Listen to the show. The super-sized class is always a daunting task. How do you teach a group of 60? Well, there’s no magic pill here, but we do have some advice for how to manage and teach large classes. Eric and Mark go over a few things to keep in mind as well as […]
Archive for “November, 2006”
Listen to the show. Eric goes over his newest activity for the classroom. Students speak, listen, work on their English, get and give peer feedback. It can be done as a review activity, warm-up or for an entire lesson. Try it in your classes!
Listen to the show. Susan Swift, founder and Director of Business Talk has over thirty years experience in the fields of ELT, teacher training and communication skills training. She is the author of a number of ELT textbooks aimed at primary, secondary and adult learners, and has most recently completed the series Playtime, Storytime and […]
Listen to the show. This is an easy to prepare, one sheet game. Try to get four of their mark in a row to earn a point. It’s a great game for sentence formation practice, question formation and/or the negative. This is an MES-English.com original game nad copyright MES English. Get the printable game board […]
Listen to the show. Sue Swift, a teacher trainer and owner of http://eltnotebook.blogspot.com, joins us this week to give some advice on using alternative methodologies in the classroom. This show covers community language learning, suggestopedia and TPR. Game of the Week: the Paper Bag Game Sue Swift of http://eltnotebook.blogspot.com brings this week’s game of the […]
Listen to the show. Sue Swift of http://eltnotebook.blogspot.com brings this week’s game of the week. It’s a simple game of guess or describe what’s in the bag. The set up and preparation are easy but it’s the amount of possibilities this activity offers that’s surprising!