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With Queen Elizabeth's funeral taking place tomorrow, you may wish to spend some time in class talking about her life and the role she played during her 70 year reign. Use this discussion worksheet to prompt ideas and exchange thoughts. #TeachEnglish
How often do you focus on the delivery of your students' speech rather than the actual language they use? This Professional Communications video lesson with interactive worksheet focuses on aspects of speech such as pace, clarity & pitch. #TeachEnglish
Grammarman has a funny feeling about comic strips! In this latest episode, can your teen students help our comic hero and his team find all the synonyms for the word strange? #TeachEnglish #Grammar
Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the Royal Family and those around the world who mourn the loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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Size, shape, colour, material? Do your teen students know the right order for adjectives in English? Have a go at this fluency-focused card game designed to help students practise getting their adjectives in order. #TeachEnglish
Build your #YoungLearners familiarity with their new school with these fun interactive flashcards covering places in the school and the different school subjects. Use them to teach new vocabulary or talk about what to expect. #TeachEnglish #BackToSchool
As several companies pilot a 4-day working week and research highlights better productivity and employee wellbeing, are any of your #BusinessEnglish benefitting from this trend? Use this business news lesson to discuss their thoughts. #TeachEnglish
Would your teen students like to choose their own new subject to learn about at school? Well now is their chance! Use this Communicative Language Learning lesson to help them argue for their own idea. #TeachEnglish #BackToSchool
Are you incorporating Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) into your classes? Helping students to be aware of their feelings, express themselves and manage emotions can lead to better resilience & mental health. Here's how to go about it #TeachEnglish
What types of exercise do your students do to keep fit? Does anyone struggle to find the time, or to build exercise into their regular routine? Use this news lesson at 3 levels all about building an effective, and lasting, fitness routine. #TeachEnglish
Are you planning to start new classes in the coming weeks? Have a look at this collection of games, songs & activities to use with #YoungLearners on the first day of class. #TeachEnglish #BackToSchool #ELT
How do your #BusinessEnglish students feel about communicating across borders? Does a reliance on email affect their ability to communicate face-to-face or by phone? Use these questions to gauge their confidence levels with different methods. #TeachEnglish
Do your teen and adult students use the right prepositions of time? Help them to practise with this fun game using time expression cards. Who can last the longest without being eliminated? #TeachEnglish #Grammar
Do your students have a bucket list of places to visit? Use this video lesson to listen to people talking about their favourite places and get your students to share their thoughts on their own shortlist. #TeachEnglish
Are your #YoungLearners learning to write? Give them some fun letter & word recognition, and handwriting practice with this worksheet and memory game. #TeachEnglish
In episode 14 of the #Grammar superhero comic, Grammarman is still stranded in prehistoric Earth and is struggling to understand the locals. Can your students replace the symbols with vowels to decipher a strange language? #TeachEnglish
Different types of holiday accommodation can give a completely different vibe for your holiday. This lesson at upper-int level extends vocabulary so students can research and book the accommodation and facilities they want while travelling. #TeachEnglish
How do you decide how much💰to save or spend? Money management is an important skill for our teens to learn, so why not use these Skills for Problem Solving cards to help students think about budgeting and spending decisions?
