2nd Conditional

Some interesting ideas on how to teach the second conditional:

California dreaming (Lessonstream)

How deep is the ocean (Lessonstream)

(Revised) Song Worksheet: If I Had a Million Dollars by Barenaked Ladies (WITH VIDEO)

Song: If I Had a Million Dollars Worksheet & Lesson Plan


2nd Conditional lesson plan (by English is a piece of cake)

Nursery Teaching Sessions

Get some ideas on how to design and implement nursery teaching sessions by reading this assignment and also listening to the recorded teaching sessions carried out a month ago in a Private Nursery School in Nea Smyrni (Athens). Teaching English to Very Young Learners is an area worth exploring!! I am grateful to the Lord for the excellent comments of my professor in the Open University.

Teaching 2- and 3-year-olds

Super Simple Learning Resource Center offers amazing ideas on how to teach English to very young learners. Free and easy material to make your students speak from the very first lesson! Try it!

Learn though movies & songs

House, M.D (an American television medical drama) – Everybody Lies [English subtitles]


Learn English Through Movies – One of the most enjoyable ways to learn the English language.

English stuff ESL

Learn English With Songs – New and Featured Quizzes

Song Worksheet: Last Christmas

See on Scoop.itsongs – activities

2 Word documents- student’s worksheet and teacher’s worksheet with answers and step-by-step instructions to carry out the lesson. The lesson was originally taught in a Greek classroom. It can certainly be enhanced. It is not a complete lesson plan. You can download it from the following link. Love, Victoria.

See on busyteacher.org

Skyfall, by Adele

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A gap listening fill quiz for English language students on the theme tune to the New James Bond Film Skyfall, to learn and practise using simple, high frequency English words.

See on www.esolcourses.com

How music changed my teaching life

A very nice article for English teachers!!

Oxford University Press

Patrick Jackson, author of Potato Pals, Stars, andEverybody Up, all published by Oxford University Press, shares with us the power of using songs in the classroom. This article was originally published on the Super Simple Learning blog.

Before I went to Japan and started to teach kids, I ran a late night café in Dublin. While there are some similarities between customers in a restaurant and students in a classroom, I certainly wasn’t qualified to be a teacher. I had very little training and, like many other foreigners who get a job teaching English just because it’s their mother language, I basically walked into a classroom with no idea at all about how to teach young learners. It’s an unacceptable situation that the TEFL industry has to look at. Anyway, I really didn’t know what I was doing and so I made it up as…

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