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.
It should be the goal of all language learners to improve their vocabulary. This can only be done by learning how to actively produce more literary and specialized words in speaking and writing.
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.
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 +
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.
Includes free downloadable language development pictorial aids complete with questions based on Marion Blank's "levels of questioning". Suitable for literacy development, language delay and Autism.
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.
Foreign language transcription is very useful in learning listening skills. With examples taken from Thai and Chinese Mandarin, this hub examines problems faced in foreign language transcription.
Getting to Know you Icebreakers for the ESL classroom that are interactive and fun for everyone. Great ESL icebreakers for your first week of classes.
In the Bat Man movies and TV series, when Robin and Bat Man would fight their enemies, onomatopoeia words would be used to express their actions. Words like: KABOOM, BANG, POW, WHACK, WHAM, BOINK, POP... would be shown on the screen. ...