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a textbook with problems floating around it

It's often the case that students lag behind the level they are supposed to have acquired. You may have a textbook that is too difficult for your students. When a textbook is too tough students can become demotivated and unhappy.

Simplify

Focus on the...

20 Aug 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

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