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Using ChatGPT | Ten Activities for the TEFL Classroom | EFL Resource

Using ChatGPT | Ten Activities for the TEFL Classroom | EFL Resource

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Are you harnessing the power of ChatGPT in your TEFL classroom? If not, your students may already be familiar with it. Now is the perfect time to acquaint yourself with this incredible tool and leverage its benefits for both you and your students.

In this resource, we present ten engaging activities designed specifically for the TEFL classroom using ChatGPT. These activities are not only educational but also highly enjoyable. As a bonus, we have included a captivating Fictional Biography of Elon Musk, generated by ChatGPT, accompanied by an image created by Midjourney.

You can also read our ChatGPT for teachers – Our thoughts, hints and tips blog here.

Once you have completed your order you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print. 

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