The following is a list of websites offering free access to teaching and learning resources during the COVID-19 outbreak. Quizlet — Using Quizlet’s free study sets, study modes and in-class game, you can instantly create a more engaged classroom. News-O-Matic — News-O-Matic is the first daily newspaper just for kids. It provides […]
This can be used as a speaking activity with lower level classes. With any class it can be a quick filler or warm-up activity. I cut photos from the newspaper, the human interest ones, not political, because newspaper photos are often striking, clever, funny etc. Within a couple of weeks […]
Buttons for stimulating speech I collect old buttons. Here’s a lesson I did using my buttons. Students selected one (and many of them are fascinating.) They had to draw and describe the garment it came from say who was wearing it where that person was how they came to lose […]
The Road Less Travelled Presentation by Simon Crosby The presentation is about Simon’s doctoral research into translanguaging told through the eyes of a Syrian refugee and her language learning experience in Aotearoa. Watch Simon’s presentation.
Available now to TESOLANZ members are the presentations and video recordings from the 2019 symposium Building the knowledge base: Connecting research to practice in assessment & EAP, which was held at Wintec, Hamilton on 13 July 2019. Current TESOLANZ members can log in and access the presentations in the Members’ […]
Slides are available from Nicky Riddiford’s plenary discussion at the 2019 TESOLANZ AGM. Helping Newcomers Adapt to Life and Work in New Zealand.