Next February, this blog will be celebrating its ten-year anniversary! Leading up to it, I’m re-starting a series I tried to do in the past called “A Look Back.” Each week, I’ll be re-posting a few of my favorite posts from the past ten years.
You might also be interested in:
A Look Back: Best Posts From 2007 To 2009
A Look Back: 2010’s Best Posts From This Blog
A Look Back: 2011’s Best Posts From This Blog
A Look Back: 2012’s Best Posts From This Blog
A Look Back: 2013’s Best Posts From This Blog
In 2014, I began posting several times a year for Teaching English-British Council, probably the largest organization in the world promoting English-language teaching.
You can read all my British Council posts here.
Their are quite a few of them, and they’re all quite practical.
Here are direct links and titles to them:
Distance learning and English Language Learners
Four questions – and answers – about teaching English online
My new classroom techniques and activities for 2019
Eight Ways To Help English Language Learners Feel Motivated To Read & Write
Three Ways To End The School Year Strong
The Top Blogs and Resource Sites For Teachers Of English Language Learners.
Four games for vocabulary development
Fifteen ways to adapt your textbook so your students aren’t bored to death
Four ways to give ELL students feedback on their writing
Four ways to encourage speaking in the ELL classroom
Putting Teacher Action Research Into Action
Five Guidelines For Effective Classroom Management
Strategies for self assessment
Increasing Motivation Through Students Setting Goals
Metacognition, Learning Strategies And Student Autonomy
Five strategies for ELL vocabulary instruction
Four strategies for grammar instruction
Instructional strategies for multi-level classes of English language learners
What Does Enhanced Discovery Learning Look Like In The ELL Classroom?
Ideas for strengthening English skills over the summer
The picture word inductive model
Six ways teachers can stay energized
Creating The Conditions For Self-Motivated Students
Four questions to ask before using an Ed Tech tool
Assessing English language learners
Using a “Three-Two-one” Speaking Activity