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The Big Fat Summer Research Project

The school year is over but you are worried your students may enjoy their holiday way too much? No worries! There are plenty of ways to keep them busy. Seriously now! A summer research project can be a great way to have your students do some work, while actually having fun. It also teaches them […]

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Modals (Should) ESL Lesson Plan (A2) – Body and Health

[adrotate banner=”12″] Lower Intermediate ESL/ EFL plan – Should – Body and Health Lesson Goals: This lesson teaches students how to form and when to use should. Also, the lesson focuses on presenting vocabulary related to body and health. At the end of the lesson, students will be able to give advice using should, and […]

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7 ways to use flashcards in English language teaching

[adrotate banner=”12″] Flashcards are among the materials we use most often, especially with young learners. They help visualize new vocabulary, and can be an excellent source of activities, and games. Below you will find 7 ideas on how to use flash cards in class. [adrotate banner=”7″] 1. FLASH. As the name suggests, what you need […]

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“What’s Missing?” – English Vocabulary Game – Help Your Students Learn With Fun Games

English Vocabulary Teaching Strategies – The “What’s Missing?” Game Separate your class into smaller groups of up to 5 students. Work with each group individually. For this vocabulary exercise it’s best to gather the real-life physical objects of the vocabulary you are teaching. For example, if you are working on vocabulary for food or school […]