https://youtu.be/J6QoUbVZiHQ Futian High School Project-Based Learning WorldTeachESL 2019 Amazing! Over 400 Chinese ESL students performed a daring active learning project within the third week together. Each student was able to perform complete sentences while being in front of their peers, and being filmed on camera. How was this accomplished in only three weeks with such … Continue reading Project-Based Learning Exercise
I just happened to stumble on a pretty interesting tool today. I was trying to find a word for people that are behind the times for my previous blog post. I did a couple of searches in Google without avail and eventually started scouring for a tool that did a reverse lookup on a word … Continue reading Reverse Dictionary – Ever asked yourself "What's the word for…"
One of the challenges in teaching English as a second language is to make learning as effortless as possible. By making learning easy and fun, the instructor can ensure that the material imparted is received, understood and retained. Language is all about meaning and context. The best way for students to find meaning and context … Continue reading Project-Based Learning For All Ages
Next Stop, Hong Kong! (revised) Another 3 days and 27 years to go! While these numbers seem different and it seems I have a different agenda this time around. I will be making a fifth return trip into Hong Kong and my perception has changed dramatically. Years ago Hong Kong was once a strange but … Continue reading What is home, Hong Kong?
Remember reading your first book? We recommend filming your students or children as soon as they start reading. It is a terrific confidence builder, as well as a time capsule to look back on. Another ESL FUN activity brought to by WorldTeachESL (Facebook) Video Time Capsule - My First Book Don’t pay or search for … Continue reading My First Book