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.
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.
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 +
Taking TOEIC Speaking exams can be a nerve-wracking experience for English as a second language test-takers. This is because TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) Speaking exams require test-takers to speak in fluent English in...
Reading aloud is a worthwhile activity for EFL students. It is an excellent method for improving students' reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. This hub gives tips for reading aloud.
It should be the goal of all language learners to improve their vocabulary. This can only be done by learning how to actively produce more literary and specialized words in speaking and writing.
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.
Improved conversation skills for the adult EFL and ESL learner are extremely important for travel, overseas study, and interacting with foreigners. Learn teaching English conversation to adults.
A refreshing article on a ground breaking linguistic teaching methodology involving the use of cinema and television as a new and useful tool to implement in the English classroom.
IELTS is a mandatory test to access the language ability of candidates who wish to study or work in those countries where English is the primary language of communication.