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ESL Grammar Practice Questions – The Conditional Video

This video gives many practical examples of the use of

Conditional Sentences, while telling an interesting old story.

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Manor House Secrets Video – Part 3

What started as a party at the old manor house turns tragic. This is part 3 of a 4 part series.

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Manor House Secrets Video – Part 2

Part 2 Manor House Secrets Video. First it was the disappearance of a valuable heirloom, but then – 2 murders! More mysteries! Continue reading

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Vancouver’s Brockton Point Lighthouse

While teaching in different countries, we found students who learned to speak English simply by watching television. We are presenting some interesting and sometimes funny videos for ESL students to practice their listening comprehension skills. Vancouver’s Brockton point has a … Continue reading

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Laughter at Successful ESL Can Relieve your Students’ Stress

Many people are experiencing a great deal of stress during these uncertain economic times. Those with jobs wonder how long they will last, while the young people graduating from school face a difficult time finding a job that utilizes their … Continue reading

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Hope for ESL Teachers During Hard Times: at Successful ESL

Well, we’re all here in this changing world, so we’ll look on the bright side plus the positive options that are available to us. Continue reading

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Tips for Spending Less While Providing the ESL Program of Your Choice

Regardless of the world’s ups and downs, the Internet continues to grow and the need for English second language materials increases. This article outlines ways in which universities, schools, and organizations can cut their expenses during difficult economic times by adapting the presentations of their printable ESL materials. Continue reading

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Suggestions for Promoting ESL Online Skills and Written English

This article stresses the advantages of a classroom computer when teaching ESL. It outlines one type of assignment that gives the students control over the content of their work. Continue reading

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Tips for Accommodating Advanced Students in ESL Classrooms

This article will list some ideas that might be a step towards solving the needs of advanced students in an English second language class. Continue reading

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Teaching the Subjunctive to ESL Students

If you mention teaching the subjunctive, most ESL teachers will try to change the subject. However, teaching the subjunctive is a lot easier than it seems at first glance. Continue reading

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