Comprehensible Input Strategies & Activities

In 1977, linguist Stephen Krashen formed the so-called input hypothesis. This hypothesis put emphasis on comprehensible input as a key factor when learning a foreign language.According...

Fun Games & Activities for ESL Students

ESL games are arguably the most efficient activities for ESL teachers to keep their ELLs, especially younger ones, constantly engaged. There’s a wide variety of...

How to Engage Students with Active Participation

Keeping students engaged is one of the most challenging tasks of a teacher. All students are different, and some of them enjoy classroom activities...

Teaching Grammar to ESL & ELL Students

Teaching grammar to ESL and ELL students has always been and will always be a challenge. ESL grammar lessons may seem boring to some students,...

Instructional Strategies for ELL Students

Teaching ELL students is a challenging task, because strategies that are good for native English speakers typically do not work when teaching ELL. Therefore,...

English Vocabulary Games for TEFL Students

Vocabulary is the most important part of foreign language learning. The more words the students know, the livelier their language and the closer to...
icebreaker games

Use These ESL Icebreaker Games for Kids to Get Your Students...

1. What are icebreaker games? — 2. 6 ESL icebreaker games for kids 1. What are ESL icebreaker games? Classroom icebreakers are games that can help...

Teaching & Tutoring English Online from Home

Online teaching is becoming more and more common these days. Modern technology makes it possible for online teachers to pass their knowledge to students with the...

English Idioms Every ESL Student Should Know

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

Try These English Tongue Twisters Out in Your ESL Class

English pronunciation is a challenge for foreign students, especially if you're teaching English abroad in places like China,  Japan, or South Korea, where the phonetic system is completely...

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