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Blog Carnival: The Best Age To Teach

Blog Carnival: The Best Age To Teach

Teaching ESL abroad can bring you many different experiences, especially in the classroom. In general teaching is split into teaching with Adults (18+), kindergarten (0-6) or in between, generally around 6-17 years old. There are crossovers with the groups, some positions will have you teaching a mix, and what some countries consider kindergarten age will differ.

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Tips For Teaching Classes Of Varying Ages And English Ability

Tips For Teaching Classes Of Varying Ages And English Ability

When you have a wide range of ages and English abilities in your class, it can be tough to come up with activities and lessons that are interesting to everyone. Material tends to be much too easy for some students, while completely going over other students’ heads, making it difficult to tailor lessons so that everyone is engaged and learning.

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Teaching Idioms

Teaching Idioms

Teaching idioms might seem intimidating, especially if your students have never heard any of them before. Idioms are a common part of speech, though. Getting your students familiar with them early on can help them communicate more naturally and give them a deeper understanding of the English language.
It doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult to teach idioms. With these tips and resources, teaching idioms to your students will be a piece of cake.

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Resource List for Teaching the Past Progressive

Resource List for Teaching the Past Progressive

Were you listening when you learned about the Past Progressive Tense? Yeah, me neither. That’s why I’ve got a whole heap of resources to help you teach the Past Progressive just as if you had been listening. C’mon, what are friends for? Understanding and Teaching the Past Progressive Grammar Monster does a great job of explaining the Past Progressive. Don’t worry, it’s not scary. A guide to the Past Progressive with some exercise links at the bottom from My English Pages. A “How To” Guide in teaching this verb tense including, challenges you’ll face, where to start, and some comprehension activities. This is a good one! English Page always does a good job of showing their verb forms. Don’t be fooled – Past Continuous is the same as Past Progressive. Lucia walks us through this tense with her charming accent. I totally get it now. Practicing the Past Progressive Fifteen fun Past Progressive activities. No seriously. They are so fun. A flash game with a monkey who really loves grammar and incorporating all the Past verb tenses. You know those word magnets you get for the fridge? The ones where you can make up sentences? ESL Partyland has the raw […]

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The Best Of ESL Teaching Advice Articles

The Best Of ESL Teaching Advice Articles

Roll up! Roll up! ESL teachers one and all, whether you are fresh into teaching or you are the grand master of ESL, we can always learn new tricks and grow as teachers. We have cherry picked our best ESL teaching advice articles to share with you wonderful people.

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Top 8 ESL Games Every Teacher Should Know

Top 8 ESL Games Every Teacher Should Know

We have all been there, we have started our year with awesome games, but as the months draw on these awesome games start to lose their zing with your students. Time to shake it up a little, below I have compiled the top 8 games every ESL teacher should know.

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What to Focus on in ESL Reading Exercises

What to Focus on in ESL Reading Exercises

It seems obvious to most ESL teachers to approach language education by teaching the meanings of individual English words. After all, words make up the most basic unit of meaning. If letters are the atoms of communication, words are the countless combinations of them that make up so many new and differentiated molecular combinations.

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Top Five Tips for Teaching Young Learners

Top Five Tips for Teaching Young Learners

Teaching pre-school and kindergarten is full of both rewards and challenges. Here are our top five tips for working with young learners.

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