What is best: coffee or tea? Hear what people in London told us, then join the conversation!
Here's a great collection of short authentic listenings with subtitles. Great for a task based approach - ask leaners to discuss the question in pairs, listen to the video and then look at some of the language the NSs use. They can do it again, then, using the new expressions.
One of the tricks of teaching with minimal resources is devising ways of making one activity evolve into another, and even another, so that you have a chain of linked activities, none of which involves the use of materials.
ESL videos and interactive lessons created by Michael Marzio for ESL and EFL students who want to improve their listening comprehension and speaking skills using an extensive collection of self-grading exercises and quizzes.
They usually have free downloads of a particular book - it's 'Humanising your coursebook' by Mario Rinvolucri at the moment, which has some great ideas for easy ways to make your coursebook more interesting with minimal preparation - worth the free registration, I reckon!