Here’s the second of my lessons designed for online adult classes. This one is suitable for students in management positions who are upper-intermediate and advanced, and is focused on the differences between managing remotely and face-to-face. Download Slides: Lesson Plan … Continue reading Lesson Plan: Managing Remote Workers
Here’s a lesson that you should find very useful at the moment. It’s all about working from home and is designed for adult B2 and above students. Enjoy! Remote Working – Google Slides Continue reading Lesson Plan: Remote Working
In my second post in this series on online teaching, I explained how I think that the current coronavirus pandemic might speed up the increasing demand for online language lessons. And whether it happens or not, I think it is … Continue reading Getting Ready For Our Digital Future
As I write this, we are in the midst of the coronavirus emergency that is sweeping across the world. I have no idea what the effect of this will be in the long-term but I suspect that one of the … Continue reading Is Online Teaching Going To Go Viral?
Recently, as you’ll be very aware, some teachers around the world have been thrust into teaching online without much training or time to prepare. Kate Knight, the Director of Studies at International House Milan, described this situation in a recent … Continue reading Tips for Teaching Online
Fake news, post-truth, and alternative facts are three buzz terms that seem to sum up this strange time we live in. It’s something that fascinates me, and as a language teacher I feel that I’m in a position where I … Continue reading Fake news – a lesson plan