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children in dialogue on phones

An ESL teacher asked me how to teach a dialogue to her primary school students. Since her students have very little vocabulary, and poor pronunciation, she does not know where to start.

Teaching a language is like building. Imagine you are building a house. To build it you need...

06 Sep Shelley Vernon No Comments
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 1 Comment
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

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