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To find out the differences, read the post: Hancock McDonald ELT. Rogers Esl PowerPoints. English is fun! by Laurence. My Underground Lair. My English Lessons-Humbert. Mrs Marant. My English Teacher. ENGLISH SPOT. Frenchfrog's Little English Pond. English Language Space station. Andrea Jesse. WORKING WITH YOU ! Englishontheweb » 1ère ITEC1. The ESL Times. El Blog para aprender inglés. Engelska. Om man inte tidigare har arbetat med webben särskilt mycket i engelska, ska jag idag ge ett par länktips som man kan ha stor nytta av och som är lätta att komma igång med.
Glosboken.se Det var faktiskt en elev som tipsade mig om den här interaktiva glosboken. Här skapar man egna gloslistor och lucktester för att testa sig själv. Act_inter_index. Resources. British Slang. If you’re planning on visiting London in the future, you might just want to familiarise yourself with some British Slang expressions that are very commonly used by the British.
They will be very useful particularly if you’re likely to be socialising with Londoners. 1. “Mind The Gap” This famous expression is always used on trains and the London Underground (Tube). The “gap” refers to the space, often wide, between the train and the platform. Talk2Me English : The world's 'English Mania' TED talk by Jay Walker: High intermediate video lesson. Why are so many people trying to learn English?
Is it mania or is it a necessity? Is the world obsessed with learning to speak English? Vocabulary: Mania (noun) Extreme enthusiasm for something that is usually shared by many people. Gratitude: a free downloadable lesson. A free downloadable lesson, based around an authentic video.
Research shows that feeling grateful for what we have and the people in our lives is a key factor in feeling happy. The video shows a group of people carrying out a task designed to increase their happiness in this way. It’s quite moving. Suitable from Intermediate/B1+, the lesson starts with a short text to introduce the topic and get the students thinking about how people recognise and celebrate gratitude in their cultures. It then moves onto the video, where students watch two people visiting a friend and reading aloud a letter they have written , thanking them for what they have done. A casual learning experience. ESL Listening Lesson: Homeless Video Exercise.
Cultural Differences - AlienTeachers has moved to www.alienteachers.wordpress.com. - Once they have done this in their groups pair the students up and have them share their information with one person from the other group before creating a master list on the board. - Put the students back in their groups and have them discuss what we can learn from these tips about how Korean people view foreigners and what type of foreigners these tips seem to be aimed for. - Now ask the students what they think about the language used to give advice, would they have phrased any of the advice differently?
(the answer will hopefully be 'yes') This is a good opportunity to look at the differences between strong advice and weak advice and how that relates to perceived politeness. - Finally, have the students work in groups to make a list of advice they would give foreigners coming to (country). Wrap Up - As a final wrap up, I gave my students time to ask me questions they had about Western/British culture and my experiences of cultures around the world.
It’s a games games games games games games TEFLtastic world for kids- Flashcard and drilling games. By the kind of happy coincidence that only happens once in a blog lifetime a reader has mentioned they are looking for some flashcard games (see Ana’s question below), a friend has asked me for some kids’ games for a workshop, and I happen to have all the ideas already written up for a book proposal I wrote a few years ago.
Flashcard and Drilling Games Introduction One of the main reasons why parents and education authorities want children to start learning foreign languages early is so they can pick up correct pronunciation while their brains are still young. Especially at the younger ages, correction has little effect and children pick up correct pronunciation as they hear and use the language many times.
The problem then is that children have short attention spans and can quickly become bored with doing the same thing again until they get it right. Prompts can include flashcards, plastic toys and real objects. ESL Resources - New sites - March 2014 - Part 3 - Videos - Lesson plans - Songs - Worksheets - Quizzes - Files - Cinema - Vocabulary - Grammar.
My English Courses. Lessons - Jaq's ESL Lessons & Travels. Group talk. Top 5 tips to encourage Spontaneous Talk in the MFL classroom It seems like the ultimate challenge for the MFL teacher is to plan and create opportunities for spontaneous talk to occur in the target language.
