Zunal WebQuest Maker. Explore, Play, Discover: Websites, Activities & More. Search form Search Low-cost, teacher-tested activities for the classroom and the curious.
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Do you need a reboot to help get through a challenging month? Inspiration can come from many places. From the smile on a student's face, to a great conversation with parents, to an episode of a favorite television show that provides an idea for the next day's lesson, small moments can be game changers when we need to reboot and recharge. When I was a classroom teacher, those days after a long break or in the midst of a period without a moment to catch my breath could make it hard to find inspiration in everyday moments.
In this list of resources for teacher inspiration, you'll find a handful of different websites and apps to energize your lesson, lighten your mood, and inspire you to persevere through a challenging part of the school year. TED-Ed There are plenty of lists of TED talks for teachers who might need a dose of inspiration when times feel tough. Follow the Hashtag Ryan Gosling Reading with Purpose Smile Backchannel. 125 Report Card Comments Save You Time! 223 Copy and Paste Final Report Card Comments (2021) Hey, Teacher!
Is it report writing time again? Hopefully these comments for student report cards will come in helpful. Copy and paste these report card comments for your students. It’ll save you time and heartache! Read below for my full list of report card comment ideas: Use a few positive comments to show the strengths of the student and how they’ve improved recently. Positive Attitude to Learning Comes to class every day ready and willing to learn.Has an inquisitive and engaged mind.Is excited to tackle her tasks every day.Likes to come to school and learn with her friends.Has a positive attitude to self-development.Tends to come into the classroom with a big smile and an open mind.Sets herself very high standards and strives to meet them each and every day.
Showing Improvement Positive Behavior Shows Respect for Others Confidence Honesty Self-Expression High Motivation. 10 Websites for English Language Students. A few years ago I wrote a blog post about 10 Websites for English Language Teachers. At the time it seemed to be quite popular with readers but it suddenly dawned that I did not write about any websites which would be best suited for learners of English.
So read on to find out the 10 websites which I recommend for learners of English. 1. ESOL Courses This wonderful self-study website, ESOL Courses, is great for students as all lessons are available online, there is no registration so lessons are free and they cover a range of areas as well as levels. 2. I have been using the BBC Learning English website since I first started English language teaching in South Korea. 3. This website, Five Minute English, was one that I came across by accident and it contains quite a number of lessons which focus on listening, grammar, vocabulary as well as a range of other skills. 4. 5. 6. 7.
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Ma már szerencsére semmi gondot nem okoz sem neki, sem pedig a tanítványainak ez a helyzet. Annyira szerencsések vagyunk, hogy most megosztja velünk a tapasztalatait. Reméljük, nagyon sok pedagógus is elolvassa, és így talán megspórolja magának és a gyerekeknek is azt a sok-sok bosszúságot, amit a házi feladat okoz/ott. Temesváriné Várszegi Monika írása. – Tan' kérem, nincs házim! How to Praise Your Students. CPE SPEAKING PART 3- CAMBRIDGE PROFICIENCY. CPE SPEAKING PART 2- Cambridge Proficiency. Stressed words and meaning. Word stress four syllable words. Outlook - The man behind Mindhunter: face to face with serial killers - BBC Sounds. The Interview Archive - Nando Parrado, Plane Crash Survivor - BBC Sounds. Bilingual Education 2020: Solid accomplishments, but we can do better.
Hogyan tudnak a diákjaink jegyzetelni órán, milyen lehetőségeik vannak órán kívüli közös munkára? Teaching English online. Beyond Motivation: engaging students (online and offline) Zoltan Dornyei - Engaging language learners.