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Let's Teach English: Examples of Classroom Management

In this final appearance of Let's Teach English, we present a collection of classroom management tools for teachers as well as the complete set of teacher and students texts.

Thank You to Our Actresses

We are grateful to the hard work and patience of our actresses in these videos. Some of the 'students' were international students and Voice of America interns, who spent two weeks working with us and trying to keep up with their other duties, too. Our teacher, Alice Bryant, contributed many wonderful ideas for the series. We also wish to thank Leslie Opp-Beckman and Linda Wesley, who edited all of the documents and course materials, helped to write the scripts, and directed the filming.

Examples of Classroom Management

In our final video, we explain methods for managing your communicative language classroom. These methods help you to group and organize students, get feedback, reduce teacher talk time and “flip” your classroom

Teacher Preparation Video Transcripts

Each video transcript for the teacher preparation units is linked below. See the student text section for graphics and handouts used in the videos.

Women Teaching Women English Complete Text

Click on the links below to download the student texts.​

Women Teaching Women English Listening Files

What Do You Think?

This is the final episode of this course. Please share it with others who want to teach English. Email us or write your comment in the comments section below.


The Let’s Teach English video series offers free online training for English language educators worldwide. It is based on the Women Teaching Women English text for adult, beginning level learners. Voice of America and the University of Oregon are partners on this project. The course includes:

  1. An introductory segment which summarizes the main topics of second language teaching and shows classroom examples of the topics.
  2. Ten 5-minute video episodes based on the units of Women Teaching Women English. Each of these episodes provides a model of communicative language teaching through simulated language classroom interaction.
  3. Updated digital downloads of the Women Teaching Women English student book, teacher’s manual, and audio files.