Teaching and learning vocabulary is one of the most important activities in EFL and ESL teaching. This hub points out the disadvantages of using translation, and suggests alternatives for learning vocabulary.
This article describes two ESL listening activities that may be useful in teaching listening to students of English as a Second Language. These activities can be used separately or they can be used in the same lesson plan. If used together the first activity will help to model the second activity...
Language discrimination can lead to generalized negative evaluations of those with an imperfect command of English. This, in turn, can lead to negative self-evaluations and self-fulfilling prophecies.
I have been there. Leaning English, especially speaking English can be a daunting task for non-English speakers. Check this article on how to get around it.
English teaching in Thailand is much different from that of western countries. Based on my seven years of teaching in Bangkok, learn how to survive as a new foreign English teacher in Thailand.
Assessing listening and speaking proficiency ratings of ESL students must be improved. The U.S. Government's Interagency Language Roundtable language skill level ratings are worth using today.
5 great grammar games for teaching and practising reported speech.
Using visual aids in your classes to help your student master the English language. Tips and advice on the best ways to improve learning.
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.
ESL Reading class can be fun and interactive by using games. Try on of these reading activities in your ESL classroom.