Get your young learners describing places with this version of Jim's Game. Teach the vocabulary relating to places around them and use the game to practise speaking and writing about the scene. #TeachEnglish
We all benefit from friendships, but what do your students think makes a good friend? For #InternationalDayOfFriendship on 30th July, discuss the best qualities of a good friend and challenge your students with this friendship quiz. #TeachEnglish
Finding that niche problem in the market can mean big business, and not only for large organisations. Use this 3-level news lesson about people doing gig economy work to discuss how people earn a living in innovative ways. #TeachEnglish #BusinessEnglish
Sports fans are getting lots of entertainment this month with #Wimbledon, #TourDeFrance, & #WEuros22. But what about practising sports? Use this lesson to get teens talking about sports they enjoy, and discussing positive & negative aspects of sport. #ELT
Since the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, people have been speculating about how long the Queen can continue to perform her duties. What do you think? Use this news lesson with your teen and adult students to get them using language to speculate. #TeachEnglish
These top 20 teaching ideas from @NILE_ELT teacher trainers are a great inspiration for any teacher looking to freshen up their lessons. Add them to your saved articles so they’re ready when you need them! #TeachingOnline #TeachEnglish #BlendedLearning
Are you fed up with seeing litter especially at places of natural beauty? Use this news lesson available at 3 levels to discuss where it all comes from, and how we can help reduce single-use plastic to stop it ruining tourist destinations. #TeachEnglish
12th July is #WorldMalalaDay. Do your students know Malala's story and why she campaigns for girls' rights to education? Read or listen to her story & discuss barriers that can hold pupils back from getting a good education. #TeachEnglish @MalalaFund
Do you need to work on your #YoungLearners social and emotional development to get them school ready? Have a look at this Spinning Emotions game to get them recognising and identifying with different feelings. #TeachEnglish #SEL
In the latest episode of our superhero #Grammar comic, Grammarman visits Verbo City Zoo, but a dangerous (and very hungry) creature escapes. Can your teens help keep the monster at bay by finding eight modals of obligation in the story? #TeachEnglish
Do your #BusinessEnglish students feel able to disagree with their colleagues? Do they enjoy the debate or find it uncomfortable? Equip them with the professional communication skills they need with this video lesson on Refuting an Argument. #TeachEnglish
Being able to cope with change helps us build resilience and improve overall well-being. Help your teens reflect on how they adapt to change and talk about making positive changes in their lives with this Skills for Problem Solving lesson. #TeachEnglish
Are you looking for ways to encourage your young learners to read? Use this tracker and coupons to take your students on a reading adventure and add variety to what they choose to read. #TeachEnglish
Our new Appearance and Characteristics Game Cards are now available to help your teens practise describing different kinds of people and their characteristics in a fun game. #TeachEnglish
How often do your students buy new clothes? Like many industries, the retail clothing industry is under pressure to become more sustainable. Use this business news lesson to discuss buying habits and alternatives to clothing manufacture. #TeachEnglish
Do you need a new way to practise vocabulary with young learners? This Hot Seat playtime board game is an alternative take on word association to encourage and develop language awareness with any category of vocabulary. #TeachEnglish
Have you been using our problem solving cards to develop your teens' skills for different life & school scenarios? This latest set at pre-intermediate level gives students the opportunity to practise asking for help when they need it. #TeachEnglish
Grammarman episode 10 is here! Verbo City is in crisis and sentences are being destroyed by a pair of clause thieves! Can your teens help Grammarman return the stolen clauses to their correct places in the story? #TeachEnglish
Are your students interested in different cultures and local festivals? 11th June is Kamehameha Day, celebrated by the people of Hawaii. Use this article to teach your students about its history and discuss the traditions with them. #TeachEnglish
How well can your teens describe objects, people or places? Use this set of ready-made descriptive adjective cards to expand their vocabulary and practise describing different things in greater detail. #TeachEnglish
As the UK & Commonwealth prepare for the Queen's #PlatinumJubilee this week, take a look back to her diamond jubilee with your adult students. Listen to opinions on the monarchy & discuss what has or hasn't changed over the last 10 years. #TeachEnglish
It's spelling bee time! 🐝🐝 Try out this new word chop game to keep your young learners engaged with their spelling
Do your #BusinessEnglish students prefer sending emails to talking to colleagues? Watch this video of real business professionals from London and use the interactive worksheets available at 2 levels to discuss their communication preferences. #TeachEnglish
Guess who! How good are your young learners at forming yes/no questions? Have fun practising with this animals guessing game, and take a look at the teacher's notes for an alternative storytelling game. #TeachEnglish
The latest episode of Grammarman is here! Someone has stolen Penny Perfect’s diamonds! But the thief is no match for Grammarman. Get your teens to look at the grammar to work out how our hero solved the crime. #TeachEnglish
Are you going to #IATEFL2022 next week? We're excited to be there face-to-face this year and we can't wait to see people again. If you are planning on being there, take a look at our programme and come & see us on stand 18! #TeachEnglish #AdvancingLearning
Did you hear about the recent discovery of Shackleton's famous ship which sank near Antarctica over a century ago? Read the epic story and talk about expeditions & endurance with teen or adult students using this news lesson at 3 levels. #TeachEnglish
You probably teach your #YoungLearners to count in English, but how about other aspects of numeracy? This fishing game helps develop students mathematical readiness for school including logical thinking and problem solving skills. #TeachEnglish
As automation filters through many aspects of our lives, how do your #BusinessEnglish students feel about automating their recruitment process? Use this news lesson to discuss getting a balance between time efficiency & a more human approach. #TeachEnglish
What do your students know about the Mexican celebration Cinco de Mayo (5th May) and who actually celebrates it? This reading lesson at 2 levels tells you all about it and students can create a quiz to test each other's knowledge! #TeachEnglish
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