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 public speaking can be very challenging. It can also be very interesting and worthwhile. This hub suggests teaching public speaking by letting EFL students give their own speeches.
How to teach your ESL/EFL students the difference between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect.
As English speakers we hear an expression and know instantly there is the potential for danger. We instinctively know what action to take. If you are new to English, these idioms can cause confusion.
Unable to find ideas for an ESL final lesson in any of the resources, this is what I devised and hopefully it may be useful for other ESL teachers.
Effective reading comprehension strategies will go a long way in improving the reading skills of EFL and ESL students. This hub suggests activating background knowledge and reading for a purpose.
Native language interference in learning a second language is a major problem for ESL students and learners of other foreign languages. This hub examines types of native language interference.
5 great grammar games for teaching and practising reported speech.
How to better set goals for learning a new language.
Using songs to teach English just makes sense. Music is the universal language and can be used to teach a variety of learning objectives. It is also suitable for all ages, from small kids to adults.