Demonstrative Pronouns Exercise

Demonstrative Pronouns ExerciseAs an ESL teacher, I constantly find myself thinking of ways I can approach a particular topic to engage my students and give them interesting ways to learn and practice. I create word docs and slides. I cutĀ up magazines. I tape things; I fold things; I hang things. It’s a never ending endeavor. As you all know, some things go great, and some things fail terribly, made apparent by 30 confused or bored faces staring at me. Then, there are times that I give something a shot even though I think it will likely fail, but I end up pleasantly surprised by the outcome. This is one such activity. Continue reading

Demonstrative Pronoun Slides

demonstrative-pronounsTESOL Planner is happy to introduce the first of many in a series of classroom slides. In my classes, I use slides as my lesson plans. They keep me on task and help me flow through activities smoothly. They also provide visuals for students throughout the lesson and allow students the ability to review the lesson at home if they need more practice. Continue reading