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Your students will be more successful if you match your teaching style to their learning styles.
Here are some suggestions to help get your students writing poems based around the theme of the future.
This is a speaking task that encourages students to empathise with other people and try to understand them better.
This website hosts stories in powerpoint for teachers of very young learners.
Do you think about colours, fonts and grouping when you use a board or prepare a presentation? Watch and listen to Tony's ideas and leave your comments below.
People spend a huge chunk of their everyday conversation time talking about themselves and the people they know, so the most natural thing in the world is for us to invite our students to do the same.
During this skills lesson you might want to use background music where facilities allow. You will also need some samples of music, not necessarily just in English, but a variety of different genres.
Topic: MusicAge: Teenage/adult
Train was launched in May 2010, and is the place to go if you are looking for training materials for teachers and teacher trainers.
She sells sea shells by the sea shore. How fast can you say it without making a mistake?
In this fascinating and very readable paper on English and development, Hywel Coleman looks at questions such as the role of English in employability, in international mobility, in accessi
Help your students hear the sounds of English by clicking on the symbols of this pronunciation chart - you can now install it on your own PC or Mac computer
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