Frequently asked questions

  1. How do I access the materials? All our resources are free to download and are in PDF format. You are free to save them and use them with your students.
  2. How do I contact ProjectTESOL? You can contact us at projecttesol@aol.com
  3. I want to share some of my own resources; how can I do this? Feel free to email us any resources you have used that have been successful with your learners to projecttesol@aol.com. Please remember that you are consenting to your resources being published and distributed for free.
  4. What does TESOL mean? TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other languages. The resources on this website are primarily designed to be used with students who are learning English as an additional language, but can be used across the board.
  5. My question isn’t listed here! Help! Feel free to email us with any questions to projecttesol@aol.com
  6. What if I don’t want to print resources? Go to our ‘Using less paper in lessons’ section for hints and tips on saving paper https://wordpress.com/block-editor/page/projecttesol.wordpress.com/193
  7. Where can I find a list of awareness days to use in my lessons? For a list of special environmental days to use in your lessons, visit any of our resource sections, or click directly on this link to download the resource- https://projecttesol.files.wordpress.com/2019/08/special-days-2019-2020.pdf
  8. Do you have social media? Yes! We have a Twitter page where we post ideas for you to use in class. Follow us at https://twitter.com/ProjectTesol