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Minimal resources: Skills

Our experts are out in force to bring us a host of ideas for teaching skills with minimal resources. Get tips from Adrian Tennant, Lindsay Clandfield, Scott Thornbury, Jackie McAvoy and Alan Maley.

Skills tips and ideas

  • Minimal resources: Listening

    Author: Adrian Tennant Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes

    Adrian Tennant provides tips and ideas for activities that focus on the process of listening and aim to encourage the learner to become more than simply an eavesdropper.

  • Minimal resources: Using questions

    Author: Alan Maley Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes

    Alan Maley provides tips and ideas for using questions in teaching

  • Minimal resources: Using questions

    Author: Jackie McAvoy Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes

    Jackie McAvoy provides some student-centred ideas for using questions as a low-resource teaching material.

  • Minimal resources: Teaching writing

    Author: Lindsay Clandfield and Adrian Tennant Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes

    Adrian Tennant and Lindsay Clandfield provide us with some inspiring tips and ideas for teaching writing with minimal resources.

  • Minimal resources: Role-plays and discussion

    Author: Scott Thornbury Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes

    ELT legend Scott Thornbury gives us some imaginative tips and ideas for using role-plays in lessons.

  • Minimal resources: Speaking activities

    Author: Scott Thornbury Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes

    Scott Thornbury gives us some great tips and ideas for building dialogue in speaking activities.

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