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Listening activities

Listening activities

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Hello again everyone and a happy 2014. You've tried listening before, but here are some more. I hope you have successfully used some of the ideas from my previous blog. Perhaps you were inspired to create some of your own listening task ideas. If so, please add them here so other teachers can find out about them. After getting feedback

8 Fantastic Young Learner Listening Activities

8 Fantastic Young Learner Listening Activities

8 Fantastic Young Learner Listening Activities

Are you ready to roll? Well, I guess not always. We all know the feeling when nothing seems to make us awake and motivated. I'm sure your students very often feel the same way. Not long ago we wrote about energizing adult students, you can read about it here. Now we would like to share with you two activities that can be used

Pronunciation development

Pronunciation development

Pronunciation development

Beata Mikołajewska presented on behalf of British Council Poland at IATEFL Wroclaw in June 2013. Her presentation was so good we thought we'd share it with you today, so you get to benefit from her ideas on how to unPolish your English.

UnPolish your English - Part 1 -  by Beata Mikołajewska

All of the links presented below can

The signs English Teachers find amusing!

The signs English Teachers find amusing!

The signs English Teachers find amusing!

Dear English Language Experts, How often does it happen to you that people find out you teach English and they suddenly have burning questions about grammar points (well perhaps 'burning' is a little over the top! ) or clarity on song lyrics they just can't grasp? Here at the blog, people send us pictures and links to articles on English all the

Teaching Teens

Teaching Teens

Teaching Teens

Today's blog writer is Ricky who we're sure you know as one of The Five Gents.  He was also the inspiration for the Teen Teaching blog post which many of you loved a few weeks ago.  Over to you Ricky for some great teaching ideas to keep