This blog and video briefly describe Krashen’s widely known and well-accepted second language acquisition theory. His theory has dramatically impacted all areas of second language research and teaching.
How to motivate your students to do homework. Homework is difficult and has negative connotations, so how do we provide homework motivation? The underlying negative perception of homework has to be turned into a positive. Motivate your students towards a positive view by comparing homework to practising a sport, playing a musical instrument, learning to drive, etc. These are usually things that people like to do, and they value the practice because they can see a return on their effort. As a result, they become a better golfer, swimmer, football player, musician, artists, etc.
English teaching warm-up activities for online teaching get your students more engaged and motivated. Here are three great examples you can use. Take a look and try them out.
Whether you are teaching the zero, the first, the second or the third conditional, you are bound to find some challenges lurking around the corner.
Here is a fun lesson for English language learners with levels from B2 to C1. The objective is having fun at the same time as practising language concepts.
Here are some tips about how to present English teaching material. If you follow them, your students will take in new material more effectively and be more likely to retain new information.