It's that time of year again, and after 2020 I decided my learners need to finish this year on a high so I decided to put together an online Christmas lesson (which can also be easily adapted for face to face learners) to celebrate the much loved Christmas tradition of..... advertising.
Now that the dust has settled, online teaching is fast becoming the new 'normal' for many of us and the knee-jerk emergency teaching measures are slowly being replaced by a renewed drive for ways of delivering quality lessons. One observation from the last two months of teaching online is that at times the digital platform [...]
Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Tinder; digital photos are everywhere. It seems like a lifetime ago when we were able to do anything we wanted without the threat of it being immortalised thanks to someone's smartphone. Selfies have become so ubiquitous that the thought of asking someone else to take our photo in a beauty spot or [...]
Sometimes conversation classes can be the hardest to plan as after you've run through the usual controversial topics while trying to stay sensitive to your class, you might find your ideas drying up. So here, as the title says, are 8 ideas that can get your class talking! News stories - Give your students a few [...]