Category Archives: Feelings vocabulary

Emotions vocabulary page much expanded

New article, many new worksheets and flashcards, plus new links to songs and stories here: Feelings vocabulary index page Advertisements

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Using video to practise specific language points

Updated 9 March 2017 Been inspired by TEFL star Vicki Hollett’s blog carnival on the topic of video in ELT to finally put together a list of my many articles and worksheets on the topic in a more accessible way, including … Continue reading

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New ELT photocopiables April 2011

Many thanks again to  for putting these up, and for motivating me to do answer keys etc – something my students are appreciating too! In no particular order: Teleconferences and video conferences stages game (a much neglected point made … Continue reading

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New EFL articles November 2010

As I am currently between jobs, the top articles are to make the rest of you unemployed too by making students suddenly realise how much they can do with conversation exchanges or self-study instead! Articles for students Activities for conversation … Continue reading

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New TEFL articles etc June 2009

Here is this month’s supply, perfect for reading while your students do their end of term tests: Using with EFL young learner classes (a great way of doing dialogue writing etc, with link to worksheet) 18 fun activities on … Continue reading

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