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.
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...
In addition to speaking, proficiency in writing is an important skill which all EFL and ESL students must acquire. This hub suggests five proven strategies to improve all students' writing skills.
Team competition review games go a long way in helping students enthusiastically get ready for the big test. In this hub, I illustrate the use of team competition review games in preparing for tests.
Learning what are cognitive metaphors, how understanding metaphors in more depth helps teach English students, and how cognitive metaphor study can fight against dementia.
Discover one of the creepiest destinations that the danger tourist is attracted to in this ESL lesson plan. Suitable for advanced levels. 60-90 minutes.
Fun conditional activities for your ESL classroom.
All about teaching in South Korea. This is part of a series that covers the package, applying and arriving in South Korea. It is an excellent opportunity, so why not take a look!
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.
Dictation exercises for ESL students can be worthwhile in measuring proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This hub analyzes the results of a dictation exercise for EFL students.