Month: November 2012

    5 Ways To Use Music

    This post will look at 5 ways to use music music in the classroom. Music is a great way to introduce a theme, change the mood, teach vocabulary or even just inspire a class discussion. Music can be a great way to tap into students’ interests. The following five ideas are a great way to […]

    5 Whiteboard Games

    This post looks at games that can be done with just a whiteboard and marker and can be a great way to revise and practice English. Expanding Text Activity Time:  10 minutes + Materials required: Whiteboard and marker Number of students: 2 + Skills practiced: Writing. Level: All levels Method: 1. Write a verb on the board e.g “Go” 2. Ask students […]

    Enigma

    Enigma Enigma is a quick and simple ESL game you can put together in no time. It’s a great ESL game for teens and adults of all levels but can be easily adapted for younger learners. It’s a great activity to practice question forming and practising vocabulary from previous lessons etc. It’s also an enjoyable way of […]

    Brain Breaks

    Brain breaks are a great way to re-energize tired students. They are very easy and simple, and there are hundreds of variations found on the web for free. They are great for breaking up class stages and keeping the class interested and focused.They are particularly popular with young learners and a great opportunity to practice Total Physical Response. Here […]