Top TV Shows for English Language Learners

Top TV Shows for English Language Learners

One goal of English language instruction is to help learners gain the skills to use English confidently in every day conversations. To build that confidence, it helps to hear lots of English conve ...
Tips for Hosting an English Language Learner

Tips for Hosting an English Language Learner

English language learners come in many forms. Some learn English in their home countries. Some study the language online. Others head to an English-speaking country to build their skills and put t ...
6 Tips for Teaching Teenagers

6 Tips for Teaching Teenagers

Teenagers can be the most demanding group of students to teach but with their mix of enthusiasm and ability to learn quickly, they can also be the most rewarding. 1. Setting Ground Rules In the ...
Teaching The Pronunciation of C and G

Teaching The Pronunciation of C and G

In English, there are letters that represent more than just one sound. Two  examples of this are the letters C and G. Both of these letters represent two  sounds that can be referred to ...
How to Teach Fluency and Comprehension Side-by-Side

How to Teach Fluency and Comprehension Side-by-Side

As teachers, we strive to create strong readers. We want students who can read a text aloud accurately and with appropriate expression. Sometimes, however, the development of fluency comes at the ...
How to Make English Language Learners Feel Welcome in the Classroom

How to Make English Language Learners Feel Welcome in the Classroom

Particularly in the United States, English language learners may feel out of place in the English classroom. Not only do they not speak the language, but their culture and traditions are often vas ...
10 Reasons to Learn English

10 Reasons to Learn English

Although many of your students may already recognize the benefits of knowing English, some may still be on the fence and question the necessity of what you're trying to teach them. And when bogged ...
4 Simple Listening Activities - No Prep Required

4 Simple Listening Activities - No Prep Required

Listening tasks don’t always need a lot of preparation, asking students to note down the main points or creating generic questions that you can use for a range of different material can help ...
How to Teach Kids English Online

How to Teach Kids English Online

With the recent popularity of sites such as VIPKID and ALO7, more teachers than ever have started teaching kids English online. While the job might seem easy, teaching kids comes with its own set ...
No Prep Grammar: The Future Tenses - The Difference Between Going To and Will

No Prep Grammar: The Future Tenses - The Difference Between Going To and Will

For your lowest level learners, explaining that going to and will mean the same thing is probably okay  - they do both express the future,  but as your students progress you’ll nee ...
Passive Voice in Stages

Passive Voice in Stages

Passive voice exercises in stages, including parts of speech. 3 pages of exercises and a writing assignment at the end. Can be used as a test too.Section A is converting sentences from passive to ...
New York, New York - Frank Sinatra

New York, New York - Frank Sinatra

A song gapfill worksheet for Frank Sinatra's New York, New York. Students listen to the song, choose the correct word, and then use context to guess meaning. Good for any lessons about New York, ...
Old Church Choir - Christian Song (Beginner Level)

Old Church Choir - Christian Song (Beginner Level)

It might be helpful for esl students focused on bible integration. It's a nice form to include simple and new words in the vocabulary of our begginers level students. Also, music is really helpful ...
Numbers 1-10 Quiz

Numbers 1-10 Quiz

It's a quiz for kids with a lot of help (gaps to fill in and letters to help them). Quiz can be given as a revision after introducing numbers, an activity or an actual quiz to check if they know t ...
How Do You Want Your Eggs?

How Do You Want Your Eggs?

This presentation shows eleven ways to ask for eggs with pictures and a box hiding the word. Explore vocabulary (sunny side up, scrambled, hard boiled etc) and conversation talking about the diffe ...
Pronouns and Homophones Worksheet

Pronouns and Homophones Worksheet

Homophones are words that sound the same but have differentspellings and meanings. Some examples of homophone pairs include read/reed, write/right, and their/there.Some pronouns and pronoun/verb c ...
Cloze Activity - Facts About Forces

Cloze Activity - Facts About Forces

How do we measure forces? Who was one of the first scientists to study gravity and force? This science resource asks students to read the facts about forces and motion and fill in the missing word ...
Goofy Basketball

Goofy Basketball

This is a worksheet based on the video "Goofy Basketball" which encourages young learners to start working with worksheets. Even at the end they can do a little of maths using the vocabulary provi ...
Passive Voice- Present Simple & Past Simple Exercises

Passive Voice- Present Simple & Past Simple Exercises

There is a short info section on the rules for Passive Voice, form and use for two tenses: Present Simple and Past Simple. There are two exercises to practise the Present Simple & the Past Sim ...
Ordinal Numbers Practise in Words

Ordinal Numbers Practise in Words

Ordinal numbers writing practice, in short form and in words. Not for identifying the order, but for practice in writing the form.This is a slightly nicer format of an identical content worksheet ...