Month: January 2014

Working with songs: Hurricane (Bob Dylan)

Using songs in ELT is a great way of keeping learners motivated, and exposing them to new language and accents other than their teacher's! There are so many different ways to employ songs - as language practice, as a prompt for discussions, and the list goes on. Here are some tasks based on the song … Continue reading Working with songs: Hurricane (Bob Dylan)

Have they got the point?

How do you know that your students have understood the main message of what you're aiming to teach them? There are many short activities that teachers employ at the ends of their lessons to check whether the key information or point has really been understood and taken on board by their students. Here's a new … Continue reading Have they got the point?