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Come play again tomorrow! Learning about the Weather - 123ICT 123ICT. Recommended Sites for Teachers Strange and extreme weather conditions around the world have been captured on video and are readily available on several websites.
These clips provide an excellent opportunity to engage pupil’s interest and below we have listed our recommendations. The sites are suitable for KS1 and 2 pupils and include a mixture of lesson plans, worksheets, videos, photograph and activities: Metoffice.gov.uk – Includes lots of exciting activities for pupils to help them learn about the fascinating world of weather. Also see Amazing Facts and For Teachers with lesson plans and resources including videos. National Geographic – A complete Earth climate and weather overview – okay for years 5 and 6 but not younger, it is clear but quite complex language.
What is Weather – Pupils – Nice collection of weather images from the BBC which are suitable for younger pupils. What is Weather – Teachers – Weather worksheets and lesson plans from the BBC on the Teachers’ page. Read & Listen Along Sites for Summertime & Beyond. Londontopia - The Website for People Who Love London. English-Guide.org. Ninas Språkrum. With pictures. English Teachers: If you would like to use this Question Words wall chart in your classroom, then you can purchase a copy here: Question Words Wall Chart and Flash Cards.
The most common question words in English are the following: WHO is only used when referring to people. (= I want to know the person) Who is the best football player in the world? Who are your best friends? Who is that strange guy over there? WHERE is used when referring to a place or location. (= I want to know the place) Where is the library? WHEN is used to refer to a time or an occasion. (= I want to know the time) When do the shops open? WHY is used to obtain an explanation or a reason. (= I want to know the reason) Why do we need a nanny? Normally the response begins with "Because... " WHAT is used to refer to specific information. (= I want to know the thing) What is your name?
WHICH is used when a choice needs to be made. (= I want to know the thing between alternatives) Which drink did you order – the rum or the beer? Life in the UK - Learn about British Life and Culture - Learn English Online. Skillswise - English. 10 Swedish Words you won't find in the English Language. 22 Appar för att öva engelska! Jag får ofta frågan om appar för att öva engelska.
Det har varit ganska magert utbud på dessa men nu när jag grävde lite mer har det faktiskt kommit flera bra appar att testa. Här kommer 22 appar i olika svårighetsgrader. Ett flertal av apparna är gratis, och det kan räcka långt. I en del av dem har du också möjligheter att köpa fler övningar så kallat in-app-purchase. Har du fler förslag eller favoriter kommentera gärna inlägget. I mitt nästa inlägg kommer webbsidor där du kan öva engelska både på dator och via surfplatta, håll utkik! Bitsboard Spelling Bee Bilderna ovan är tagna från denna app. English ladders Använd din engelska för att matcha rätt svar, och klättra upp på stegar eller falla ner till ormarna.
Relaterat SFI-appar öva svenska del1 I "Allmänt" 20 appar för åk4-9, öva engelska En fråga som jag ofta stöter på är appar för äldre elever. An Englishman in Sweden. English Dictation - Learn English Free. 23 Useful Websites for Teaching and Learning English. September 6, 2014 Below are some valuable resources for ELL and ESL teachers.
With these resources, you can find great ways to communicate more effectively, explore lessons, and be a great ELL teacher. Check out this lexicon that offers images demonstrating the true meaning of the word, making it easier for English language learners to understand. On this website, you’ll find quizzes, word games, puzzles, and a random sentence generator to help students better grasp English as a second language. Bab.la is a really fun site for ELL learners, with reference tools like a dictionary and vocabulary, supplemented with quizzes, games, and a community forum. On this site, you’ll find free English videos for both students and teachers. Okanagan College’s resource offers 13 different unit lessons for learning and teaching English pronunciation.
In this website from the BBC, students can find help with grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation, with plenty of references to current events. The official site of Sweden. Games. Skillswise - English.