Listen to the show. A few weeks ago we talked about the advantages of having an English only classroom. After ths show Mark tested it out on his classes. Hear about his experiences. If you didn’t hear the previous show, check it out here. The game of the week: The Can-Must Game. Altering and using […]
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Listen to the show. Altering and using the template provided here, students go around and practice giving other students commands, ‘You must …’ or ‘You can’t …’ The students mark down what they are told and then the insanity begins. The game is pretty fun, quick, easy to set up and explain. It will work […]
We’re unfortunately not able to bring you a show this week but I did want to at least post a game of the week. This actually came out of a discussion as to what one could do with some scrabble tiles. You don’t need scrabble tiles. I use the simple alphabet cards I have for […]
Listen to the show. Today we interviewed Andy, a teacher who spent 3 years in the JET program in Japan. If you’ve ever thought about teaching in Japan or wondered about the JET program, Andy has some answers for you. He also brought the game of the week which deals with the verbs ‘show’ and […]
Listen to the show. This week’s game of the week deals with the verbs ‘show’ and ‘give’. Get your students listening, speaking and writing sentences using these words. Useful for practicing present and past tense.
Listen to the show. Music in the ESL classroom is something that can be fun, engaging, and beneficial for the students. The questions are why, what and how. Here are a few things to think about when choosing a song and a few activity ideas to go a long with those tips. The Broken Song: […]
Listen to the show. The Broken Song is an activity that can be used with any song you find appropriate for your class. It’s a great group activity that can be used with large classes and small groups.