Are you an English teacher?

Help me help you!

Are you an English teacher?

It can be tricky sometimes, right?

Sometimes you need to know the difference between “get a bus” and “take a bus.”

So you Google it.

But the internet doesn’t help.

Sometimes you need to know why we can say “If you’ve finished, ...”

But the internet doesn’t help.

Sometimes you teach a grammar rule, then 5 minutes later you hear a British guy break that rule. And you need to know why and how.

But the internet doesn’t help.

That’s why I’d like to hear from you.

I’m trying to slowly build up a collection of blogs posts that answers those “tricky teachers' questions.”

Let me know what kinds of issues you’ve had as an English teacher and I will:

  • answer you directly first so you have an answer to walk away with;
  • try to write a more in-depth response in a blog post so that you can teach it in more detail;
  • if there’s enough interest, create a Clark and Miller worksheet / classroom game for you to download and use with your students.

Help me help you -- take 2 minutes to fill in this form and get your answer today (or tomorrow!).

Tricky teachers' questions

Tricky teachers' questions