A free professional development blog for English teachers
Tips on how to increase student engagement and get them enjoying English.
10 easy tips to get students talking in English lessons
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10 easy tips to get students talking in English lessons.
Part 2 of 2
How to be a positive role model for your students
How to build positive teacher and student relationships
What is Sustainable Teaching, why is it a good thing and how to implement it in your lessons.
The motivation behind starting The English Classroom
All teachers care about their students but they often run out of time to care for themselves.
our top tips for how to manage time in your lesson and how to get the most from your students.
Read about our launch day, view our free events and contact us with more ideas
Why is listening important and how to plan a basic English listening lesson.
When I was training to be a teacher, it was widely accepted that those with the top degrees from the best universities, didn’t always make the best teachers.
Assessment for learning (AFL) is an approach to teaching and learning that is used to improve students’ performance.
Formative Assessment is a fancy term for checking up on your students in real-time.
Summative assessment refers to any type of evaluation at the end of a unit i.e. a topic or a school term.
Why it is important and how to make your existing lessons fun for learners of English.
What are they and how to use them
How to use positive language in the classroom. Read more.
Learn how toys can help improve behaviour and achieve results. Read more.
What is it and how does it work? Read here.
How to bring doodle notes and formative assessment into your classroom. Read more here.
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