Category Archives: online games

New game-like worksheets March 2010 Part Two

Worksheet for MyStoryMaker online storytelling (see Sean Banville’s blog for more details on using that site) Company buffet meeting (if they can talk about food, they can do the language of meetings- with a little bit of culture sprinkled on top) … Continue reading

Posted in countable and uncountable nouns, Cultural differences/ cultural training, Family vocabulary, Food vocabulary, Future tenses, Grammar games, Household vocabulary, Language of generalisation, Language of meetings, online games, Speaking games, Teaching English in Korea, Technology, TEFL, Vocabulary, will for offers, Writing games | 2 Comments

Become (more of) a Webhead with free online training

with TESOL’s Electronic Village Online project, no less. Registration starts tomorrow and finishes on 10 January, so get there and get signed up. I was just about to sign on for Become a Webhead, Online games for ESL/EFL and/ or … Continue reading

Posted in CPD, Distance learning, Interactive whiteboard, links, online games, Teacher associations, Teacher training, Technology, TESOL | 1 Comment

ELT publishing trendspotter

New ways of getting content – Big publishers have been buying up books from smaller publishers (e.g. a couple from Helbling Languages ending up on CUP and Oxford buying up some business skills books) and even self-published books (I gave a … Continue reading

Posted in board games, Cambridge University Press, Critical Mass ELT, Delta Publishing, EFL CD ROMs, EFL geek, ELT Journal, ELT publishing, getting into ELT publishing, Helbling Languages, links, Macmillan, Marshall Cavendish, Materials, modern english teacher magazine, online games, Oxford University Press (OUP), Pearson Longman, Technology, TEFL, TEFL blogs, TEFL e books, TEFL games, TEFL reviews, textbooks, Writing ELT textbooks and materials | 8 Comments

New TEFL articles and reviews August 2009

Not many articles/ teaching ideas this month due to (a) the humidity (b) the baby (c) getting busy on the reviews (see below). Here are the ones I did manage: How to make English spelling interesting (or even fun) … Continue reading

Posted in Aviation English, ELT publishing, English for Academic Purposes, Graded readers (easy readers), IELTS, links, modern english teacher magazine, online games, Teaching young learners, Technology, TEFL, TEFL games, TEFL reviews, Using monolingual dictionaries | Leave a comment

Comparative and superlative adjectives worksheets and games

Twice as many worksheets, cross referenced to other parts of my worksheet pages, totally PDFified, and now with links to some great online games elsewhere: Comparatives and superlatives worksheets and games As I am getting too little sleep to concentrate … Continue reading

Posted in Adjectives, comparatives, Grammar, links, Materials, online games, Photocopiable worksheets, superlatives | Leave a comment