In this post, we look at a new eBook which has been published by Peachey Publications: “30 Role Plays for TEFL” by Pete Clements and Richard McCully. It is a new publication which focuses on role play for the English classroom. In the video review below, I look at the first three role plays in the eBook with some ideas and recommendations for consideration for a future update.
I would recommend that you watch the video to gain a better idea of the material available – which is fantastic! All material is accessible by students with their smartphones and the authors have done a great service for offering more material in a role-play for teachers. The materials available are wonderful for letting students gain invaluable experience for a variety of settings and contexts.
Getting your first EFL job can be quite a challenge but needn’t be. In this post, we look at how to get your first EFL job after the CELTA and what resources are available. There is also a YouTube video which accompanies this post.
One of the biggest challenges is seeking a position as a newly certified EFL teacher. There are some opportunities available in certain countries which allow new teachers to flourish.
Writing the lesson plan on the CELTA can be quite tough. However, in today’s video, I look at how to make it easier to understand and how to break CELTA lesson planning down to help you do better with your teaching practice.
What is the best way to tackle the CELTA pre-interview task? How do you go about dealing with the pre-interview task? Watch this video for tips and run through of a common pre-interview activity.
Last week, I shared a post and video about the CELTA Interview and there were quite a few questions about the CELTA Pre-Interview Task. I created a video detailing how to complete the Pre-Interview Task by walking you through the task and how to answer some of the questions.
In my previous post, I recommended one book for online teachers which really helped me gain the confidence for online English teaching. In this post, I look at another book which will provide an opportunity for students to interact online via a platform which has been developed to coincide with either their digital online or face-to-face lessons. This book has been co-authored by Lindsay Clandfield and Jill Hadfield and is published with the support of Cambridge University Press, under the series of the Cambridge Handbook for Language Teachers.
Teaching online is becoming more and more popular, with many English adult and young learner students from around the world taking lessons from their laptop, tablet or smartphone. In this post/video post, I look at the best book for online English teachers.
If you are anything like me, I really am a sucker for free things. You might catch me at the supermarket trying out those free tasters and returning after five minutes or you might see me getting those “Buy One, Get One Free” offers. Fortunately, my thirst for free gifts was quenched with ESL Games World.
One thing that can trouble teachers is how to teach reading skills in an engaging and interesting way. When I was learning French or German at school, my teachers would give us a block of text – not all that I could understand – some comprehension questions and let us get on with it. Fast forward 25 years, and I have created some techniques to ensure that reading is dynamic and exciting.