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How to add drama to your EFL classes by using role plays and acting out scenes.
Here are some ideas to help you make grammar teaching interesting, pleasant or at least as painless as possible.
Songs have long been a favourite resource among EFL teachers. Here are a few ideas to get the most out of music in the classroom.
10 ideas for activities that don’t need a lot of preparation, and can be adapted to many different language points, giving you something that can be used again and again.
How projects such as class magazines and surveys can provide a welcome break from the norm for both teacher and students.
How to use interative story telling to practise both listening and speaking skills.
An effective warmer could make the difference between an alert and participating class, and a group of zombies who decide to catch up on the sleep they missed out on from partying the night before.
Does art have a place in language learning? Children are naturally creative and respond to visual images, so art can assist a teacher with many aspects of teaching English.