Yes! Let’s! A Classroom Exercise in Accepting and Responding Language skills are important to you – after all, you’re a language teacher and you want to prepare your students in many
Drama in the Classroom – Gobbledegook We’re all talking gobbledegook, or nonsense, at times, even though we think everyone understands us so well! When we’re trying to learn a new
Pantomime In the United Kingdom the famous ‘Panto’ season has started, with all the famous fairytales and folktales acted out in hilarious ways and with talented (and hard working!) casts.
Status – so where do you stan We’re all very aware of who is above us, who is below and who is more or less on the same career level
Teaching English through Drama: Breathe in – and go for it! In one of my previous activity sheets I took ‘breathing’ as a subject for a lesson or even
Teaching Performing Arts – Breathing This activity can be modified to suit your learners’ age and level of English, and if you have more time you can extend it to
Teaching Performing Arts Teaching Performing Arts in schools has come a long way since both students and teachers have discovered that this versatile subject can do more for all involved