I love movies and TV shows and I always recommend my students to watch as much in the original language they can, to use English subtitles, to watch youtube videos, TED talks, to immerse themselves in the language as much as they can. Nowadays, hundreds of movies and TV shows are available online and there … Continue reading Binge-Watch and Improve Your English: 5 Great TV Shows Available On Netflix
I put together picture prompts on different topics which can be used when practising general speaking with your students or preparing them for various certificates and exams. I will later add more resources on different topics. You can download the pdf for free here>>>>Picture Prompts for Speaking
Are you tired of marking vocabulary and grammar tests? Do you want to revise vocabulary and chunks of grammar quickly? Do you want to engage your students? Do you want to have data about your student's performance in neat Excel sheets readily available for you? Do you want to play a game as a warm-up … Continue reading Play and Learn! Kahoot: A Free Learning Platform.
I have neglected my blog in the past couple of weeks, mostly due to my duties at the school where I teach. Staff meetings, entrance exams, school leaving exams, paperwork...and at the end of the day, no energy for creativity, or even thinking. Hopefully, I will have more time in the following weeks and then, … Continue reading Vocabulary Posters – Idioms and Collocations.