Fun and Creative Ways to teach English

6 unique ways to teach English As a teacher, you’re probably always looking out for new and interesting ways to inspire your learners. Once you’re equipped with a handful of options, you can tailor your teaching approach to help your students progress and aim for outstanding results.

 


Fun ways to teach English collocations Do your students have difficulty deciding which words go together in English? Tim Warre, who won our most recent Teaching English blog award for his Mr Bean video lesson plan, lists his most effective tips for making learning collocations fun.

 


‘Teaching artists’: creative ways to teach English to immigrant kids Liane Brouillette received funding for this research from the California Department of Education and the United States Department of Education. Bringing professional actors and dancers into the classroom may seem an unusual strategy for boosting the …


10 creative ways to teach English that deliver outstanding results How can children access stories, poems and other texts if their minds and imaginations not fully engaged? We have found that immersing children in a range of creative activities before reading the text means that they are fully prepared, and excited, about …


 

Teachers turn students, learn better ways to teach English In a bid to improve the quality of performance of Class X students in English language in the forthcoming public examinations and also to increase the pass percentage in the same subject, a workshop has been organised for 160 teachers by the School …

 


6 Fun Ways to Teach Vocabulary Words in Your Classroom Learning vocabulary may not be the most exciting thing students do school, but by using interesting and fun ways to teach vocabulary words … teach vocabulary is to find videos that showcase the words used in lesson. Videos created for people learning …

 

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