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.
How to teach your ESL/EFL students the difference between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect.
Are you a teacher who needs icebreakers for your first week of class? Here are 5 getting to know you games or icebreakers for the ESL classroom.
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...
Mime is a fun way to help your students learn how to observe and describe different actions. Discover the secret of this simple technique which will both delight and challenge your learners.
Effective reading comprehension strategies are necessary for improving the reading proficiency of all students. This hub applies reading comprehension strategies in understanding news articles.
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.
Students and schools expect and even demand entertainment in the classroom. This hub suggests ways of increasing student participation in the classroom with educational and enjoyable activities.
IELTS is a mandatory test to access the language ability of candidates who wish to study or work in those countries where English is the primary language of communication.