#EnglishEffect. Roleplays & drama games for ESL teachers: eslflow webguide. Drama Sites and Ideas for EFL, ESL Classrooms. Drama in the ESL Classroom is a resource site for EFL, ESL teachers who are interested in using drama in their teaching.
The site contains explanations on drama techniques and links to other sites. Classroom Lesson Plans a great sites full of links to very useful lesson plans. Drama.Ed.Net is another site that an EFL teacher would like to bookmark. Some more activities on Eslflow can be bookmarked or downloaded to be used in the class. EFL Theatre Club is a teacher’s haven. 11 svenskar som skolkade för mycket från engelska-lektionerna. The Daily Show: Extended Interview: Malala Yousafzai. What A Wonderful World With David Attenborough. Talks to watch when you don't know what to do with your life. Tea Consent (Clean) Julia Roberts Just Made One Of The Most Powerful Videos Ever. Games, Activities for ESL Classroom Teaching.
Actions, Colors, Numbers Practice Vocabulary Related to Action Verbs, Colors, Numbers, with this ESL Game. Animals, Colors, Clothes, Numbers Review Animals, Colors, Numbers and more with this ESL Vocabulary Wheel Game Actions, Present Progressive Game Practice Action Verbs with the Present Progressive with this ESL Fun Game. Bathroom Vocabulary Game Practice Bathroom vocabulary with this ESL Fun Game. Bedroom Vocabulary Game Practice Bedroom vocabulary with this ESL Fun Game. Body Parts, Actions, Stationery, Zoo. Free English Level Test. Origami Fortune Teller Craft. Carol Dweck - A Study on Praise and Mindsets. Games Zone - online English language games (learn English through games) Classroom Games for Intermediate & Advanced English Learning, Teaching. A, an, & Articles, Singular/Plural Practice A an the spin using this ESL fun Game.
Adjectives vs. The 17 funniest expressions in Swedish (and how to use them) If You Love Bananas Stop What You’re Doing And Read These 10 Shocking Facts. She Was Called The World's Ugliest Woman, Now She's An Inspiration. By Kase Wickman 3/17/2015 Imagine you’re 17 years old.
You’re surfing the web, procrastinating. You’re just passing the time on YouTube, watching inane videos and knowingly letting yourself rappel down into the rabbit hole of the internet. Smelly Facts About Farting That Are Actually Super Fascinating. Marvellous (TV Movie 2014) » Celebrate Grammar Day with this fun quiz! To share this quiz with your readers, embed this in your blog post by pasting the following HTML snippet into your web editor: Please attribute this content to grammarly.com/grammar-check.
De ser skelett hångla på en skärm. Men sekunder senare… Budskapet är lika viktigt som det är fantastiskt. Alla kartor du någonsin sett har varit lögn. Herregud! Afrika är ju verkligen helt enormt. Which 'Big Bang Theory' Character Are You? 16 Funny Swedish Insults. 28Jun 2013 Swedes have a colorful way of insulting one another.
And most of our insults hail from the pre-industrialization time, when most of the population were farmers or worked outside. This means, Swedes love insults relating to dumb geese, stupid donkeys, and gossiping sheep. And in a time when cities were distant, and the countryside was full of peasants, you cannot go far from the forest. I split the list of insults into phrases and words. Ten common mistakes made by English learners - learn English,mistakes,english. Ten ways talking in English baffles Swedes. A Viking - sometimes pronounced 'Wiking', in Sweden.
Photo: Shutterstock While Swedes were recently ranked the world's best non-native English speakers, there are a few common - and often charming - mistakes The Local's team has spotted while chatting to them in their second language. Everyone Believes These 16 "Facts" But Unfortunately They're Complete Lies. 1.
The five strangest habits of the Swedes. The Local's Oliver Gee has just left Sweden after four years, and reflects on what he found to be the five oddest habits of Swedish people.
Swedes are an interesting bunch. They're efficient but they love a good coffee-break, they're humble but they hang flags on their front porches, and they can appear cold at a glance but are as warm as an Arctic sauna when you really, really get to know them. And to me, they're also quite odd. Getting The Least Motivated Students More Motivated By Working With The Most Motivated. I’ve been doing an “extra” project with my English Language Learner students the past few weeks that has been going very well, and I thought readers might find it useful/interesting.
As regular readers know, one of the classes I teach is a two hour combination English class for Beginning and Intermediate ELLs (actually, one of those two periods is a Geography class for the Intermediates — I teach two separate classes simultaneously in practically all of my periods). At the beginning of each of those two periods, students do independent reading for ten-to-fifteen minutes. A few weeks ago, I invited three Intermediate students to participate in a special group that would meet with me daily during that time during the second period to work on their reading and writing.
5 Games to Make Online Assessments Fun ExitTicket Student Response System. 5 Games to Make Online Assessments Fun Back when I was still using clickers for my Do Nows, students would race to be the first one to buzz in their answers.
3 surefire ways to motivate your language learners to do homework. Getting learners to do homework has long been a challenge for teachers. Homework has a negative connotation for learners and with good reason; they view it as an unwanted extension of the classroom that intrudes into their leisure time. I’ve argued on the blog before that assigning too much homework or giving meaningless tasks is detrimental. Nevertheless, as teachers we can employ the following three strategies to make homework more interesting and relevant, so that our learners will be encouraged to complete it. 1.