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Which TED Talks are the best for your English class? How can you use TED Talks to create engaging, inspiring lessons and get students to speak up in class? Don't miss this post on 5 of my favourite TED talks. Join the FREE printables library at the end of

Bringing in videos is a great way to integrate technology and I especially love TED talks. In a Grade 11 Speeches and Presentations course, I would have students create their own TED talk on a subject.

Blog Post - how to play grammar quidditch, a low-prep active learning game to get students outside (or inside!)

For the past five years, I have been slowly improving and managing the “Grammar House Cup”, our Harry Potter-themed, inter-homeroom comp.

High school English teachers and middle school English teachers looking for the most engaging (and time saving) lesson plans -- look no further. This is a treasure trove.

High school English teachers and middle school English teachers looking for the most engaging (and time saving) lesson plans -- look no further. This is a treasure trove.

Plan project-based learning

How to Plan Project-based Learning - learn the steps to planning PBL and get a free planning guide. Plus, check out the rest of the series to find out about differentiation, classroom management, driving questions, and more!

Number - I Have/Who Has is free and a great activity for large or small groups.  Very easy to play, this all-in-one activity will give your ESL students practice with numbers, listening, and speaking!  Enjoy!  #EFL #ESL #ELL

Number - I Have/Who Has is free and a great activity for large or small groups. Very easy to play, this all-in-one activity will give your ESL students practice with numbers, listening, and speaking!

No-prep warm up activities - ESL games

Running late and need time to make some photocopies or grab a cup of coffee? This list of no-prep warm up activities will allow you to buy some time and ease into a nice productive class.