A question for all of you teaching online: have you ever recorded your classes? I’ve been doing so for some months now and I’d like to share my thoughts about using online classes recordings. What’s in it for the teacher and the student?
In this lesson students discuss the usefulness of various 2016 inventions. In the second stage of the lesson, students work with word formation exercises, modelled after Cambridge Advanced Use of English Part 3. The lesson is aimed at B2+ students, especially those who are planning to take the Cambridge Advanced exam. The class takes around 45 minutes to complete.
The aim of this lesson is to revise/extend students’ knowledge about subject-verb agreement and practice using it in the context of talking about the use of smartphones. I designed specifically with my B2/C1 students in mind. To teach it you are going to need this worksheet and this presentation. The activities take app. 45 minutes. Continue Reading …
The aim of this activity is for the students to practice their listening and speaking skills. It is suitable for any level, groups of 2 and more students. It is best used to create interest in the lesson topic or to close the class.
In this lesson, students talk about the effect colours have on our lives, learn new adjectives to describe the area where they live, and practice the language of persuasion. It is suitable for levels B2-C1.
What are some of the things you should know if you are thinking of teaching English exam classes? Here is my first tip: Know your exam inside out. Keep reading to find out why I think it makes a lot of sense to take the exam yourself.
The aim of this class is to practice speaking skills in the context of talking about body language. One of the language goals is creating nouns from adjectives. It is suitable for adult learners, levels B2 and up.
The aim of this class is to practice speaking skills in the context of talking about healthy eating. The lesson comes with a listening homework assignment. It is suitable for adult learners, levels B1 and up.