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.
Speaking English fluently can be a challenge. But it doesn't have to be that way since there are simple ways to improve one's verbal skills. Read more to pick up 5 simple tips...
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.
Engaging lesson plan about color and its meaning. Emphasis is on speaking in this activity. Suitable for intermediate, upper-intermediate and advanced levels. Lots of fun!
This is a quiz with a difference. It's quirky and entertaining. It's designed to get your ESL students talking and having fun. It will also give you, the teacher, a break from the old routine.
Need to practise the present perfect continuous? Try out these 4 useful and motivating ideas to help your learners remember this tense.
A Perfect Holiday You Would Like To Go On - sample question and high score answer for the IELTS (International English Language Testing System).
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.
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.
As an English teacher in a different country, you may or may not be able to speak your students' first language. Here are some good and bad sides to being able to do so.