Online voice recorder. Listening and speaking tools. Christmas ideas. ELT Teaching Resources. ProfessorWord: Improve your vocabulary while you surf the web. Sean Banville's Websites, Lesson Plans, Handouts, Worksheets. Lanternfish ESL: Lesson for Adult Classes. The Odd One Out Game: Students look at a list of four items and decide which is different.
They must give a reason. Everybody holds their answer up at the same time. If their reason is unique they get a point. Example: Eagle, Owl, Bat, Penguin. Penguins can't fly. Bats are mammals. Bats have teeth. How to Create an ESL Reading Lesson Plan. The Parts of a Reading Lesson Reading and listening should be treated somewhat differently from speaking and writing when planning an ESL lesson.
This is because they are receptive language skills while speaking and writing are productive language skills.The goal of all lesson plans should be for the students to produce the language, of course, but different skills focuses require a slightly different path, if you will. POSTER: 7 Easy Icebreakers You Can Do With Post-It Notes.
Private Lessons & How To Keep Them. When I was teaching during term time for a large well-known language school in the south of Spain, like most teachers I had a lot of classes and got to know my adult students particularly well, which meant getting invited out for social gatherings and asked for advice when it came to using English professionally.
I was always happy to oblige, even went out of my way to help students and used this as a way of networking and expanding my potential customer base. Why? Private lessons. 5 New Fun Ways to Teach Grammar to ESL Students.
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Repairs around the home Picture sequence story and activities about turning off the water and calling a plumber to repair a leak. With ideas for a warm up, jumbled sentences, gapped text, a game, true/false, dialogues, and many extension activities. Taking a child to school Picture sequence story and activities about taking children to and from school: 'walking buses', drop offs on wet days, parking signs near schools and pedestrian safety. Fishbowl_Discussions.pdf (application/pdf Object) Proposer des ressources - Audio Lingua - archivos mp3 en inglés, alemán, español, francés.
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English listening, English speaking & English conversation at upper-intermediate level. Teaching Materials. Speaking. Fun ESL Activities for the Classroom. A fantastically fun review game that any age group of students will love that requires a little prep but no materials.
Especially if (as in my class) the winning team gets a stamp, which translates into 1% of their final grade. Draw a grid on the board, marking one row with numbers, one with letters. INGLÉS PARA NIÑOS. ELA Resources. DIY: Knit-Like Circle Scarf(Crochet Tutorial) PLAYCOMIC. Paperman. This EFL lesson plan is designed around 2 short films: Paperman an Oscar-nominated short by John Kahrs and Signs an award winning film by Patrick Hughes.
Students write a narrative, predict a story and use adjectives to describe characters and emotions. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2.21) Almudena's blog: juegos en inglés con movimiento. Home English Teacher. You're it! Fun ways to choose who's it for games. Rock, Paper, Scissors Players make two fists and hit them on top of each other twice ... then the third time they make a symbol with their hand.
The three symbols you can make are Rock, Paper and Scissors. Rock - Hand is kept in a fist. Paper - Hand is flattened out. FREE ESL Topics, PRINTABLE PDF Downloads, Handouts & Lessons. Irregular Verbs, Translation, Examples. 5 Best Ways to Improve Students’ Conversational Skills. Describing Famous People : A Reading and Writing Activity. This is an activity which I’ve used successfully at both lower and mid-intermediate level.
PreparationChoose a famous person who is likely to interest the students, and who they know something but not too much about already. Use the Internet to research their biography and then “condense” it into ten to fifteen sentences, using language that the students have already encountered. If you choose someone who is already dead, you’ll probably be able to do it using only the simple present and past (active and passive) but a description of a living person may need also the present perfect.
The sentences should include two or three which are invented, and the task for the students is to decide which are the untrue sentences. It will work best if it’s not too obvious – try and choose someone who has done a couple of things which the students might not expect, to act as distractors. Look at the list of important events in Condoleezza Rice’s life. EFL / ESOL / ESL Educational Songs and Activities: Song Lyrics for Teaching English as a Second Language.
OM AUDIO-English Dialogues-Conversaciones y Diálogos en Ingles MP3. Sonidos y Listenings en Ingles. ¿Quieres más Ejercicios de Audio en Inglés?. TPR #1: Total Physical Response ESL Class - Learn English. English Language Entertainment Handouts. ESL Lesson Plans: Talking Point Worksheets. ELT for kids. Elementary listenings. English for Primary. The greatest creative writing activity ever. UPDATE: This post was awarded the British Council’s Teaching English blog award for February, 2013. Thanks to all those who voted for my work, you’re awesome. This post is a response to a question posed on the British Council’s Teaching English page on Facebook: ‘Have you got a favourite lesson plan or class activity that you come back to and use again and again?
What does it consist of? What makes it work?’ Ok, let me dive straight into it. First, I’ll describe the activity, and then I’ll tell you why it’s great. 1. How long have you been on the planet? 2. You are going to write a paragraph that tells a story.Your paragraph will be a response to these questions.Any sentence you write is OK, but you must follow the sequence of questions.You can ask me for help while you are writing. 3. What kind of language might we use to answer the first question? 4. Twenty minutes is long enough for most to finish. Learn English in New York! TOEFL Class! TOEIC Prep! Business English! Happy English!
Memory, memorize, & remember are similar words that are often confused. Let’s have a look at these today. Memory is a noun and it means the place in your mind where you keep information. My memory is full of ideas for English lessons.Do you have a good memory? Memory also means something remembered from the past. Dumb Ways to Die « allatc. Happy New Year from allatc! In December just gone, three separate people sent this video and issued a challenge to do something with it – never something we were going to be able to resist! It’s very funny, full of wonderful vocabulary and has allowed us to make use of the fabulous eltpics website. It’s also our first blog post to use content from Australia – something long overdue. Why listening to just one accent is like appreciating only one kind of music. …and how this impacts language learning YE OLDE WORLDE prejudices seem to be alive and well around the world in 2013, and even more alarmingly, in education.
I have been astonished and saddened to find what should be ‘obsolete’ discussion topics on accents and ethnicity in language teaching raging around various social networks in various guises. Some of these topics were started by new cowboys of the educational wild west in cyber space, where anybody who claims to be a native speaker of English can set up a facebook page and begin selling accents to unsuspecting language learners in the new gold rush of online learning. Typically, the gold-diggers are uneducated native speakers targeting places like China where they believe they can make fast profits ‘teaching’ learners online. Fluent English in 5 Simple Steps! Download your first lesson set at If you can't speak English fluently, keep reading to understand why, and discover the simple secret to finally expressing yourself clearly, confidently and automatically.
4 questions to ask yourself when planning your next grammar lessonLuiz Otavio's English Language Teaching Page. Educate the Heart. PRIMARY 5th GRADE: READING & SPEAKING.
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