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.
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.
Non-native users of English as a Second Language almost always struggle with all aspects of English – speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Many also commit errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This is because there are aspects...
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...
Use online articles in your English teaching. They are a great resource that can be used to teach vocabulary. Hubpages, especially,offers a wealth of resources that can be used in the classroom or in a tutoring session.
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...
Some detailed information about teaching English in Cambodia including lists of schools that hire English teachers, salary expectations, cost of living in Cambodia, and volunteer opportunities.
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.
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.
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 +