Listen to the show. Ever thought about living and teaching in Japan? Get the low down from Mark as he tells us about working in Japan, setting up his own school and life in general. The question is: Was he in his pajamas during this show? Post your answer in the comment section below! GAME […]
Archive for “May, 2006”
Listen to the show. Here’s a simple game to help you teach the past continuous. It’s tons of fun and hardly requires any prep!
Listen to the show. For those thinking of taking a job in Korea, those who want to know what options are available, or what one can expect on a stent in Korea, have we got the podcast for you. Eric takes us through a few of the ins and outs, discusses his experiences in Korea, […]
Listen to the show. Here is an engaging acitivity helps students work on the skills need to tell a story or explain about something that happened to them. This activity requires media capabilities but there is a variation that can be used in virtually any classroom. With watchers, listeners, and discussion, the students are all […]
Listen to the show. Sorry for the podcast delay. Ran out of server space. But we’re up and running now. The English only classroom isn’t just a myth. Eric takes us through what we need to think about, how to set it up, and the benefits of an English only classroom. Beginners to advanced classes, […]
Listen to the show. Here’s a game to play when the question is more important than the answer. It’s great for difficult to contextualize questions like ‘May I …?’ or ‘Do you think we should …?’ for example. Download and use the prepared cards or make your own! Yes No game card download page at […]