32 teaching functional language articles

Updated 3 May 2017

How to teach shopping language

40 telephoning activities

Favourites in EFL classes

How to teach like and would like

How to teach telephoning

Getting students to use more complex language Part Two

Getting students to use more complex functional language Part One

How to teach comparing and contrasting

How to teach hedging and generalising

How to teach advantages and disadvantages/ looking at both sides

How to teach supporting your arguments

How to teach the language of likes and dislikes

Sharing personal experiences in EFL classes (including useful functional language for that purpose)

How to teach requests – LINK FIXED

Activities for making requests – LINK UPDATED

How to teach dealing with enquiries – LINK UPDATED

How to teach giving examples – LINK FIXED

How to teach the language of prohibition – LINK FIXED

How to teach turn taking

How to teach checking/ clarifying

How to teach the language of opinions – LINK FIXED

Classroom speaking for the language of opinions – LINK FIXED

Tying functional language in with your syllabus – LINK FIXED

Teaching formal and informal language – LINK FIXED

Functional language for IELTS Speaking – LINK FIXED

What your students need to know about thanking in English – LINK FIXED

Classroom activities for the language of thanking – LINK FIXED

Classroom activities for the language of requests – LINK UPDATED

How to teach dealing with enquiries  – LINK UPDATED

15 things to teach about apologizing – LINK UPDATED

15 games for likes and dislikes – LINK UPDATED

How teach directions to young learners – LINK UPDATED

TPR for can/ can’t – LINK FIXED

Practice activities for can/ can’t – LINK FIXED

How to teach modals of possibility/ probability/ deduction – LINK FIXED

Games to practice want/ want to – LINK FIXED

How to teach have/ have got – LINK UPDATED

7 games for have/ have got – LINK UPDATED

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