Lesson of the Week: Speaking Test Unit – Solving Problems

Lesson of the Week: Speaking Test Unit – Solving Problems

Speaking Test Unit – Solving Problems by Erin Slocum (South Korea ETA) One of the biggest challenges ESL teachers face is determining how to assess students’ speaking abilities. Such a variety of factors are involved in speaking another language that it can be difficult to know where to begin. That’s…

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Lesson of the Week: Plural Nouns & Admired People

Lesson of the Week: Plural Nouns & Admired People

Plural Nouns & Admired People contributed by an Indonesia ETA “Cat” changes to “cats”, but “mouse” becomes “mice” and “sheep” are always just “sheep” regardless of how many there are…isn’t English grammar simply a delight? Plural nouns can be a hard enough concept for English learners with mother tongues which…

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Lesson of the Week: Gender Issues and Inequality in the United States

Lesson of the Week: Gender Issues and Inequality in the United States

Gender Issues and Inequality in the United States by Pria Mahadevan & Angie Corchado (Brazil ETAs) March is Women’s History Month, and keeping with the theme started with last week’s LotW by South Korea ETA Jessica Chamorro, we’re featuring another lesson based around societal concepts of gender. “Gender Issues and…

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