A couple of weeks ago I wrote about how I wanted to experiment with the flipped classroom approach and asked students to complete a task at home. Encouraged by the response I got from students, I decided to try again with a reading text. The coursebooks I use (in-house textbooks) have one long reading as … Continue reading Flipped Classroom: Episode 2
Although I’m not from here, Manchester has become my adopted city and definitely feels like home. With that in mind, I thought I’d share this video of Korean Billy trying the Manchester accent… great job! How do you deal with different accents of English in your classroom? Continue reading Watch “Manchester Dialect Words [Korean Billy]” on YouTube
So I originally hoped that by now I would be posting fairly regularly on this blog, as a way to interact more with the EFL community and try out ideas for my diploma course, but unfortunately life has rather got in the way. My first child was born recently, so in the last couple of … Continue reading Time poor…
Students often theorise about how difficult a language is to learn. But is it even really possible to “rank” languages in order of supposed difficulty? Voxy.com shared this infographic. What do you think? Which category would your learners put English into? Continue reading Hardest to Learn?
Welcome to sharefl! I’ve been teaching English as a foreign language since 2012, and in that time I’ve definitely made use of the amazing online community of teachers and trainers who have shared their ideas and lesson plans over the years. So I’ve started this blog to give something of my own back, and try to … Continue reading Welcome to Sharefl