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Our Favourite Resources For:

Finding the right resources to help you teach or learn the English language needn’t be so hard! I have compiled a list of courses, apps, equipment, planners and other tools that I have personally used or verified which may give your skills a big boost!

English Language Learning Resources

If you are trying to advance your English language skills, take a look at some of these:

For all Levels:

Step-by-step pathway to help you learn English from beginner to advanced. Every day, modern English conversation. Audio and video lessons Free Lifetime account.

Improve Your Overall Skills:

Learn a variety of skills with a simple search at Udemy. Taken by thousands of students. Find out more here.

Improve Your Pronunciation:

Elsa Speaks

Improve your pronunciation and accent with this AI Coach. A 7-day free trial is available here.

Improve Your Writing:

Grammarly

Enable Grammarly to check for writing suggestions and corrections in your files and emails for free.

Improve Your Fluency:

iTalki

Find your perfect one-on-one tutor to sound more native-like and achieve your learning goals. Start here.

Learn From a Professional Course:

Coursera

Professional online courses, specializations and degrees from prestigious universities. Learn for free.

For Beginner to Intermediate Students:

A course that combines American culture with language learning. Free trial here (no credit card required)

Our Favorite Resources For Teachers

If you want to be an ESL teacher, take a look at some of these:

Get Certified:

In-depth, Internationally-recognized TEFL courses for those who want to teach online or abroad. Get qualified.

Most suitable for some online part-time teaching. Accepted by some teaching companies. Get our special discount.

Your Digital Classroom:

Manycam

Get your own digital props, show pictures (of anything!), use whiteboard and green screen. Great for explaining things online. Try free.

Get Paid For Your Freelance Work:

The #1 way to send and receive foreign currency, and exchange currency with the lowest fees and rates here.

Another way to get paid, that connects with some freelance marketplaces. Try here.

Start Your Online Teaching Business:

Teacher Entrepreneur Challenge Review

A 30-day challenge that teaches you how to market yourself and improve your sales skills here.

Resources: Free Props

We can explain concepts to young learners by using props. Here are some props you can download for free and use in your online classes.

How Do I Use the Props?

  1. Sign up for an online teaching company by using the links on our site
  2. Download the props and print them on card (slightly thick) paper
  3. (Optional): Cut them out in a square shape. Some are grouped in categories that you can cut out together (like the numbers)
  4. You can glue them to lollipop sticks or laminate them for easy storage
  5. Use the props when needed in the online classroom

The Props Pack Includes

  • Transport and Countries
  • Family
  • Numbers and Shapes
  • Animals
  • Food
  • Seasons and Weather
  • Hobbies
  • Reward Systems
  • Feelings
  • Common Questions and Instructions

Making Teaching Easy

TPR Teaching

Remember – use props in combination with TPR (Total Physical Response). TPR can replace props because you can ‘act-it-out’. Read our article that shows how to use TPR in the online classroom.

Downloadable Props with TPR Teaching
Teach English Online with TPR Teaching

Office Supplies

Classroom Background

Props For Kids

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