Category: Lesson Planning

Teaching English to Young Learners Using Stories: The Ultimate Guide

Stories are effective educational tools because they are believable, memorable and entertaining. Children usually enjoy listening to, reading and telling stories so the use of storytelling creates a good learning environment. The Benefits of Using Stories in Teaching Children According to (Ellis and Brewster, 1991, p.1) in The Storytelling Handbook : Stories are motivating and […]

The Five Main Stages of a Model EFL Lesson

1. Setting the Lesson Objectives It’s important to write SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timed) objectives for your lessons. Here are some examples of this kind of objectives. Once you’ve have set your objectives, you need to think of the context or situations where the language is used. It’s the context and the situations that […]

9 Best Ways to Finish EFL Lessons

It is as important to end an EFL lesson effectively as you start it. Your main aim is that your students leave the classroom with a good feeling about themselves and their learning. They should end their EFL lessons with a sense of achievement and the knowledge that they have made progress in their English. […]