
A speaking and listening lesson based on Dragons' Den for learners of English. Students watch a pitch for a Harry Potter style magic wand then deliver pitches for their own inventions.