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Organizing ESL Computer Time on a Classroom Computer or in a Computer Lab

Many schools, however, have one computer in each classroom. This article will discuss ways of organizing your classes for computer use in the classroom and for work in a language lab. 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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Storybooks Model Creative Writing for Pre-Teen ESL Students

This article offers some suggestions for using stories to promote creative writing. Continue reading

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Teaching the Conditional in the Present and Future Tenses

There are many times when we need to talk about something that may or may not be true. The problem is that we don’t know if it is true or not and we want our listener to know about our doubt. Continue reading

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Planning a Planet’s Future Government – for Advanced Students

As the world population increases we must consider ways to make our planet an adequate place for everyone. Continue reading

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A Pioneer in Vancouver Part 1

Gassy Jack was said to be the first permanent resident of the city of Vancouver. This is a remarkable story.

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Teaching the Future Progressive Tense

I’ll try to explain the grammar in a simple way and provide some practice activities. Continue reading

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The Eiffel Tower

Students learning English will enjoy relaxing with this interesting video. The Eiffel Tower is one of the best known landmarks of the world.

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The Fussy Monk Video

This is a funny video for esl students. Students can practice their listening and comprehension skills while enjoying themselves. Continue reading

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A Spectacular Journey Video

Pioneer 10 was very successful in sending back pictures of different parts of our solar system. It has travelled farther than any man made object, and it is still travelling. Continue reading

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