Learning English with Laughter – ESL Curriculum and Activities for all Levels

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Learning English with Laughter supports these Schools with Curriculum:  Clinica Esperanza provides low-cost/no cost medical care to the people of Roatan. Patients can receive services from the walk-in medical clinic, women’s health center, pediatrics inpatient hospital, adult and pediatrics dental clinics with support from a laboratory and pharmacy. The clinic also provides outreach clinics and community health […]

ESL Practice Questions – Present Progressive Tense – Arctic Balloon Expedition – Part 3

Students around the world are under pressure to learn English. Most of them are attempting this as they work at a full or part time job. Others are studying subjects unrelated to English at high school, college or university. Thousands are worried and stressed about their marks and their financial situation. The type of English […]

Andrée’s Balloon Expedition – Part 2 Present Tense

Andrée’s Balloon Expedition – Part 2 Present Tense

The present tense is usually introduced first for English second language beginners. Although students will need to have studied this tense before they attempt these practice questions, a review is always a good idea. It may alert students to some small point of grammar that they haven’t previously noticed. Reviews can be interesting if they […]

ESL Practice Questions - Past Tense - Arctic Balloon Expedition - 1

ESL Practice Questions – Past Tense – Arctic Balloon Expedition – 1

Grammar can be a deadly bore. We’ve seen student sigh and shut their eyes at the thought of it. We know that in many countries it’s considered a necessary part of learning a language. When we tried to teach English to adults, without introducing grammar, we almost had a rebellion! So, whether we agree or […]

Building English Language Confidence in Children

Building English Language Confidence in Children

Building Confidence in Children Learning English Let’s assume you’re teaching rhyming words to your Children’s ESL class. Some of the children are interested in your rhyming words lesson but others aren’t participating. Perhaps they are shy, frightened or unfamiliar with some of the sounds. It’s important to understand why many English Second Language children feel […]

Choosing a Children’s ESL Curriculum

Choosing a Children’s ESL Curriculum

  The first thing that one has to realize when faced with a class of ESL children is that they are not short adults, they are something entirely different. Teaching ESL children can be extremely rewarding, and all kinds of fun, but having an interesting and effective curriculum is all important.

Suggestions for Cutting Costs in Providing Your Children's ESL Curriculum

Suggestions for Cutting Costs in Providing Your Children’s ESL Curriculum

Saving Money on Children’s Curriculum   The world has entered a period of difficult times. Millions of people have lost their jobs, companies that have had many years of success are closing their doors and people around the world are looking for ways to reduce their expenses. This article suggests some ideas that could reduce […]

Teaching the Simple Present Tense with the Negative

Teaching the Simple Present Tense with the Negative

When ESL beginners learn to answer questions with positive answers they progress without too much difficulty. The negative answers, however, are more complex because the pattern is different with the use of “to be” and “to do”.