Category Archives: conversation

Just few days left!

Holidays are the word of the day and this post is an invitation for our students to get some more motivation for the classes left!   This video is interesting and perhaps can engage them in some conversation!     … Continue reading

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Posters…

I was doing some research about posters or controversial ads/posters and I found some that can be challenging for a Speaking class. They can be used for different topics and can be of great help in classes with adults or … Continue reading

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Day 19: X-mas and Literature

This post is about: Famous Christmas Stories   Read more about it here! And just in case, I simply ciopy it below: Thanks for sharing the article, Online Star Register!!! Over the years, Christmas has inspired many authors to write about … Continue reading

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DIYLab

Just watch it and reflect on its message! http://diylab.eu/     Do It Yourself in Education: Expanding Digital Competence To Foster Student Agency And Collaborative Learning (also known as DIYLab) is a project funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of … Continue reading

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10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years

10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years: use this title to start a debate in the class.   Use the video to contrast opinions!   Enjoy! ps:   10. Spain 9. North Korea 8. Belgium 7. China … Continue reading

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Dialects in English

Interesting video:  

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Debate class

 Use pictures with quotes and ask your students to debate on the topic. This can be a warm-up or even a reward for a break time during a preparation for a test course.   “You have enemies? Good.  That means … Continue reading

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