Jim Scrivener is an ELT author and teacher trainer and has written numerous books for teachers including the best-selling Macmillan titles Learning Teaching and the award-winning Teaching English Grammar. Here he provides a whole host of teaching tips on a variety of topics.
Inside Teaching tips
This section is a forum for questions about methodology, grammar, professional development and more.
Jim Scrivener delves into his magic hat and brings us a wide range of general teaching and planning tips, such as setting homework, using coursebooks, pairing and grouping students, name games and lots more.
Jim Scrivener provides a useful compendium of grammar tips, including advice on teaching noun phrases, adjective order, articles, comparatives and more.
Ever wondered what do do with your old receipts? Well stop wondering! Jim Scrivener gives us some great ideas for using everyday random items such as receipts, timetables and bags, plus other inventive ideas to brighten up your lessons.
Jim Scrivener provides tips and imaginative lesson ideas for teaching speaking, listening, reading and writing in English.
In this series Jim Scrivener offers help for teachers who are preparing for the TKT, or Teaching Knowledge Test. In each instalment Jim focuses on one question from the exam and provide all the information you need to answer it.
This series of articles and lesson ideas by Chaz Pugliese explores what it means to be creative in the classroom, why creativity is important in a learning context and how teachers can become more creative in an ELT setting.