Here’s a video from Cambridge University Press about ways to get students to stick to English in class:
A great way to push students to do more outside class.
A great tool which immediately transcribes words or sentences into the phonetic alphabet. Great to share with students or use in class for those problematic words.
Here are some great class “hooks” from English Central:
There’s also a great piece on 50 pieces of best practice for teachers:
Another great mind-mapping fluency activity from Olya at ELT Stories.
Fascinating podcasts on a wide range of topics:
A great activity for developing fluency.
Check out Duncan Elder’s great ESL blog:
Loads of great lesson plans for a range of levels.
Great communicative introduction to defining relative clauses.
Here are some great warmers/ice breakers from Adam Simpson: