Top 10 Video Resources for TEFL

Video is a fantastic resource for EFL teachers and one that can be put to use in a variety of ways. There’s a vast amount of fantastic video resources available online, from material created specifically for the TEFL classroom, to film and TV clips you can plan lessons around, and educational videos that will help…

The Best Resources for EFL Teachers

Your TEFL Org course will have taught you how to put together great lesson plans and activities but you might still be feeling a little nervous about starting your first TEFL job – it’s completely normal! Having quality resources at hand to help you put together exciting and engaging lessons is essential for newly-qualified EFL…

Further learning for EFL teachers

Once you have your EFL teaching qualification, the learning doesn’t stop there. It’s only just the beginning! We can all make improvements and it’s good practice to keep on top of new developments in English language teaching. Not only will this help your students with their English language studies, but it can also help you…

TEFL Easter Resources

Easter in the EFL Classroom

Five Easter Inspired Class Activities It’s that time of the year again – the Christian festival of Easter. From Palm Sunday at the start of the Holy Week to Easter Sunday, Christians around the world celebrate the rebirth of Christ. And for those less pious, there are chocolate eggs. Easter also provides a perfect opportunity for…

Grammar Dominoes [Teaching Tip]

Here’s an activity you can use for first, second or third conditional. I’ll use third conditional for this example; Dominoes; put the tables in two rows, and split the class in half. Hand out pieces of paper with half sentences written on them to each team. Make sure you have; the beginning of the sentence…

Song Word Race [Teaching Tip]

This is a great activity to wake your students up! Choose a song that you think your students will like, and contains grammar and language suitable for their level. Choose 10-15 difficult words from the song and write them on separate pieces of paper or coloured cards. You may want to drill the words with…