Greg Horton has developed Group Talk – ‘an award winning project to encourage students of MFL to use target language in an authentic and spontaneous way’. See video. We are experimenting with this at the moment and it is proving successful, particularly with younger students. We show images of a generic topic that everyone can relate to like ‘TV programmes or celebrities’ and give students cards/vocab sheets to help them discuss in the target language. My English class: culture. Chocolate eggs are undoubtedly the most popular Easter food in Britain, but by no means the only one.
Hot cross buns, roast lamb, Easter biscuits in the shape of bunnies and Simnel cake are not to be sniffed at. Today, we are going to have a look at some of these traditional recipes. As we said in a previous post, eggs have traditionally been related to spring and the beginning of life, and from the early stages of Christianity, they symbolized the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his death on the cross. Today, boiled eggs are still eaten at Easter, but the chocolate egg has become the most popular in the last years, being the traditional present that people give away to family and friends. In the following video, we can hear a short history of the Easter egg. Apart from boiled eggs, Easter biscuits are eaten for breakfast and also for tea.
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Having fun with adjectives!
Have a look at this mindmap. It will help you to see the different types of adjectives.In grammar, an adjective is a word whose main function is to modify a noun or pronoun, giving more information about the noun or pronoun's referent.Not all languages have adjectives, but most, including English, do. (English adjectives include big, old, and tired, among many others.) Examples: That is a big building.I met a very old man. Now, have a look at this video and repeat the adjectives you see to get familiar with them Now, Click here and enjoy doing these exercises.
They will help you to master this grammar aspect of the language. The English Learning Website by Montse Morales Free online exercises. Clips for CLIL. Let's Use English. Myplaceforenglish. Learning English (CSE) English is all around! Culture. Daniela's class. Jonathan's English: Language learning and Mind Mapping.
Can mind maps help you to learn a language? This article will explain why mind maps are useful to anyone wishing to learn a new language and will also show you how to use mind maps in language learning. What are mind maps? Quite simply, mind maps are a visual form of note-taking. Instead of writing in the traditional, linear way, a mind map starts in the middle of the page with a central idea with branches radiating outwards in all directions. The branches and sub-branches should contain related thoughts and ideas, hence making it easier to find and remember the information that has been recorded on the mind map.
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Eller så kan du lyssna på denna sång som heter Everybody is free to wear sunscreen. Här finns avslutningstal skrivna av Ann-Marie Körling på svenska. Flippat klassrum. My Best of series. You can find all of my “Best” lists in broad categories here. The link to that page can also be found at the top right of my blog: My Best Of Series I also have them all on another page where they are listed in the chronological order in which I originally posted them. You can find that link at the top of my blog by first clicking on About and then scrolling down to Websites of the Year. Visiting London. Bringing English to you. Top 25 ESL blogs for teachers and students. Teaching ESL to Adults.
Mondo's ESL/EFL World. Chestnut ESL/EFL. English Blog. The EFL SMARTblog. Milpitas Chat. Don't flip out! It is just a flipped class! (part1) Notes regarding the last webinars I attended are still coming, but I managed to get some stuff in on Flipped classes today! First I listened to Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams talk about Flipped Classes in an ASCDWebinar, and here's what turned up :) OK first let me say LOTS of people have said LOTS of things about flipped classes. They gave us a few links at the beginning, if you end up being interested or just have more questions you should really check them out! Most people look at flipped classes as: "Classwork is done at home and homework is done at class" This is part of it, but they broke it down to some easy to see steps.
First off as a teacher you have to think. For me, as an ESL teacher, it is speaking practice (pronunciation), them hearing native speakers, them getting to play with the language, writing, critical thinking and peer grading (which I standby as one of the best ways to learn). As a TBL lover this is great point. Myths and Misconceptions: English in Vancouver.
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