39 Awesome 1-1 ESL Activities: For Teenagers and Adults

1-1 ESL Activities

Get Some Fun Ideas for your Lessons Today 39 Awesome 1-1 ESL Activities: For Teenagers and Adults is going to make your students happy and your lesson planning easy! If you teach private classes with only one or two students, it can be quite difficult to plan for because the ESL games and activities you’d use with bigger classes often won’t work. You’ll need to change how you plan your lessons, but this is where this book comes in. There are more than three dozen engaging, interesting and fun activities that your student will enjoy and you’ll be able to…

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Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities for Teenagers and Adults

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39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities: For Teenagers and Adults Sometimes even experienced ESL teachers get stuck in a rut. It’s time to find some fresh ideas!  Tired of Wasting Time Looking for ESL Speaking Activities? Whether you’re a first-time English teacher, an experienced but perhaps overwhelmed instructor with not much time for lesson planning, or an instructor without a textbook, you need more activities for your English conversion or speaking classes. If you’re tired of wading through the junk on the Internet to find the ESL speaking game or activity that you can actually use in your classes, then Jackie…

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39 ESL Icebreakers: For Teenagers and Adults

ESL Icebreakers: For Teenagers and Adults

All English teachers who work with teenagers or adults need some ESL icebreakers to get their classes started off on the right foot when students don’t know each other, or you. Icebreaker activities are the perfect tool for the job, but it’s not easy to find the best ones. If you’re tired of wading through the junk on the Internet to find the one activity that you can actually use in your class, then help is here. During her decade of experience as a CELTA/DELTA certified teacher, Jackie Bolen has developed countless games and activities for her students. Jennifer Booker Smith taught…

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How to Make your ESL Classes Awesome

Make your ESL Classes Awesome

I’m sure everyone reading this wants to make their ESL classes as awesome as possible. Any teacher would and even those who are abroad for just one or two years still want to have great classes and help their students learn English. But teaching isn’t an easy thing to do and it’s often the case that foreign English teachers walk into the classroom at their first job with absolutely no training whatsoever. Help is here! If you want to make your ESL classes as awesome as possible, keep reading for my top 10 tips. How to Teach English-Jeremy Harmer Read…

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ESL Small Group Discussion- One Tip to Make it Awesome

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Discussion Starter Questions in Smart Choice, Level 2 In the ESL textbook, Smart Choice: Level 2, there are some small group discussion starters on it. The 4 questions are: Have you ever met or seen a famous person? Have you ever been in an accident? What’s your most embarrassing moment? Have you ever experienced a natural disaster? (As an aside, the Smart Choice series is a good choice if you’re looking for a simple, 4-skills book for beginner level students. Click on the picture below to buy it now on Amazon). ESL Small Group Discussion: The One Tip You Need…

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