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Bold Isn"t Always Better: an ESL Guide to Using Indirect Questions

Bold Isn’t Always Better: an ESL Guide to Using Indirect Questions

Have you ever been offended by the directness of a question either from one of your students or from someone else? It’s possible that the question made you uncomfortable because it was a direct question, that is it wasn’t hedged in a larger sentence to soften the inquiry. It’s important in English to know when and how to ask indirect questions, ones that soften the edge of direct quest ...
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Crime and Punishment Debates: Super Engaging Speaking Activities for Your ESL Students

Crime and Punishment Debates: Super Engaging Speaking Activities for Your ESL Students

I’ve always found that ESL students contribute more in class when we’re discussing issues which apply to everyone. Debates on the environment, education and taxation tend to work well, and I’ve always found success discussing crime; everyone has opinions about it, many of us have experienced it first hand, and it’s relatively easy to get a good discussion going, perhaps one which ...
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Fuel My Fire: 10 Ways to Re-energize Your Teaching Today

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We’ve all felt it. Oftentimes, it strikes on a Monday morning. That slow, lethargic response to the very idea of dragging ourselves to the classroom yet again. Perhaps you’ve worked with the same group, or at the same level for too long. Perhaps you’re tiring of using the same, old textbook. You might even be losing your enthusiasm for your organization or school or, heaven forbid, fin ...
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A Guess Isn"t Good Enough: How to Help Your Students with Easily Confused Words

A Guess Isn’t Good Enough: How to Help Your Students with Easily Confused Words

Don’t let your ESL students get tripped up by these easily confused word pairs in English. Here’s why they can get confusing and what your students need to know to keep them straight. Help Students Distinguish between Difficult Words 1 Accept/ Except ESL students can confuse these words because of their similar pronunciation. Accept is a verb which means to take it as reality or tr ...
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Hello, How Can I Help You? 3 Fun Telephone Role-plays

Hello, How Can I Help You? 3 Fun Telephone Role-plays

Telephone role-plays are a great activity to do in your ESL class. Most of the time, they take little to no time to prepare, and they challenge both your students’ listening and speaking skills. Because telephone conversations do not happen face to face, the lack of visual clues can make these conversations a challenge for any nonnative speaker, and that’s a big reason why you should include ...
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