Teaching Resources

Classroom Innovation, Y(our) Style

Here at GIGE, we’re always looking for new, innovative resources to use in our classrooms – and ways to find or create resources, as well. We want to create and curate resources that are adaptable to all sorts of different teaching situations because hey, we’re all about differentiation and making sure every student has the chance to succeed. Feel free to click around, see what we have to offer, and think about how you can adapt what we have here to your own classroom – and if you find something you like or that works well, drop us a line about it.

Eric’s Order of Adjectives

In my video on peripheral language skills for AsiaTEFL’s 2023 international conference, I mention a guide for helping students of English deduce the correct order of adjectives in compound-adjective words. Here it is: After considerable research and consideration I have compiled what I feel is the most extensive and reliable list to date. I hope…

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How to Assess in Theme-based Learning

Formative and summative assessments need to be approached a bit differently from standardized testing to assess progress in language acquisition throughout the school term.   Some benefits of Theme-based Learning assessment strategies are that they are much less stressful for the students and usually provide a more accurate evaluation of what your students have learned and…

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Pop Culture Resources for the EFL Classroom

Incorporating pop culture into the language learning classroom is a great idea on several different accounts. It naturally grabs students’ attention, allows the language to be experienced in real and authentic ways, teaches slang and colloquial English, and, of course, is tons of fun! It can be pretty difficult for teachers to find resources surrounding…

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