Incorrectly pronounced sounds strain communication, sometimes even changing a phrase's meaning. Songs can help to remedy students' problems with this.
Pronunciation needs constant attention for it to have a lasting effect on students, which means integrating it into daily classroom procedures.
This article highlights what differentiation looks like in practice and outlines how an E3 lesson about the British Museum can be adapted to bring learners’ differences more into play.
This article highlights various ways in which mobile phones can be used to develop learners' digital literacy.
Are you working with learners who have great difficulty with reading and writing? This article looks at the learners, the skills involved, and some practical ways in which you can help them – not starting with the alphabet!
In the first part of this article the writer explored the use of delexicalised verbs and the problems they create for our learners. He now goes on to outline some ways in which we can help our learners with this tricky area and help them to make their English sound more natural.
In the first part of this two part article Shaun Dowling looks at delexicalised verbs, and the problems they cause for our students.
This article gives an extensive list of classroom activities that focus attention on collocation. This is the second of two articles on the topic. The first article - Collocation with advanced levels 1 - gives an overview of the topic of collocation in English language teaching and shows how this is a key area of study for advanced level students.
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