Teaching Resources

Consider this your giant cookbook of teaching. Except, we’re preparing classes, not cakes.

7 Part-Time Work From Home...

In today’s world of ubiquitous WiFi and the oh-so-convenient “cloud,” many professional tasks can now be done virtually, creating ample opportunities for part-time work...

8 Entry-Level Work From Home...

If you’ve recently graduated, or are considering a career change, the allure of a entry level work-from-home job might be right up your alley....

ESL Activities to Learn Food...

Food is one of the most pleasant conversation topics to talk about, and there is a wide variety of ESL food games that will enrich and...

4 Hardest English-Language Proficiency Tests...

There are hundreds of English language proficiency tests around the world for students ready to put an accreditation behind all their hard, language-learning work....

4 Tips for Teaching English...

Teaching English language idioms is no piece of cake. These non-literal expressions are often confusing for ESL students and can be challenging for teachers...

How to Refer New Teachers...

VIPKID is growing fast, and that’s in large part due to our wonderful community! Every day we’re welcoming new teachers to the platform, and...

9 ESL Activities for Teaching...

Knowledge of ESL body parts is important for various day to day situations, such as:Going to a doctor’s appointmentVisiting a beauty salonWorking out at...

English Idioms Every ESL Student...

The term “idiom” relates to a word or phrase that means something different from its literal meaning. English idioms make the speech flow more...

How to Prepare ESL Students...

Getting lost in a foreign city is always a frustrating situation. However, it can be even more frustrating when a person cannot help someone...

9 Ways to Teach Adjectives...

Learning adjectives during ESL courses or lessons enriches speech, makes it sound more natural, and brings it closer to the “native” level for students....