Full acquisition and competence of English as a second language is a challenge to both teachers and students. Both planning and actual teaching are of critical concern. In planning to use a given book in class, for instance, a teacher may choose one that is beyond learners’ experiences. On the other hand, he or she may use examples that only they themselves understand. This leaves the learner out of the learning experience. This makes the student have difficulty in comprehending the concepts being taught This book is particularly resourceful in guiding teachers of English language on how to go about teaching the language starting from the very initial levels of planning a lesson to the very final stage which involves testing to find out if the objectives have been met. The author has captured the four skills in any given language: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing skills. She has also given insight in various strategies that can be employed to teach grammar and vocabulary. This is a must read for teachers of English.