Making students love English

Some activities that I guarantee keep students interested and wanting more!

I have successfully made my English room a good resource for learning English, a time for fun, where boredom has no place.


Building rapport in the classroom

How to get students to find out who you really are?

Let's face it. There's a stereotype that comes with being a male English teacher in Thailand. That is, we're all sex-tourists.


Straight from the student's mouth

Asking for end-of-term student feedback

At the end of each semester, I ask my students to write down one thing they liked about class, one thing they didn't like, and one thing that they think I should do better.


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