Here’s another poster for you (I wrote about my love of classroom posters here). Unlike previous examples, they don’t always have to have a linguistic purpose, but can also help the learners be better at studying. In this case, it … Continue reading Download Of The Month: Plagiarism Poster
Here’s a super simple way to get your students talking. A couple of simple questions for them to talk about in pairs and small groups. And even people who don’t like superhero movies can imagine having a super power! Continue reading Download Of The Month: Superpower Warmer
As I mentioned here, I’m a big fan of posters in the classroom, so here’s another one I made for you to download and print out. Don’t forget that this isn’t a substitute for teaching, it’s a support for accurate … Continue reading Download Of The Month: Uncountable Nouns Poster
It’s always good to get your students making up stories and exercising their imagination, and on this powerpoint you can give your students a fun way to create a story to get them ready for class. The procedures are very … Continue reading Download Of The Month: Storytelling Icons Warmer
This is one in a series of posts in which I look back on 10 years of blogging and reflect on posts from the past. I was slightly nervous about this one, if I’m being honest. I hadn’t read this … Continue reading Reflections on… Pronunciation
Here’s another useful classroom poster for you. I used this one when I had a group of teenagers that I was struggling with. Find out why I’m a big fan of classroom posters here. Continue reading Download Of The Month: Respect Poster
This is one in a series of posts in which I look back on 10 years of blogging and reflect on posts from the past. 10 years ago I wrote this post in which I pontificated on the amazing productivity … Continue reading Reflections on… How do they get time?
(Almost) Infinite ELT Ideas was an idea originally conceived by Sandy Millin, and shared on her blog of the same name. In her words… I will post a prompt for you to exercise your teaching muscles by making suggestions on … Continue reading (Almost) Infinite ELT Ideas: Mystery Objects
In this warmer, you are encouraging the students to be a bit rebellious and break the rules! Procedure (slide 2) Show the class the first example and ask them to tell you what has happened (a student has drawn a … Continue reading Download Of The Month: Coursebook Creativity Warmer
This is one in a series of posts in which I look back on 10 years of blogging and reflect on posts from the past. In my last post, I reflected back on one of the most popular posts I’ve … Continue reading Reflections on… Teaching Like Mike Leigh?