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Some Ideas for Teaching Prepositions One day, early in my teaching career, I saw a beautiful book lying on the sidewalk. I picked it up and put it in my pocket, because it was so shiny, and had such a beautiful color. That afternoon when I was teaching, on a whim, I asked the class […]

Listening and Speaking English Practice 1

Listening and Speaking English Practice 1

Beginner’s level – Learning English Practice – Sample See Learning English Workbook 1 here Listen and answer the questions below              Answer in Complete Sentences Listen to the questions, with the right column covered.   Try to answer the questions yourself.  Then listen to the answers.   Questions Answers Is Peter a […]

Alphonse the Human Cannonball

Developing Listening Comprehension in Children

Developing Listening Comprehension in Children

If English Second language children are interested and actively involved in what they are doing, they will learn to understand English. This article will present a type of activity that develops listening comprehension. When children learn their first language they are often responding to their parent’s language in an active way. Their response frequently includes […]

LEWL in Nepal

Our trip to Nepal to train teachers to use our ESL EFL Curriculum Written by: Brian, Learning English with Laughter Inc. Modified: August 15th, 2017 Published: March 6th, 2017

Getting English Second Language Beginners Started with Our Curriculum

Getting English Second Language Beginners Started with Our Curriculum

Let’s assume that the students entering a Beginner’s Class know the English alphabet, that is, they can name the letters and identify the vowels. They don’t, however, have any speaking or reading vocabulary. They want to learn to understand, speak, read, and write in English. Oral questions and group activities are an effective way to get […]