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Wonderland Workshop 1 – Ice Breakers, Dr. Seuss – My Book About Me + Bounty Activities

As a real enthusiast of storytelling, I’ve decided to create a storytelling-based learning curriculum which will be conducted in form of a workshop with a lot of activities based on the book by Dr Seuss called My Book About Me. Storytelling-based learning or narrative-based learning is not something we see in everyday practice. This method …

Using Drama with Young Learners to Enhance Literacy and Build Confidence

Hello, my dear colleagues! I was honored to be able to present ELTA at the TESOL conference in Greece this year. The conference was amazing, but that is a story for another post. In this post, I will reflect on my workshop on using drama with young learners to enhance literacy and build confidence. 27th …

Young Learners: Learn English through Music and Movement – Songs are not Just a Warm-up!

Why is music important and can young learners learn English through music? Is it useful just in the warm-up part of the lesson, or it can be the focus of our lesson? Keep reading to find out how I facilitated an engaging music workshop. Let’s see what is learning English through music all about! I’ve …

Think Like a Teenager – 10 Methods and Activities to Motivate Teenage Learners

Teenagers can be notoriously difficult to motivate. Yes, that’s true. Instead of playing the blame-game and figuring out who is to blame for their lack of engagement, we should try to observe the world from their perspective. We were once teenagers, and we need to use that experience to engage and motivate our teenage learners. …