Learning English for years but still can’t speak fluently?
Tired of learning the same boring grammar rules again and again?
Sick of listening to your teacher speak in class and YOU never actually speaking in English?
Our method is perfect for students who have learned English for years but did not get opportunities to practice speaking. Our method allows you to practice speaking with Native English speakers and improve your accent, fluency and grammar.
This is a method that is Logical and Practical.
Will you improve in 24 hours? NO
Will you improve in 4 weeks? YES
An English Learning Club is a terrific way to improve spoken English skills.
English Learning Clubs have the added benefits of being a great way to make new friends, learn about topics you might not have been aware of, and even hone your debating skills.
It’s not necessary to devote the entirety of your club meetings to debate, but it can be a stimulating and though-provoking way to spend a half-hour or so each week.
Note that it doesn’t need to be a formal debate, with one person or team arguing in favor of the topic and the other against, although that can be fun to do. If you prefer a more casual setup, simply go around the circle and give each person two minutes to state their case for or against the topic.
The voting age should be lowered (to 18, or 16, or whatever is a few years lower than the current norm where you are)
Voting should be mandatory and penalties should be imposed on eligible voters who do not vote
Politicians should be required to disclose the names of all financial supporters and donors
School uniforms are a good idea and should be required
Young people should begin working at a part-time job as early as possible in life
University tuition should be funded entirely by the government with no cost to students
The drinking age should be raised/lowered (pick one and argue for and against)
Homework should be banned for all students in elementary and high school
Kids should not play any competitive sports
Kids should spend more time playing outside (not in organized activities)
People should read more books and watch less TV
After-school activities should be limited to allow more time for rest and study
It should be mandatory for students to study abroad for at least one year
Students should learn about basic financial skills like saving and investing
Advertising aimed at children should be banned
Kids should not get a cellphone until high school
The performing and visual arts should receive government funding
There are too many TV shows being made these days
Movies and TV shows depict too much violence
Movies and TV shows depict too much sex
Access to the internet should be a basic human right and available to everyone, regardless of ability to pay
Reading a physical book is better than using an e-reader (Kindle, etc.)
Professional athletes are paid too much and their salaries should be reduced
Cell phones should be banned from all movie theatres
The speed limit on highways should be increased to (choose a number that is higher than the current standard where you are)
The driving age should be increased to (choose an age that is higher than the current standard where you are)
It should be harder to obtain a driver’s license
Having a pet is good for kids and families
Cats make better pets than dogs
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The Science behind improving English Speaking
15 Idioms make you sound like a Native Speaker
Essential Slang: 22 Commonly used Slag words you must know
Improve Pronunciation with these 12 Tongue Twisters
Speak more naturally using Phrasal Verbs
7 Advanced Grammar Concepts that confuse even Native Speakers!
55 Conversational Practice Topics
Animals should not be kept in zoos, aquariums, or wildlife parks
Should pizza toppings be limited to certain items?
Everyone should learn to speak a second language
English is the world language now and everyone should learn it
Discuss – Are video games are too violent?
All adults should learn to drive
Video games are a waste of time
Public transportation should be better funded and used as much as possible
Computers have made our lives easier
Everyone should get eight hours of sleep a night
The minimum wage should be raised/a minimum wage should be adopted (depending on the situation where you are)
Everyone should travel to other countries if they have the opportunity
What do you think – Is coffee is better than tea?
Paid maternity/paternity leave from work after having a child is essential and should be universal
Should parents read to their children as much as possible
Newspapers are still important and should be supported even in the internet age
Everyone should learn basic car repair (change a tire, change oil, etc.)
Should humans continue to explore space in case Earth is destroyed?
It makes sense that there are other intelligent beings in the universe
Is cold weather is better than hot weather?
A period of volunteer service should be mandatory for young people
Remember, the goal of having an English Learning Club is improve English communication skills while having a good time. So keep things civil and friendly, no matter which topic you choose (we’ve tried to keep them fairly light and not too political) – no one deserves to be attacked for their views.
At best, you’ll learn something new about a topic you might have thought you were well-versed in. If you want to practice your debate points or some newly acquired vocabulary words, just ask your Skype English tutor! We bet they’ll be happy to debate you during your session.
Want to learn more about forming an English Learning club? Here is a great post