Whether you love them or hate them, gap fill exercises seem to be everywhere. If you are teaching from a course book you are always going to come across a gap fill exercise. If you are teaching using music, you … Continue reading Gap Fill Exercises – Reviewing the answers with PowerPoint
There are many situations where it isn’t possible to use technology in the classroom. It can be because the classroom doesn’t have the necessary resources, or worse the technology has failed and you need a plan B. It may also … Continue reading Actors, Directors and Prompters.
I am not against vocabulary lists or word banks as a way to review what you have studied, but I am curious why they are used so often to introduce new language. As a language learner myself, I am fully … Continue reading Don’t show lists, focus on words!