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Music in Foreign Language Learning

I remember from secondary school that some of my classmates who weren´t any good at school, and in addition quite lazy, would score high grades in English, especially in communicative and oral English. How come? It showed that they all either listened to a lot of...

Teaching with humour: howlers

What Is A Howler? "Howler" is a British word. Broadly speaking, a howler is a kind of blunder. A howler is like, but not exactly the same as, other members of the blunders family. The blunders family includes bloomers, bloopers, breaks, bulls, flubs, fluffs, gaffes,...

Improve your English conversation classes

There is an ongoing flow vibrating in the air. People talking, expressing themselves, their needs, their ideas, their world. The marvelous world of communication is taking place among English learners and English native speakers. The communicative competence The...

Free Writes from Personal Experiences

Continuing our series of articles on improving conversation in ESL classes through writing, in this article we present a way to encourage students to exercise their creativity from a more personal point of view: 'free writing' from personal experiences. This can be...

Is CELTA better than TEFL?

Is CELTA better than TEFL? is a question that comes up quite frequently. A CELTA course is a TEFL course so the question cannot be answered. Read more …

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