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Game Resources for Teaching English

It is a general belief statistically proved that using games in teaching English brings numerous benefits for learners at all ages and levels. It is handy now as teachers can search for the suitable games online. Below is a list of websites consisting of a variety of games that can be surely applied in your... Continue Reading →

25 Sure-Fire Strategies for Handling Difficult Students (Part 3)

When Personalities Clash . . . Sometimes, despite our best intentions, we find ourselves actively disliking one of the students in our charge. The student may be rude, disrespectful, disruptive, obnoxious, or otherwise annoying. It's just human nature; some personalities clash. But instead of feeling guilty about our feelings, we can take positive steps to... Continue Reading →


This is the second part of an article on drilling, a technique that has been used in foreign language classrooms for many years. It was a key feature of audio lingual approaches to language teaching which placed emphasis on repeating structural patterns through oral practice. This second part will focus on how we drill. Here... Continue Reading →

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