Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
Information Gap Activities
This "Teacher's Corner" article provided by the US Department of State/American English explains what Information Gap Activities are and why using them with ELs is an excellent strategy. Useful tips are provided related to planning and conducting information gap activities in classrooms of all levels.
These 16 activities can be used in the classroom to encourage communicative use of language. This document is the outcome of a Teacher Development workshop conducted by Trinity College London for teachers of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in New Delhi, India.
Explanations of 10 cooperative learning structures adapted for the EFL classroom from Dr. Spencer Kagan's book, Kagan Cooperative Learning. All 10 structures can be adapted for teaching primary, secondary, or adult learners.
The Sounds of English site provides useful pronunciation information, lessons and activities. A collaboration by Holly Gray and Sharon Widmayer to help ESL students improve their English pronunciation.