Teaching listening to ESL and EFL students can be challenging. This article describes a fun listening activity that can be used with ESL and EFL students of all levels.
Try this short lesson to practice “can/can’t” structures with beginning ESL/EFL students, or as a warm-up for students who are already familiar with using “can/can’t.”
Familiarity with the meaning and use of idioms in English is necessary for success on the TOEFL IBT. Getting ESL/EFL students to keep a journal of English idioms increases their language awareness and helps them start learning on their own.
If you only know a few words of Italian, having the ability to be polite will make those few words go a lot farther because people will appreciate your effort to be courteous and respectful in their language. This lesson focuses on some of these common Italian greetings and courtesy phrases.
This is an Italian conversation lesson designed for beginning learners of any age. In this lesson, students will be introduced to Italian job words, and conduct short interviews in pairs.
How can you work with a teacher or mentor to plan your extracurricular project and get the most out of it? This article discusses choosing projects, setting goals, and assessing final products.
Writing a summary for a book report can be a daunting task for students, especially for a long book. How can you choose the most important parts of a book to write about without the summary being too long or too short? This article discusses some ways you can prepare, plan, and write a good summary.
This is a lesson designed for beginning learners of Italian of any age. Using words for food, learners will practice articles and the ‘there is/there are’ construction in a short role-play. A media file containing food and drink vocabulary is attached.