Last weekend, I had the pleasure of presenting at the 2019 BC TEAL conference, working together with a friend and former colleague to deliver a short presentation around a website called Tricider, which helps to boost debate, conversation and engagement among students in English classes. Not only can students write their own responses, but also … Continue reading Using Tricider to spark conversation in the ESL classroom.
Many English learners always want to know how they can improve their English. Whether it's building vocabulary, improving listening skills, speaking skills or writing skills, the following list of websites will help you to improve your English quickly and easily. Not only that, but all of these resources are absolutely free! (You can listen to … Continue reading 5 FREE websites to help you improve your English!
Updated: March 2020. So, about back in 2018, I started teaching on italki, having first researched a wide range of online teaching websites, all with various promises, claims and flashy adverts. However, after digging down further, I settled on italki and haven't looked back since. Why? Well here's why... Preface: I should preface this post … Continue reading Teaching on italki in 2020. | Still worth it? |