Linda Dunsmore ITTT TEFL
Linda is a passionate traveler, language learner and TEFL teacher. After spending some time teaching in China, she moved to Korea in 2015. She now calls South Korea her home.
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Schools are starting again and students and teachers flock back to the classroom. Check out these simple and powerful back-to-school ideas and your students will surely remember this first lesson of yours for a long time!Read more
As an ESL teacher, getting your students talking can be one of the most difficult things to accomplish. English learners often lack the necessary confidence to speak openly and freely in English. The following activities are perfect for getting your students out of their shells! Here are 7 go-to activities for your ESL conversation class.Read more
Teaching young learners might be quite challenging, but once you catch their interest - you will be rewarded with their attention and progress. Here are 7 amazing games for learning English with preschoolers.Read more
February is a great time to introduce Black History into your EFL classroom! Here are 5 Great Activities For Black History Month in the EFL Classroom.Read more
This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate uncovering the question: Why is Teaching Vocabulary so Important?Read more
This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate and uncovers the reasons why learning grammar is essential, especially when teaching English as a foreign language.Read more
If you are teaching English in Asia, you will have the unique opportunity to experience Lunar New Year festivities like a local. Here are 8 Amazing Places to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Asia.Read more
The simple past is one of the most important tenses in the English language. As it describes past actions, it's quite an easy tense to teach using a variety of fun and interactive activities. Here are 7 activities for teaching the simple past for the ESL classroom.Read more
Are you looking to teach English online? Here are some useful tips for online teaching and interacting with parents.Read more
The present progressive is one of the most important tenses in the English language. As it describes actions currently happening, it's quite an easy tense to teach using a variety of fun and interactive activities. Here are 7 activities for teaching the present progressive for the ESL classroom.Read more
Teaching speaking skills is an important part of an ESL class. Sometimes, entire conversation classes are established that focus solely on speaking. Here are 7 great games for your ESL conversation class.Read more
Teaching vocabulary is an integral part of every ESL class. There are many ways teachers can introduce new vocabulary to their students that aren’t dull and boring and actually peak the students’ interest and get them excited to learn. Here are 7 great and easy ways to introduce new vocabulary to your ESL students.Read more