Join American TESOL and Fluency MC live for the fourth episode of the ELT Game Show. Work as a team, and play a game where English teachers from around the world answer questions about grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, music, movies, science, history, and other topics. All are welcome to participate or attend.
Learning is a state of activity, and the quality of an English language classroom can be measured by student productivity. Discover how to formulate the best English learning activities, and how making easy activities allows all students to open the doors of achievement.
The only impossible learning journey is the one you never begin. Step inside the zone, and join us live with Jason R. Levine (Fluency MC) for an exploration into new ways teachers can elevate language learning with the top ten activities for the English classroom.
One of the most fascinating and fun things about the English language is learning and using idioms. An idiom is a way to express oneself with words where the actual meaning is inferred. Unlike a figure of speech, which is possible to understand even if you have never heard it before, an idiom is an expression that conveys something different from its literal meaning, and can’t be guessed from the definitions of its individual words. Idioms are delivered in phrases, which consist of verbs, adverbs, and prepositions.
Discover top tips to help English language learners express themselves with idioms and phrasal verbs. Learn to be cool as a cucumber when it comes to teaching English, and join us live with Fluency MC for an open and free webinar on idioms and phrasal verbs.
Join us live with Jason Levine (Fluency MC) to discover Baamboozle, his pick as the best free platform to create and play games with your English students.
Whether you teach young learners or adults, online or in person, Jason will demonstrate how to create your own games, and play games that other teachers have made on the site.