An interactive conjugator of English verbs arranged in a classic table format, with the additional feature allowing instructors to make links for their syllabus that control what students see so that they can be exposed only to what they have already studied along with the new features being studied.
Via Nik Peachey, Andrew Parfitt
“ Many teachers produce their own materials, either from necessity or to provide something more tailored to the needs of their students. However, writing materials for a whole lesson, which really en...”
Via TeachingEnglish, Gabriela Sanchez Cortizas
A free TEFL Resource Designer lessons was born in December 2011. It is a blog with free student-centred lesson plans, aimed at ESL teachers and other TEFLy type people. I welcome any contributors to share their lessons, their stories or experiences here. George Chilton.
Via Luciana Viter
“ This article was written by Dominic Braham and Anthony Gaughan and originally appeared in English Teaching Matters, the English Language Teachers' Associations journal. Before we get started… Wait ...”
Via Jo Gakonga
Today's infographic focuses on the popular grammar point of adverbs of frequency. It is split into two parts. Firstly, it focuses on the common teaching point of ‘indefinite time’ adverbs such as often, always and rarely. The second focus is on the much less taught, but equally important ‘definite time’ adverbs like annually, daily and monthly.
Via Rob Hatfield, M.Ed., Luciana Viter
“ George Chilton is an English teacher and writer based in Barcelona, Spain. He came to the city in 2008 with a plan to stay for 6 months. Spanish time is a little different to the rest of the world....”
Via Gabriela Sanchez Cortizas
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