Search

teflgeek

thinking about language teaching

Category

business english

The Interview Round


Job interviews are fun things to prepare learners for.  A colleague and I once prepared a student for a job interview as a hotel receptionist by sitting her in the director's office and making spurious phone calls to her in... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Getting to know you: teaching on and offline


I have mixed feelings about Getting to Know you tasks in real world teaching.  I do use them, but it really depends on the class, their age and ability.  For example, if you walk into a corporate client, where all... Continue Reading →

Free Online #BESIG Workshop – Personalised Learning Programmes


It's my very great privilege to be running a free online workshop for the IATEFL BESIG next Sunday - 7th June. BESIG is the Business English Special Interest Group and they have been running their weekend workshop series since February... Continue Reading →

What is “good speaking”?


We are approaching the end of the first semester in our school and this is typically a time when we review our assessments, give out our grammar and vocabulary tests and write all the reports.  Like many schools, our reports... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