Tried and tested vocabulary and grammar quizzes for your young adult and adult students to try out, at home or in class.
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A fun test of general knowledge for adult learners B1+ and above, using only a board, paper and pens.
Tried and tested vocabulary and grammar quizzes for your teenage students to play, at home or in class.
PowerPoint supported lesson to encourage students to work in teams and to activate their previous knowledge of English. Ideal for first classes.
An ELT version of the popular quiz show Family Fortunes, designed to help students revise vocabulary. With downloadable notes and questions.
Tried and tested vocabulary and grammar quizzes for your young learners to play, at home or in class.
Tips and ideas on how to approach your first lessons with very young learners. Includes a downloadable checklist.
Games and activities to use in your first lesson, to help familiarise learners with you, the classroom and each other.
Explore how to practice thinking skills with your students
Join Roy Norris to explore paraphrasing in exam preparation
How to help your learners develop long-lasting conversation skills
Jade Blue offers advice on creating an inclusive classroom environment
We all know about the traditional four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. But what about the fifth skill of ’viewing’? Kieran Donaghy, expert in the use of visual arts in language teaching, explains what viewing is, why it’s important and how you can implement it in the classroom.
Why is speaking a foreign language so difficult, and how can we help our students do it better? Teacher and editor Emma Fox explains why speaking is so challenging and offers a range of activities and techniques you can take straight to the classroom.