English tongue twisters will help students of English as a Second Language to improve their speech. It will also help people who do public speaking, such as actors,barristers,and corporate public speakers. Learning to say tongue twisters is an enjoyable method of speech training to encourage...
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.
A stimulating ESL lesson plan about unusual jobs. Designed to maximise discussion in your classroom.
Dictation exercises for ESL students can be worthwhile in measuring proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This hub analyzes the results of a dictation exercise for EFL students.
5 great grammar games for teaching and practising reported speech.
Teaching EFL in Thailand is a lot different from my previous experiences of teaching EFL and ESL in Taiwan and the United States. Read about the good, the bad, and the ugly of teaching in Thailand.
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.
Would you rather be in class or at the park? Go to space or explore the ocean? Have a party or just relax around the house? "Would you rather" questions are an excellent way to give your ESL students practice with both grammar and speaking. I...
This article describes two ESL listening activities that may be useful in teaching listening to students of English as a Second Language. These activities can be used separately or they can be used in the same lesson plan. If used together the first activity will help to model the second activity...
The English Language is filled with peculiarities. It seems to me that words are the poorest way to get messages across, and it must be doubly hard for those learning it as a second language.