Hi David Maybe its obvious to some but I'm not sure how to play and I also want to create a top 5 game as well. What is the point of it. There are always 5 answers. Do the students guess according to…Continue
Hi people, i'm doing a research on whether is good for English language teachers to use the L1 of the students or the target language (English) when teaching in the classroom. So i would really…Continue
I'd like to share in this forum and would like others to share, short stories that might apply to education / teaching and that will inspire. I believe stories and a narrative are powerful, whether…Continue
Well, I've finally found a reason to try designing an infographic. I've seen them on many sites, like Pinterest, but not known how to create them myself. I found a simple, free service that takes much of the pain out of the exercise, called https://magic.piktochart.com/. My motivation is continually hearing my EFL/EFL students answer the question "How are you?" in exactly the same way, regardless of their true feelings - "I'm fine thank you, and you?". So, after some research and some playing around with the format, I've managed to come up with 42 other ways to answer the question. There are certainly more options, including some rather "blue" ones, but I feel this selection will provide more than enough alternatives for most situations. I hope you will be able to try out some of the alternatives with your own students.