There's a lot of free technology available to use in (and out of) the classroom to enhance learning. Here are some ideas.
There are a number of free websites which allow you to make quizzes (especially for use with mobile devices and IWBs). Kahoot is very popular with my students, but there are others. If you are teaching online, you can share the main question screens with the students, but they will need an additional mobile device to answer the questions for most of these.
Read more: Language quiz websites (for mobiles, computers or IWBs)
There are lots of free websites with vocabulary or spelling games which are suitable for EFL students. Here are some of my favourites.
Read more: Word games
Some require no preparation, for others you need to type in questions. But if you have an interactive whiteboard in your classroom, then this is the place for you.
Read more: PowerPoint games and ideas
There are lots of ways to record students nowadays, but Voki.com in particular works well for students who don't like being filmed, and also has a nice text-to-speech functionality if they want to compare their pronunciation. Read on for more suggestions!
Read more: Recording students
Wordle is an utterly brilliant way of making word clouds. This one is from 10 present perfect sentences. Read more to see ideas of how to use these.
Read more: Wordle (word cloud) activities
Dvolver is a website where students write short dialogues and choose simple animations to create their own short cartoon films. Here are some ideas to go with it.
Read more: Animations (Dvolver)
There are lots of other nice websites with tools you can use to manage activities and lessons.
Read more: Classroom tools