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african kids at a school in uniform

Are you going abroad to teach English? How exciting! The chance to discover a new culture and enrich your life with new experiences and challenges.

You may be heading for a place where the classrooms have no doors, the windows have no glass panes and there is no heating or...

31 Jul Shelley Vernon No Comments
teens-on-phones-leaning-against-fence-bored

*Hello ESL English teachers,

Happy summer holidays for many of you!

Here's a skit from my new book of ESL skits for teens. This skit drills first and second conditionals. Use it with any group size from one to fifteen teens. If you have a student one on one...

28 Jul Shelley Vernon 6 Comments
row of toy cars

Do you know a direct, simple and fun way to understand the possessive pronouns MINE and YOURS?

The teacher asking me this question wants the kids to understand the basics thoroughly. Otherwise, they will still be making the same mistakes when they are thirty-eight! His class size varies...

20 Jul Shelley Vernon No Comments
cartoon of five toddlers of multi ethnic origin

A super-experienced English teacher wrote in with his problems teaching toddlers English.

Problems teaching toddlers in China

First of all I just want to thank you for all the teaching content over the years. I am a great fan. I have a problem and I really hope...

10 Jul Shelley Vernon No Comments

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