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Fifty Ways to Teach Young Learners: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers book cover

Fifty Ways to Teach Young Learners

Teaching English as a second or foreign language is full of challenges: How do you hold students’ interest? How do you ensure that they get enough practice to really learn? Teaching young learners—children—presents unique challenges. Teachers are often looking for age- and level-appropriate activities. Read More…

Thirty Games for Social Change: Critical Thinking for ESL/EFL Classes book cover

Thirty Games for Social Change

English as a Second or Foreign Language, games, and global citizenship education form the perfect combination for the 21st-century language classroom. This ground-breaking book unites all three in a practical, classroom-tested series of lessons.

The first section features games that open up discussions for students to get to know each other and discover more about themselves. Read More…

At the River and Other Stories for Adult Emergent Readers book cover

At the River and Other Stories

At the River presents a combination of interactive reading instructional techniques and sound ESL methodology to give low literate students a bridge to mainstream ESL textbooks. Each unit provides structured, scaffolded practice in writing and reading letters, letter combinations, words, sentences, and paragraphs. Clear illustrations reinforce both phonics and vocabulary for everyday situations. Read More…

100 TESOL Activities for Teachers: Practical ESL/EFL Activities for the Communicative Classroom book cover

100 TESOL Activities for Teachers: Practical ESL/EFL Activities for the Communicative Classroom

100 TESOL Activities is a teacher training manual and activity guide that has been used by teacher training groups from Korea, China, Japan, Iraq, Peru, Mexico and many other parts of the world as part of the popular TESOL Certificate Program: Teach English Now! from Coursera and Arizona State University. Read More…

Creating Activities for Different Learning Types: A Guide for ELT Teachers, Trainers, and Writers book cover

Creating Activities for Different Learner Types: A Guide for ELT Teachers, Trainers, and Writers

Variety is the spice of life – and the lively classroom!

In this practical guide for instructors who create their own teaching materials, IATEFL President Marjorie Rosenberg briefly investigates different learner types/learning preferences found in the classroom and then shows how to create or modify activities to engage a variety of learning styles. Read More…

English For Scammers

Curious as to why no one has claimed their UK lotto winnings from you? Why no one wants to call about the box of cash valued at Seven million five hundred thousand Dollars US (7,500,000.00 Dollars)? Why no one is responding to your PASSIONATE REQUEST FOR JOINT MUTUAL INVESTMENTS BENEFITS? If so, this book is for you. Read More…

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The International Student’s Guide to Studying in the United States

Dazed and confused, nervous and excited, over 800,000 international students step off the plane and into new lives in colleges and universities all around the United States each year. The journey is exhilarating, but it is not always easy. Read More…

How to Be a Successful MOOC Student

This book is suitable for both native and non-native speakers of English, and is applicable to MOOC classes on any subject (and indeed, for just about any type of online study). Read More…

Sixty Words or Phrases Commonly Misused by ESL/EFL Students Preparing for Universities

This book is intended for classroom or individual study for students who need to clean up their grammar at the word level in preparation for university-level academic writing. It presents 60 words or phrases that are frequently problematic for advanced students of English, exposing the errors, explaining them, and providing examples of correct usage. Read More…

Answers May Vary: Essays on Teaching English as a Second Language book cover

Answers May Vary: Essays on Teaching English as a Second Language

Twenty-five essays on teaching English as a second language by renowned ELT materials writer and teacher trainer Dorothy Zemach. The wide variety of topics include classroom management, testing and assessment, teaching reading strategies, coping with cheating and plagiarism, teaching visual learners, culture shock, the value of a non-native teacher, and recognizing and overcoming teacher burnout. Read More…

How to Write an Essay, Workbook 1

Companion workbook for College Writing 2.1x, How to Write an Essay, a free online writing course for English language students, offered by the University of California/Berkeley. Read More…

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English Grammar and Essay Writing, Workbook 2

This workbook accompanies the online course, English Grammar and Essay Writing 2.2x, Principles of Written English, the second of a series of three courses offered by College Writing Programs of the University of California, Berkeley through edX.org. You do not need to have taken the first course to benefit from this second one. Read More…