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...
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.
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.
The wise ESL and EFL teacher should spend extra time making sure that his or her students understand common words used as homonyms, homophones, and homographs. This can only be done through practice.
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.
Make English learning fun; teach with stories! Fairy tales and picture books can make children and adults alike really learn to love English. Here's how to incorporate stories into your lessons.
Piece of cake! FreeDigitalPhotos.net Too many cooks spoil the broth is an idiom that says that having lots of people working on the same thing may actually be bad. In this case, “many” is not necessarily good. ...
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...
English is an important second language in Malaysia, but the natives find it hard to learn the language. This hub aims to help foreign English teachers learn about the differences between the two.
Sometimes we feel insecure about English punctuation marks, especially when we are not a native speaker. This article is an uncomplicated review of the rules for abbreviations, commas and semicolon.