Teaching Tips

14 Things To Do To Improve Your Teaching

14 Things To Do To Improve Your Teaching

Getting your certification doesnโ€™t mean that you know how to teach, just like having years of experience doesnโ€™t mean you canโ€™t improve. Even though this sounds negative, you can view it in a positive light by knowing there are many...

Using Multimedia in Classroom Teaching

Using Multimedia in Classroom Teaching

Today, it is normal that students in elementary school, high school, and university learn English. However, standard methods of teaching are often not enough. Can teachers successfully incorporate multimedia into their classes and...

Teaching English Online: The Beginner’s Guide, Part Two

Teaching English Online: The Beginner’s Guide, Part Two

In the first part of this article, we looked at the perks and pitfalls of teaching English online and introduced some different styles of classes you can use. Continue reading for more tips on how to build a successful online...

Teaching English Online: The Beginner’s Guide, Part One

Teaching English Online: The Beginner’s Guide, Part One

It's estimated that roughly 1.5 billion people are learning English as a second language (for everyday use) or as a foreign language (to use for pleasure, holidays or work). An increasing number of people are learning and practising...

English Pronunciation: How to Teach It and Why

English Pronunciation: How to Teach It and Why

In todayโ€™s world, English has become an international language that people from all parts of the world use to communicate with one another. To enable their students to use and produce this language effortlessly and smoothly, it is...

Using Real-World Materials in the Classroom

Using Real-World Materials in the Classroom

I love using real-world materials when teaching English. Authentic materials are plenty and easy to find. Whether it is news articles for reading lessons, realia (real-life objects) to make learning new vocabulary more memorable or...

Teaching Tips for Challenging Students

Teaching Tips for Challenging Students

We've all had students who were challenging in one way or another. Perhaps they're a bright child who feels bored in the classroom or someone at the other end of the scale who struggles to keep up. Maybe a child has trouble paying...

Setting Homework for Adult Learners

Setting Homework for Adult Learners

Homework isnโ€™t just for school children. Everyone can benefit from it, no matter the age. Read on for some tips on how to effectively set homework for adults. The benefits of homework are numerous, from consolidating knowledge,...

Activities for Teaching about Animals

Activities for Teaching about Animals

All TEFL teachers have their go-to topics when they get a class assigned at the last minute. It's good to have a few games and activities up your sleeve for when you need to teach at short notice, and if they have a similar theme,...

5 Ways to Use the Power of Smartphones in your ESL Classroom

5 Ways to Use the Power of Smartphones in your ESL Classroom

If you canโ€™t get your student to stop playing on their phones in the classroom, donโ€™t struggle with it. Embrace it and get students to use their smartphones to learn English in your classroom. Phones in the classroom are often...

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