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Fifty Ways to Teach Pronunciation

This guide for new or experienced teachers of English as a second or foreign language contains fifty techniques, strategies, activities, and games for teaching pronunciation. It can be used alongside any existing textbook or without one at all, and is suitable for all levels. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Reading

This book for ESL/EFL teachers has 50 activities, games, techniques, and exercises to help you teach reading skills in an enjoyable way – for both you and your students! Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Speaking

This book addresses the teaching of speaking, including fluency, pronunciation, self-expression, discussion skills, and presentation skills. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach with Technology

Whether you wish to use students’ own mobile devices, conduct an effective and engaging lesson in a CALL lab, or simply expand your list of language learning websites, this book has a wide selection of ideas for you. Each activity notes the specific type of software and hardware you will need, and every website referenced is free or has an unpaid option. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Teenagers

This book presents ideas and techniques appropriate for teenagers, divided into sections for Icebreakers / Warm-ups, Vocabulary Revision, Grammar, Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening. Several of the activities are illustrated with photographs from the instructor’s own classroom. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Vocabulary

Vocabulary is the foundation of successful language learning. ESL/EFL learners need to be familiar with a great many words if they want to read, write, listen, or speak with ease. In addition to the sheer number of words and phrases students need to learn, what makes vocabulary acquisition so tricky is that one “pass” is never enough. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Writing

Writing ought to be the easiest of the four skills for students of English as a Second or Foreign Language. Unlike listening and reading, the students control all the words. Unlike speaking, the students can go back, check their work, revise it, and resubmit it. It should then follow that writing would be one of the most popular courses to teach. Read More…