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The idea of creating your own games for ESL classes might seem intimidating. After all, don’t professionals work hard to make games that people will love and want to play? And don’t they get training to help them and the pay to prove what they are worth? But games for your ESL class don’t have to meet the needs of best sellers. They just have to accomplish two things: help your student ...
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Getting Scrappy: 7 No-prep Games That Only Need Some Scrap Paper

Getting Scrappy: 7 No-prep Games That Only Need Some Scrap Paper

Are you looking for a no-prep activity that doesn’t require special materials? Try one of these language exercises that need nothing more than some scrap paper. Try These 7 No-prep Games That Only Need Some Scrap Paper 1 Hangman As any elementary school student can tell you, hangman is the game to play when you have a few minutes to fill. And the benefits for ESL students are greater tha ...
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A few years ago, I found the need for an ESL discussion task which was fun, flexible, suitable for almost any level, and dependent on the minimum of resources. I ended up creating United Nations, perhaps my most successful exercise. It is a negotiation and strategy game which produces a ton of language with minimal set-up, practices all four skills, deals with interesting issues of culture, identity and ...
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In a perfect world, we’d all be able to call in sick when we need to. Employers would be understanding and compassionate, quickly reorganizing the school’s schedule around our impending absence, and perhaps sending us a get-well basket while we take it easy. If you work in such circumstances, then we all envy you. On the other hand, if calling in sick would send your boss into a spin, wreck ...
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There’s a tendency for language students, especially young learners, to seek the ‘path of least resistance’ when expressing themselves. This often results in short, choppy utterances which might seem efficient, but which lack idiomaticism and can sometimes come across as impolite. To help my ESL Business students grapple with these concepts in more detail, I arrange a fictitious Press ...
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One of the most interesting aspects of working with other teachers is to see how they plan their lessons. Everyone seems to have a slightly different format, their own attitude to structure, perhaps also a patented abbreviation system or set of symbols. How we use our lesson plans seems to develop over time; more experienced teachers sometimes barely bother to create one, but I still find myself hand-wr ...
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Are your students gearing up to take the TOEFL or TOIC? Help them get ready with these simple preparation activities. Discover 10 Tips for Giving Your Students Success on Tests 1 Practice Makes Imperfect One struggle many ESL students have when taking standardized tests is over preparation. Now, I don’t mean students can know too much English or have too advanced skills to take a test. W ...
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