Bucket List

Students will understand the concept of the “bucket list” but you might even show them a little clip from the famous movie so they understand this.

Then get them to write out their own bucket list and share with classmates … Read More ....

Around The World

This is very much like the famous quiz game, Golden Bell. Play until one student standing who can then challenge the teacher.

Students stand in a line. The first two in the line face off. The teacher shows a … Read More ....

A 4 Word Story

Level: Elementary +

Aim: to revise vocabulary or grammar; to practice word order; to practice fluency

Time: 15 minutes or more

Language skills: speaking, writing, reading, listening

Types of learners: auditory, visual

Material: an A5 blank piece … Read More ....

My Favorite Subject

MY FAVOURITE SUBJECT

 

Level: Intermediate+

Aim: to practice fluency; to practice word order; to revise vocabulary

Time: 20 minutes or more

Language skills: speaking (in variation – writing, reading)

Types of learners: auditory, kinesthetic, visual

Materials for the Read More ....

Inside Outside Circles

I’ve seen classrooms literally transformed when teachers start using this technique in their classrooms! It’s great for conversation based activities or taking up homework or exercises.

Description
Inside Outside Circle is a kinesthetic activity that involves all students in the … Read More ....

English Is Everywhere

A very simple idea and great for the start of a class year or course.

Give students strips of paper, scotch tape and markers.

Get the students to go around the classroom and label everything, everywhere!  Stapler, ceiling, door, calendar, … Read More ....

Write An Obituary

A very simple but effective writing, research and presentation lesson.

Get students researching a famous person and writing their obituary! Then have them present the information in class.

This template will make the project simple. Perhaps first discuss with students … Read More ....

The Top 100 Videos For ELT

It’s the Youtube generation we’re teaching!  Here is our recommended “best” 100 Youtube videos for teaching English.

Get the full list on EFL Classroom 2.0 + resources to download and use to teach with each video!  Click the image below … Read More ....

Comparing 2 things

Many teachers use a Venn Diagram for comparing 2 things (items, events, ideas, movies, books, etc …) Get a list of things to compare here.

I like this simple organizer I designed. A little clearer and structured.

Makes for a … Read More ....

Never gonna give you up …

A simple idea for students to practice “gonna”.

Play the iconic video Never Gonna Give You Up. Students simply check the things Rick is never gonna do.

Or don’t use the checklist at first, just let them listen and take … Read More ....