English Teaching Forum supports the teaching of English around the world through the exchange of innovative, practical ideas. Below is a description of each section of the journal, along with suggestions about how to use it.
In this article, the author describes a study on the use of a self-designed ESL online curriculum to cultivate self-authoring.
This article presents a three-strand approach to help L2 writers in EFL and English as a second language (ESL) instructional contexts achieve greater cohesion in their written work.
Learn about an activity using podcasts to model narrative writing techniques in this article.
In this article, the author presents an interactive evaluation method for use with upper-beginner and intermediate students in communicative English courses.
In this Teaching Technique, learn how to help students improve their spoken grammar through pair counting.
Learn how teacher Olga Afanasieva works through challenges to create opportunities for student success in this edition of My Classroom.
In this activity, students discuss one of their favorite topics—themselves! The activity involves listening, speaking, reading, and writing, and it can be adapted for almost any language feature.