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In their book Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, authors Murcia, Brinton, Snow and Bohlke offer the following listening activities and strategies that every ESL/EFL teacher can use in the classroom....
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Running out of tricks? Here are some quick ESL vocabulary games for young learners that every teacher can rely on anytime of the day!...
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With a little creativity, teachers can also bring the visual power of photos into the classroom! Try these printable Instagram template now!...
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Minute to Win It games for kids at school are the perfect addition to your classroom and can be implemented with very few supplies! ...
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Book Trailer Project is a digital storytelling activity for middle school or high school students after they finish reading a book. ...
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Classroom Screen has over 10 useful widgets that you can project on the screen at the same time, such as timer, work symbols, name picker and more!...
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This is a hands-on CSI classroom activity where students take on the role of forensics expert to solve a mystery murder case that happened in the classroom....
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Here's a list of engaging classroom speaking activities which can be done in a variety of ways such as individual tasks, pair works or group activities....
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This was a short project that went really with my middle school ESL class. My students were able to come up with three products in one activity: a mind map, a self-portrait and an essay. ...
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Are you looking for an online teaching opportunity with a flexible schedule? What if I say you could wear PJs while doing it? A lot of China-based ESL companies are seeking passionate educators to teach English online to hundreds of...
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Here is another list of excellent online vocabulary games generator for ESL/EFL teachers. They are very convenient to use you will be done in seconds!...
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Students research and make a poster about their chosen spooky Halloween character from books or movies....
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QR code classroom activity based on Pokémon Go, an augmented reality mobile game where players locate and capture virtual creatures called Pokémon....
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Some tips and ideas on how to use kahoot as a teacher to liven up your warm up activities, quizzes and reviews, with sample Kahoot to play with!...
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The concept of Bring Your Own Device or BYOD is gradually being implemented in schools and classrooms. BYOD permits students to use devices such as smart phones, tablets, and laptops in order to provide them with 21st century learning opportunities and...
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In this project, students will be working in pairs to create their own country from scratch. They will also choose a type of government government system....
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As the school year winds down, it is sometimes difficult to keep teaching to the last minute so here are 13 fun things to do on the last day of school!...
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I once had a challenging experience running a book club with low-level English students in Vietnam. I wanted something that will challenge them so I chose a book that wasn’t too easy like a graded reader. I had to consider...
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Here's an absolutely free classroom tools for teachers that I've been using called Super Teacher Tools which provides classroom management materials!...
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There are many types of vocabulary puzzles for all ages including adults! Students can create the puzzles for their classmates to solve!...
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