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ESL Warm Up Activities & Games for Adults & Kids | JIMMYESL

If you teach ESL, then you probably use ESL warm up games. While newer teachers often struggle to find warm ups for English class that are compelling enough for students, veteran teachers may burn out…

Hands-on activities for teaching prepositions in English! Teachers and tutors can use these simple activities with their English ESL EFL classes and students. These are also great for homeschool parents. These activities require little to no preparation, and your students will love them!

Hands-on activities for teaching prepositions in English! Teachers and tutors can use these simple activities with their English ESL EFL classes and students. These are also great for homeschool parents. These activities require little to no preparation, and your students will love them!

How to Make a Lesson Plan for Teaching English (The Definitive Guide) | JIMMYESL

How can you build effective lessons and feel in control of the class? Lesson plans are essential to planning and ultimately giving great ESL lessons. But isn’t making lesson plans long and arduous?

17 Fun ESL Vocabulary Games to Teach Kids and Adults

What are your methods for teaching vocabulary? Drills? Flashcards? Yuck! Boring! While these can certainly be effective, they can be a quick way to lose your student’s attention if you spend too much…

Conditionals Worksheets, ESL EFL activities and lesson plans

Quality EFL / TEFL / ESL worksheets, handouts, lesson plans and resources for English teachers.

ESL Amplified: Getting Students Beyond "I DON'T KNOW…"  high expectations for the beginning of the year!

Start the year off right with high expectations for your English Language Learners! Some students learn to avoid answering difficult questions by reminding teachers of their limited English skills. "I don't know" or "I can't" may become a common refrain! Here are some ideas to help shift students' mindsets from knowing the right answer to putting in the effort to figure it out. 1.) Talk about the brain as a muscle: the more you work it out, the bigger and stronger it gets! My elementary…