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Making Students Speak (1) – some general observations

There’s much to talk about teaching speaking, so I’ve decided to write three separate entries on the topic (hope I won’t bore you to death by putting some experience-based theoretical divagations first). The second...

Lesson Plan: New Year’s Resolutions

Time: 45 minutes Level: pre-intermediate (teenagers/adults) Materials: Worksheet : page1 – introduction and vocabulary exercises, page 2,3 – main activities focusing on individual and pair work, developing student’s language production page 4 – words...

Lesson Plan: JOB

Temat PRACA to jeden z głównych tematów, które interesują dorosłych słuchaczy kursów językowych. U podstaw decyzji o zapisaniu się na zajęcia językowe w wielu przypadkach leży właśnie praca (przyszła lub obecna). Poniższy plan lekcji...

Lesson Plan: It’s a wonderful Christmas time!!!

The following lesson has been designed to allow English teachers to incorporate into their classroom context some cultural elements concerning Christmas. The lesson consists of activities focusing on the selected words associated in different...

Lesson Plan: Santa Claus and His Christmas Attire!

The following lesson has been designed to allow English teachers to incorporate into their classroom context some cultural elements concerning Christmas. The lesson consists of activities focusing on the names of clothes that constitute...

Multiple Intelligences – an idea for a Student-friendly lesson (3)

Multiple Intelligences – an idea for a Student-friendly lesson Based on: http://www.businessballs.com/howardgardnermultipleintelligences.htm If you have some time for extracurricular activities and you are working with adolescent or adult Students at (at least) B1+ level,...

Inclusion: two sides of the same coin

For the last two decades, there has been a steady shift toward greater inclusion of children with special educational needs in mainstream classroom settings. At the heart of this tendency lies the fact that,...

Kiedy nauczyciel może być artystą?

Nie chciałam być nauczycielką. Jeszcze przed maturą mówiłam sobie i innym, że będę biegle znała obcy język, a może nawet kilka, ale nie po to, aby nauczać innych. Znamy obce języki przecież po to,...

Teaching in a freelance economy

The word “career” comes from the Latin “carrus,” meaning “wheeled vehicle”. When it first appeared as a noun in the English language, it meant “racetrack”, which only later changed to the modern “course of...