Being brave and taking up challenges while giving up their timeworn limiting habits – this is what your students’ minds are set on. The topic of comfort zone always gets the ball rolling, so let’s make it the theme for your Business English (or any other language you teach) class. What will absolutely rock this … More Get Your Students Out Of Their Comfort Zones, There’s A World Out There!
People love other people’s life stories, especially those with the jackpot included. We’re always looking for a clue on how to be wealthy and successful; we want to know the magical recipe. Give your students such a story, base your lesson plan on an article about Zuckerberg’s or Tracy’s fairy-tale lives. But first, you need … More Four Steps To Tune Your Students Up Like A Piano
“So, what does symbiosis mean?” As I looked around the group of seven and 8 year-olds gathered around me, they looked back at me with big question marks in their eyes. “Ah…I have got their attention,” I thought. “Do you want to know how you can find the meaning of a word that you don’t … More Use “Zippy the Zebra” to teach new words from context!
Hello, BookBoxers! Welcome to the first post of our new blog created for you and by you! I’m very excited to get this blog started to share with teachers for your classrooms and parents at home. In this first post, I’m going to tell you about BookBox, how this blog works, and what to expect. We’re… … More Welcome!