Category Archives: conversation

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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How to teach grammar

This post is about GRAMMAR. Lots of students would say: Such a nightmare!!! But I think that grammar shouldn’t be considered a pain in the class… There are so many ways to teach grammar and it could be even be … Continue reading

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