Fun Vocabulay Poster: Christmas Edition.
This is a quick no-prep activity that can be used as an ice breaker or a regular activity. Students usually like to talk about themselves and maybe boast a little so this activity is quite popular. At the beginning of the lesson, ask them to pull out their mobile phones and tell them to browse … Continue reading No-prep Speaking Activity: Warmer And Filler For ESL Classes
Who doesn't like jelly beans? Most kids love them. Why not use that love for them in your classroom? I'm sure most of you know the naughty version of Jelly Beans- Bean Boozled. It is a game which features a spin wheel and 14 different flavours of the jelly beans. 7 of the flavours are … Continue reading Bean Boozled in ESL Classroom: A Funny Way to Warm Up, Engage And Motivate Your Students.
These little fellows are adorable monkeys indeed. At least that was the meaning of the word in the 17th century, and it also meant harlot for some time. Miniature dog came to use only in the mid 18th century.
Do you want to cast spells like Harry Potter? You don't even need a wand. All you need is proper grammar!
Are language lessons or any lessons even supposed to be fun? It is all about learning, hard work, discipline, focus, determination. How can all that be fun? Simple. You, the teacher, should love your job, enjoy working with people and bring life into the dull stereotypes of a boring lesson. Why should you do that? Why … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Your Lessons Should Be Fun