HILARIOUS ESL Classroom Moment No. 3: Whoopee, let’s make the teacher laugh!

(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/1YAQrVH) As teachers (particularly ESL teachers), we are always teaching pretty much the same content for each level of English, and the things that keep ups motivated and interested, fall into two categories, the new techniques and theories of education and the fact that every month or semester we get a different ‘fresh’…

HILARIOUS ESL Classroom Moment No. 2: A lost love opportunity

(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/1jqNKGc) As teachers (particularly ESL teachers), we are always teaching pretty much the same content for each level of English, and the things that keep ups motivated and interested, fall into two categories, the new techniques and theories of education and the fact that every month or semester we get a different ‘fresh’…

5 ways to IMPROVE your VOCABULARY

Everyone needs to build their vocabulary at some time in their life, whether you are an ESL student who simply needs to gain vocabulary and use it for everyday life or if you are a native speaker who has got a new job or even is starting to study in a new area.  Vocabulary development…

World ‘ENGLISHES’ – is this really the FUTURE of English?

(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/1VVO3bt) Ever heard of Singlish? Manglish? Chinglish? Spanglish? These are all now recognised as ‘forms of English-es’. But do they really represent the future of English? People now completely accept American English, British English, Australian English and New Zealand English – 99.9% of these English language forms however are not in any way…