Traffic Lights‏‎ in English Language Teaching

Traffic Lights is a way of understanding if your students are with you in a lesson or if they’re having problems understanding what is going on. Background During a class there are times when students have not understood what you are saying and are beginning to lag behind. As a […]


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Total Physical Response in TEFL

Total Physical Response (TPR) is a teaching method based on the idea that a new language can be learned through actions and that movement can help students learn and understand. It was first developed by James J. Asher‏‎ over 30 years ago. We all have preferences for the sensory system […]


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TOEIC

TOEIC or Test of English for International Communication is an English exam designed to test a user’s ability in the workplace. The test consists of a 2 hour multiple choice test of 200 questions on listening‏‎ and reading‏‎ comprehension. There is also a TOEIC writing‏‎ and speaking‏‎ test as well. […]


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Tips on Using Interactive Boards

Here are a few quick tips for TEFL teachers on using your blackboard, glassboard, whiteboard or interactive whiteboard in class. Face the Class‏‎ Don’t stand with your back to the class! Doing this is an opportunity for them to tune out and start talking. While you are writing on the […]


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Tips on Using Glassboards

Here are a few quick tips for TEFL teachers on using your blackboard, glassboard, whiteboard or interactive whiteboard in class. Face the Class‏‎ Don’t stand with your back to the class! Doing this is an opportunity for them to tune out and start talking. While you are writing on the […]


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