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TESOL is an acronym standing for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Generally speaking it is the same as TESL or TEFL and it is used as an umbrella term primarily in the USA. TESOL refers to the teaching [ ... ]How to Teach EnglishRead more...
TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. This acronym is commonly used in Europe, particularly in the UK and Ireland. In most cases TEFL is synonymous with TESOL and TESL, however there are differences [ ... ]How to Teach EnglishRead more...
Production, in TEFL terms, is simply producing language; in other words, speaking or writing. It is taking the raw material (language) and forming it into coherent utterances and sentences for others to hear or read. Language learning often follows this [ ... ]TEFL Teaching TechniquesRead more...
Brackets and Parentheses are punctuation marks in English which everyone knows, but many people get wrong. Even native speakers. But before getting on to how to use them, we'll begin by explaining exactly what the difference between them are. Types of [ ... ]Punctuation in EnglishRead more...
In English there are a number of different ways to be Negative and these depend on the original positive sentence. Generally speaking we make negatives in two ways. Either by adding not to an auxiliary verb or by using do/does/did + not: I am going [ ... ]FunctionsRead more...
Word Ladder is a simple game invented by Lewis Carroll (author of the Alice books). It's perfect as a quick 5-minute activity at the end of the lesson and is ideal for practicing and playing with vocabulary. A slight variation has it great for dictionary [ ... ]Spelling & Vocabulary ActivitiesRead more...
There are 3 approximate (and overlapping) groups when it comes to TEFL: adults, teenagers, and young learners. This article is all about teaching English to Teenagers, possibly the most likely scenario for new teachers and arguably the most difficult... [ ... ]TEFL Teaching TechniquesRead more...