Books For Teachers

My blog is often visited by teachers from all over the world. Many of them are young aspiring educators. Being a teacher myself I remember how I was confused and overwhelmed when I had to look for things I needed to make my ESL teaching process efficient and comfortable for me and my students.

In this page I will gather links to some useful books for teachers as well as some products such as materials and supplies which I either personally have or simply dream to possess for my classroom. I really hope that this information and these ideas for a classroom and/or teacher’s office will be of help for both teachers and parents educating their own children.

Recommended Books for ESL Teachers


Grammar Practice Activities Paperback with CD-ROM: A Practical Guide for Teachers (Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers) (Learn More =>)

Grammar practice activities book for ESL teachers
This book allows ESL teachers to quickly find a practical activity at the level of their students and turn learning of boring English grammar into a fun and interesting process.

Fun with Grammar: Communicative Activities for the Azar Grammar Series, Teacher's Resource Book (Learn More =>)

Fun grammar activities resource book for English teachers
300+ pages of English grammar activities and games for classes at all levels with printable game sheets.

ESL Games: 176 English Language Games for Children (Learn More =>)

English language games for children, book for ESL teachers
A wide variety of adaptable game ideas you might never saw before to be used with large or small groups, from young learners to adults, divided into categories (listening/speaking, group size, English level, materials needed etc.)

The ESL / ELL Teacher's Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools, and Activities for Teaching English Language Learners of All Levels (Learn More =>)

ESL teacher's survival guide
The ESL teacher’s survival guide contains a number of helpful unit plans, game ideas, relationship-building and classroom-management tips that can be career-savers for aspiring teachers.



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