The Secret Language Learning Strategy Of Limit Testing When Teaching English

Limit testing is a language learning strategy and an interesting phenomena that can be applied in many contexts. For example, the basic principle of limit testing can be applied in competitive sports, negotiation, or engineering. In regards to LessonSpeak, limit testing as a language learning strategy is applied through use of increasingly more and more […]

Are you a busy teacher?

In this post, you’ll find English worksheets and English speaking practice exercises that you can quickly use in your ESL activities for adults.  Ultimately, we help provide English for everyone. We understand that as a busy teacher you probably have other responsibilities that you simply cannot neglect. With more people teaching from home, we’ve got […]

How to find the best conversational English curriculum

When I first started out as a freelance online English teacher, I had a hard time finding quality curriculum for teaching business speaking English to adults or teenagers. In this article you’ll find a road-map that will help you find the resources you need in order to deliver more value! What you won’t find is […]

How to help your conversational English students remember more!

First and foremost, you’ll need a firm grasp on what resources you ACTUALLY need. Do you want PDF files, Powerpoint files, Google Slide access, or a complex web portal/software?  If you haven’t yet, it is important to ask yourself this question: What will the student’s experience be like? Try to imagine you are in their […]

Your progression towards freelance teaching

It’s a pattern that you’ll see time and time again. It’s natural for some people to progress through this industry in such a way.  Where do I find a job? Where can I have clients come to me? Where do I find quality clients? How can I make money passively in this industry? There is […]

Top 10 questions, answered!

What does a typical day look like (before and after covid)? A typical day usually involves 1 – 4 hours of teaching, usually 2 or 3. I mostly have classes in the mornings but that changes based on what time zone I’m in. I used to spend the rest of my free time managing my […]