Lesson planning is an important part of teaching, but there are so many options when writing one that it can become overwhelming. In this blog we discuss why we write lesson plans, who we might write them for and what they should include. There is also a FREE lesson plan template and sample for you to download and edit.
A listening exam assesses your students’ ability to listen to, and to understand, an audio in English. It is an imperative part of many exams and can often seem quite daunting. We’ve prepared a few tips to help you prepare them and send them into the exam feeling more confident.
In this article, we have tried to bring together and explain some of the more common concepts and terminology used in the field of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. We hope it will be a useful reference for teachers but is also intended for anyone coming to the field for the first time - whether they are considering a career in TEFL, are new to the industry, or work with TEFL teachers or organisations in an associated or support role.
As we head into exam season, it is worth doing a bit of exam training with your students.Exam technique will only take students so far, but if they are well-prepared, at least it means that you will be giving them the best chance to show what they can do. Today, we are going to focus on multiple-choice exam papers.
With the Pandemic still very much at the forefront of our lives, UK study trips are unlikely to be a possibility for some time to come so we have put together a list of free virtual tours that we hope you, and your students will enjoy, all from the comfort of your classroom!
This blog will help you see the impact of your TEFL lessons on the progress of your EFL learners. The aim is to provide a clear and concise checklist of methods by which to measure the extent your EFL learners have engaged with what they've learned and offers proven ways of identifying areas where further gains can be made.