Top 10 ESL Review Activities and Games | ESL Review Games

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If you’re looking for some ESL or EFL review activities and games, you’ve come to the right place. Keep on reading! ESL Review Activities If you’re looking to make sure your students understood what you taught them in a previous lesson, consider using one of these top 10 ESL review…

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ESL Speaking and Listening: Agony Aunt | ESL Activity

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ESL Speaking and Listening Activity: Agony Aunt Skills: Listening/Speaking/Reading Time: 15-20 minutes Level: High-beginner to Advanced Materials: Printed advice column questions and answers Agony Aunt if one of my favourite ESL speaking and listening activities. It will get your students talking because everyone knows how to solve other people’s problems! If…

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Terrible ESL textbook: Help is Here! | Best ESL Textbooks

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Terrible ESL Textbook Doesn’t Have to Mean a Terrible Class I remember back to the days when I first started teaching in Korean universities and how clueless I was about basically everything. That first semester, I was given a total piece of crap textbook to teach English conversation from (which…

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Trivia for Kids: ESL Lesson Planning Made Easy!

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Trivia for Kids as well as Adults Trivia is one of my favourite ways to begin my classes. It’s a light-hearted way to ease your students into using English and it also is a great way to expand student’s general knowledge as well as vocabulary. The only problem is that…

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Refusing to Participate in Class: How to Handle It

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In almost every class, there are at least one or two students who are reluctant to participate in what’s going on. This is especially the case in mandatory language classes. How can you handle it? Is there a way you can plan lessons that avoids this problem? Keep on reading…

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Top 5 ESL Speaking Activities for University Students

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ESL Speaking Activities for University Students I’ve been teaching in South Korean universities for the past nine years or so, which means I have plenty of ESL speaking activities for university students up my sleeve. Students here are totally burnt out from high-school studying hell, so by the time they…

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