10 Board Games for EFL Teachers

10 Board Games for EFL Teachers

How often do you play board games with your English learners? With a little bit of imagination, you can use your board to practise grammar, lexis and pronunciation in lots of fun and engaging ways that will make your learners love your classes. If you’re lucky,...
10 Dictation Activites for EFL classes

10 Dictation Activites for EFL classes

Why write things on the board for the students to write in their notebooks when you can dictate them? In this post, you’ll read about 10 simple but fun dictation activities  that can be used with kids and adult learners. Dictation fell out of fashion in EFL but...

Last-minute Love Lessons

Whoops! You’ve completely forgotten that Valentine’s Day is round the corner and you haven’t planned anything with a romantic theme for your classes.   Don’t panic – Here are 3 last-minute love lessons / activities for you to try...

Teach sentence stress with Bob and Julie

English is often termed a stress-timed language, which means that we pronounce content words (often nouns, adjectives and main verbs) more loudly and more slowly than grammar words like prepositions and articles. The beat or rhythm of the language is also determined...