Planning is useful, before we teach a lesson we need to decide what the goals or aims of the lesson are.
Help your students learn three phrasal verbs commonly used in business with these downloadable study pages.
Try the following exercise to help you be 'top dog' at animal idioms!
The teaching points for this exercise are saying the time, distance & frequency, plane travel and cardinal numbers.
Why teach collocation? Getting the right combination of words is a challenge, some can perhaps be predicted, others simply have to be learned.
A lesson plan to present and practise 14 compound words related to jobs.
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Nina Lauder discusses the benefits of CLIL in the classroom.
Norman Whitney, author of Star Team, offers practical advice for dealing with the challenges of mixed abilities.
A fun way to revise vocabulary for very young learners.
Why Derek Strange, author of New Chatterbox, favours a 'seriously fun' approach to teaching children.
Tips for making the transition from teaching general to business English an enjoyable one.
These two fun activities can be used to encourage students to participate, and interact with one another in the classroom.
A creative story-making activity which encourages confidence and fluency in spoken and written English.
Fun pronunciation games and activities.