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Even experienced ESL teachers get stuck in a rut. It's time to find some fresh ideas! Whether you're a first-time ESL/EFL/TEFL teacher, an experienced but overwhelmed instructor, or an instructor without a textbook, you need more activities for your conversation or speaking classes. If you're tired of wasting time wading through the junk on the Internet, then Jackie is her Even experienced ESL teachers get stuck in a rut. It's time to find some fresh ideas! Whether you're a first-time ESL/EFL/TEFL teacher, an experienced but overwhelmed instructor, or an instructor without a textbook, you need more activities for your conversation or speaking classes. If you're tired of wasting time wading through the junk on the Internet, then Jackie is here to help. During her decade of experience as a CELTA/DELTA certified teacher, author Jackie Bolen has developed countless games and activities for her students. She’s sharing her low-prep/no-prep ideas with ESL teachers throughout the world. In 39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities, you'll get over three-dozen ideas to use in your own classroom. The highly-detailed descriptions will show you exactly how to use the activities during your lessons. Jackie's clearly and concisely explained activities will help you add instructional variety and put the focus back on your students. If you're extremely busy or you're simply out of new ideas, Jackie's book makes it easy to try out new and exciting activities your students will love! Buy the book to get new lesson plans ready to go in minutes!


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Even experienced ESL teachers get stuck in a rut. It's time to find some fresh ideas! Whether you're a first-time ESL/EFL/TEFL teacher, an experienced but overwhelmed instructor, or an instructor without a textbook, you need more activities for your conversation or speaking classes. If you're tired of wasting time wading through the junk on the Internet, then Jackie is her Even experienced ESL teachers get stuck in a rut. It's time to find some fresh ideas! Whether you're a first-time ESL/EFL/TEFL teacher, an experienced but overwhelmed instructor, or an instructor without a textbook, you need more activities for your conversation or speaking classes. If you're tired of wasting time wading through the junk on the Internet, then Jackie is here to help. During her decade of experience as a CELTA/DELTA certified teacher, author Jackie Bolen has developed countless games and activities for her students. She’s sharing her low-prep/no-prep ideas with ESL teachers throughout the world. In 39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities, you'll get over three-dozen ideas to use in your own classroom. The highly-detailed descriptions will show you exactly how to use the activities during your lessons. Jackie's clearly and concisely explained activities will help you add instructional variety and put the focus back on your students. If you're extremely busy or you're simply out of new ideas, Jackie's book makes it easy to try out new and exciting activities your students will love! Buy the book to get new lesson plans ready to go in minutes!

30 review for 39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities: For Teenagers and Adults

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie ((Strazzybooks))

    This was a quick and effective book for busy teachers or teachers looking for a little spark of inspiration. I recommend this for ESL teachers, especially those in high-school or adult settings. The games and activities are practical, easy to incorporate, and seem effective. I plan to use at least 5 of the ideas this semester in my advanced adult class. The author is a teacher in Korea so some of the activities focus mainly on teaching in Asia and won't necessarily do well with all classes, but This was a quick and effective book for busy teachers or teachers looking for a little spark of inspiration. I recommend this for ESL teachers, especially those in high-school or adult settings. The games and activities are practical, easy to incorporate, and seem effective. I plan to use at least 5 of the ideas this semester in my advanced adult class. The author is a teacher in Korea so some of the activities focus mainly on teaching in Asia and won't necessarily do well with all classes, but the author points this out freely and offers ideas on how to adapt the activities. Overall this was a helpful (and only 99 cents on Kindle!) purchase. I'm looking forward to checking out more of the author's books and ideas.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Lynn

    Excellent teaching techniques! Teaching can be a very hard and frustrating job. I bought this book for my sister in law who teaches ESL classes and is always looking for a new approach. She carries this book with her all the time to her classes and her students really enjoy picking new games to play from it. She has learned many great techniques that are really improving her students language skills. I highly recommend this book for teachers who are looking to change up their daily routine with Excellent teaching techniques! Teaching can be a very hard and frustrating job. I bought this book for my sister in law who teaches ESL classes and is always looking for a new approach. She carries this book with her all the time to her classes and her students really enjoy picking new games to play from it. She has learned many great techniques that are really improving her students language skills. I highly recommend this book for teachers who are looking to change up their daily routine with a new approach.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Roy Ogren

    Fabulous A great resource for helping you create a genuinely student- centered classroom in which students do 70 to 90% of the talking. Unlike some teacher manuals, this book contains realistic activities that can be tailored to any level. The author not only has impeccable academic credentials and impressive first-hand experience, but also conveys great sensitivity toward the struggles of ESOL learners. I will immediately be using some of these ideas in my classes.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Hanna

    Ebook hard to use This book could have been a valuable addition to my teaching library. However, I found it very difficult to use because it is hard to move between, mark, and return to games. Perhaps the paper edition is easier to use

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