My new stuff last month

Have just linked to some of this, but if you look at it the glass half full way that means most of it is being mentioned for the first time…


Teaching countable and uncountable nouns (almost certainly not the way you are now)

12 reasons not to be afraid of an interactive whiteboard (even if you hate IWBs as much as I do)

35 reasons why everyone should write TEFL articles (yes, that includes you)

Present Continuous for future speaking and writing ideas


Simple Past of Common Business Verbs

Countable & Uncountable Nouns with the Same Meaning

Present Perfect Simple & Continuous Business review

Sorryand Apologising review

Making Uncountable Nouns Countable list dictation activity

Academic Writing Prepositions & Articles pairwork

Dealing with Enquiries Step by Step roleplays

Academic English Synonyms reversi game

Business Future Forms & Tenses Review

Business Modals Review

IELTS Writing Prepositions pairwork

Too Informal for most business emails

IELTS Speaking – When the question doesn’t match the answer

Academic English antonyms reversi game

Countable & Uncountable Nouns yes/no questions guessing game

IELTS Speaking Part One Dice Game

Dealing with Complaints Step by Step Roleplay Practice

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