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Training Videos

Videos on teaching techniques for adults as well as young learners.

Better Board Work Ideas to improve your whiteboard skills
Concept Checking Questions How to effectively check student understanding of new language
Conducting Communicative Tasks How to conduct communicative tasks
Creating a Kinesthetic Classroom Get more blood pumping into your students' brains by making them MOVE!
Creating Supplementary Activities Some ideas to supplement materials with kinesthetic activities
Designing Communicative Tasks How to design communicative tasks
Eliciting Eliciting is teaching
Engagement in the Classroom 3 steps to becoming a 5 star teacher
Giving Feedback Feedback is the cornerstone of our profession. Learn two techniques for giving this here.
Giving Instructions Find the five stages in giving clear and understandable instructions
Good and Bad TTT How to increase good use of TTT and avoid less effective TTT
Grading Language Discover how to grade your language so your students can understand you better
Making Praise Specific How to give more effective positive feedback
Managing Mixed Level Classes Differentiation strategies to accommodate differing levels
Monitoring a Speaking Activity Once you've set up your communicative task, you'll need to monitor your students…

PARCing Fluency Based Tasks

Phonology Video Library

How to make speaking tasks more communicative

A range of videos demonstrating techniques and activities to support learners' pronunciation

Providing Feedback F2F Feedback techniques specific to Face to Face lessons
Providing Feedback in EF Classrooms An overview of how to and how not to give feedback
Providing Feedback Life Club More techniques specific to Life Club classes
Providing Feedback Workshop More techniques specific to Workshop lessons
Setting up a Context Engage students, make tasks more communicative and realistic
Sounding Natural Pronunciation, the Cinderella of TEFL (for Adults)
Sounding Natural Pronunciation, the Cinderella of TEFL (for young learners)
Starting Lessons on the Right Foot Begin lessons by building relationships with students
Teaching Connected Speech The next stage of teaching pronunciation
Using Routines with Very Young Learners Find three techniques which you can use to get very young learners' attention while helping them have fun and learn English
Using Speaking Aids Are you students quiet? Want to get them talking more? Check this out…
Wrapping Up Lessons Make your lessons more memorable by ending them with a BANG!
Writing a Lesson Aim Like a traveler with a map, every lesson needs an aim. How do you write one? Watch this.

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