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This is one of my favorite activities for students who share a common language other than English. This activity falls under the acronym of KISS (keep it super simple). The teacher won’t have to do much, apart from weaving things around (I’m just stating the obvious). Ask your students to look through language that they have seen in class over the last four weeks or … Continue reading word challenge 1
There are a handful of websites where you can get conversation questions arranged by topic. These seem to be the most popular ones, prompted by an “esl conversation questions” search query on Google. – Conversation questions for the ESL/EFL Classroom – ESL Conversation questions – ESL Discussions – TEFLpedia – English Current – ESL Gold Basically these sites (or sections within the sites) provide a … Continue reading skeleton questions
My name is Daniel Martin. I am an English teacher trainer and writer of methodology books and materials for English teachers. Over the years, I have observed… Continue reading teaching English the keepitsimple way in 10 steps.