By Jamie Keddie Lessons - Lessonstream.org. Tiny Cinderella Somewhere (lower level) Mobile. 1Step One: What Follows Positive StatementsBefore giving your students the rules, give them a sheet with the following sentence pairs.
Ask groups of two to three students to see if they can figure out what the rules are for agreeing and disagreeing in English.I like dogs better than cats.So do I. Literacy Through Photography for English-Language Learners. Enter most schools and you will hear about literacy instruction or the "literacy block.
" However, literacy is not a subject -- it is something much bigger. Paulo Freire encouraged a broader definition of literacy to include the ability to understand both "the word and the world. " Literacy includes reading, writing, listening, speaking, and analyzing a wide range of texts that include both print and non-print texts.
Nytt stödmaterial för arbetet mot kränkande behandling. Such Tweet Sorrow. This lesson is about a performance of Romeo and Juliet carried out entirely on Twitter, using 140-character messages from the characters in the play.
(Twitter is an online social networking and microblogging service where the user sends short messages, or tweets, of a maximum 140 characters). The lesson provides students with the opportunity to read a short newspaper-style text, focus on vocabulary and to write ‘conversations’ between the main characters using tweets (short messages). Topic: Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Level: B2. Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Human Rights. Cuba’s government has barred members of a women’s opposition movement from traveling to Europe to receive the prestigious Sakharov human rights prize for freedom of thought.
The so-called “Ladies in White” are joint winners of the prize but have been grounded by Fidel Castro for being an outlawed group. Repeated petitions by the European Union, which oversees the annual award, have fallen on deaf ears in Cuba’s Foreign Department. Instead, the EU is weighing up the option of sending its own delegates to Cuba to present the accolade. The prizewinners have been protesting since 2003 against the long-term detention of their husbands and sons, who are political dissidents.
Havana has so far remained tight-lipped about the prize and travel ban. Condemnation from Europe over the refusal to issue visas to the women has been fierce. 1. Common Core Lesson Plans. English Language Arts A Harry Potter Discussion Guide Theme, setting, characters and more read more.
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The activities below are ways for students to enjoy the music of English.
Poems Choose short simple poems that are close to students' lives. These poems are not for heavy analysis. They are for saying aloud. Give pairs a poem to read together. Ask them to mark the words which will be stressed. Wonderful World. MAIN ACTIVITIES Listening, discussion, vocabulary of animals and geographical features.
SUITABLE FOR Teens and adults, Intermediate (B1) and above TEACHER’S NOTES (Click here for a pdf of the Teacher’s Notes.) Display this word cloud or make your own at Tell students that it contains the lyrics of a well-known song. Give them a minute to try and identify the song. Display the second word cloud, which contains the song title. Tell them to draw a grid four squares by four squares.
Play the video – sound only, with the screen blank. Display or hand out a copy of the lyrics so that students can see where their words appear in the song and check new vocabulary if necessary. A Brief Encounter with Grammar : I Wish. Main Activities Prediction, listening, grammar (wishes) and speaking.
Suitable for Teens and adults, Pre-Advanced (B2.2) and above. TEACHER’S NOTES (Click here for a pdf of theTeacher’s Notes.) Put students into groups of three or four. Sitcom activity: watching and completing a table. Building a lesson around a sitcom. Building a lesson around a sitcom Submitted by admin on 28 January, 2009 - 13:50 Like any piece of authentic material the possibilities for using a sitcom in the classroom are boundless. Depending on your style of teaching you might like activities that are more - or less - controlled. Informal discussions, structured language analysis, role-plays, review writing .... Lektionstips Engelska: An American in Sweden. Thank you for the music - Thank you for the music. What's Going On in This Picture? Great kids games to use with adult language learners.
Sometimes your students come to class tired and not in the mood for hard study. When this happens, don’t be afraid to lighten the mood and make things fun. Some games you played as a child can be surprisingly enjoyable and motivating for adult learners, too. Here are some games you can adapt into language learning activities 1. Rivers of the World. Journalist Helen Clifton gives us an insight into the Sylhet-Surbiton exchange at Southborough High School. A POWER cut has thrown Southborough High School into a state of panic. Bangladeshi artist Syed Rashad Imam Tanmoy is surprised; although normal at home, it's not something he would expect in Surbiton. It's just one of many cultural assumptions challenged during his week of teaching Rivers of the World workshops across London. Together with fellow artist Tamana Tasmeem, Tanmoy worked in four schools during March to use creative skills to explore the Bangladeshi River Surma, which runs through the city of Sylhet.
In Southborough, Tanmoy, a renowned political cartoonist, is designing a comic strip based on the adventures of 'Amazing Mr Fish', who fights the pollution currently threatening the Surma. Lights, Camera, Action! Say something nice. Mobile. When the cold winds are still blowing, warm up your class with some of these fun, language building, February themed activities! Try These 10 February Themed Language Building Activities. An ESL lesson that always delivers for me. One of my favourite lessons to do, either with new or established students is one that is called ‘Lost’, I don’t suppose that this is particularly original and I fail to recall now where I actually took the idea from in the first place.
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