Try This Toolkit – Try This Teaching. Moi, Daniel Blake - Dossier pédagogiques. Moi, Daniel Blake Un film de Ken Loach Au cinéma le 26 octobre 2016 Pour la première fois de sa vie, Daniel Blake, un menuisier anglais de 59 ans, est contraint de faire appel à l’aide sociale à la suite de problèmes cardiaques.
Mais bien que son médecin lui ait interdit de travailler, il se voit signifier l'obligation d'une recherche d'emploi sous peine de sanction. Au cours de ses rendez-vous réguliers au « job center », Daniel va croiser la route de Katie, mère célibataire de deux enfants qui a été contrainte d'accepter un logement à 450km de sa ville natale pour ne pas être placée en foyer d’accueil. Pris tous deux dans les filets des aberrations administratives de la Grande-Bretagne d’aujourd’hui, Daniel et Katie vont tenter de s’entraider… + d'infos sur : Le site du distributeur : Le Pacte Pour l'organisation de projections avec vos classes, merci de contacter la salle de cinéma avec laquelle vous avez l'habitude de travailler, ou la plus proche.
E-Books for Learners & Teachers of English. Last Minute Activities from Onestopenglish. Greetings Musical greetings: get your students talking ang mingling with this fun warm-up activity set to a beat!
Ideal for pre-intermediate to advanced students, this activity is perfect to kick-start a class. Find the activity and more related last-minute lifesavers on onestopenglish. Download the activity. 7 Ways Learners Can Improve Their English with Technology. “Language is not a genetic gift, it is a social gift.
Learning a new language is becoming a member of the club -the community of speakers of that language.” – Frank Smith Learning a language takes practice, practice, practice! Our students become more fluent the more they speak, listen, read and write in English outside our classes. BBC Learning English - Lingohack. Why teachers should not bother correcting errors in their students’ writing (not the traditional way at least) Metacognitive enhancement and error correction: a discussion of the shortcomings of traditional error treatment and of the potential benefits of learner training in self-monitoring strategies Dr Gianfranco Conti Garden International School (Kuala Lumpur) Dr Yoko Sato Hosei University (Tokyo) Abstract This paper evaluates the merits of the most traditional forms of error treatment, Direct and Indirect Error Correction, as applied to L2-writing, highlighting the epistemological, pedagogical and learner-strategy related issues which undermine their efficacy. 1.Background.
Why asking our students to self-correct the errors in their essays is a waste of time… In this very concise article I will argue that involving our learners in Indirect Error Correction on its own is an absolute waste of valuable teacher and learner time.
By Indirect Error Correction (henceforth IEC), I mean highlighting or underlining the errors in our students’ written pieces (with or without error coding), pass the essay back to our students who will make the corrections and pass it back to us for any necessary amendments to be made. In addition, some of us will ask the students to rewrite the whole essay incorporating the corrections. It sounds like a very time-consuming activity! The pedagogic rationale behind this approach seems pretty clear: the students get cognitively involved in the correction process.
They are not just the passive recipients of the teacher’s correction but they are actually doing something about it. Please note that I am not advocatinng doing away with error correction altogether. Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events. English My Way. Preparation This session gives learners the opportunity to learn more about activities they can enjoy in their local community and to share what they like doing.
Creating a group poster will encourage the generation of language that is relevant to your learners. Before the session make sure you have: WD Resource A1 1 copy per learner and 1 copy enlarged to A3 size. WD Resource A2 1 copy per learner. EWE - Easy World Of English // HOME. Selecting Vocabulary Words to Teach English Language Learners. A student's maximum level of reading comprehension is determined by his or her knowledge of words.
This word knowledge allows students to comprehend text. As the teacher, you can explicitly teach word meanings to improve comprehension. However, to know a word means knowing it in all of the following dimensions: The ability to define a wordThe ability to recognize when to use that wordKnowledge of its multiple meaningsThe ability to decode and spell that word Therefore, it is vitally important to teach key words that children will need to comprehend texts, learn the content in those texts, and pass tests.
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But there is more to it than that. As part of the Macmillan Education Life Skills series, Macmillan Dictionary focuses on an area of language learning students of English often find difficult to master: pragmatics. Lesson plan of the month. Blog - Deep English. ESL-EFL Matters. English Worksheets Land. My English Images – Pictures worth 1,000 words. Reading Comprehension: Pre-Teaching Vocabulary. All my lessons last 90 minutes and even though I like to think that students don’t normally get tired or bored, changing gears several times during the 90 minutes is quite important to maintain their level of attention.
In this sense, fortunately, teaching a language is not the same as teaching some other subjects where the range of activities you can do is a bit more restricted. CREATIVE LOW-COST TEACHING/LEARNING AIDS. Have you watched the TED talk where Linsey Pollak turns a carrot into a clarinet using an electric drill and plays his ‘carrinet’?
Apart from giving a completely new meaning to the concept of playing with food, he gives a perfect example of endless possibilities of imagination and creativity which might result in something absolutely practical: a musical instrument at a much cheaper price and a full day’s supply of vitamin A as added value. How can we turn our creativity into something tangible and valuable for the classroom? One of the ways is to create our own teaching/learning aids out of whatever we have available.
Today I will show how to make 5 teaching/learning aids that are. Learners. The 10 Best Places to Find ELT Listening Materials. If, like me, you find that one of the most commonly heard requests from your learners is to provide them with additional listening materials to study with outside of class, this post is definitely for you. I’ve trawled the internet and the result of my extensive labors is the list of ten great resources you see below… enjoy!
1) Link Eng Park This site doesn’t actually produce any of its own materials, but it’s as close as an encyclopedia of all ESL online listening materials as you’re ever likely to find. Comparative and superlative adjectives – tips and activities. By Kerry G Maxwell and Lindsay Clandfield Kerry Maxwell and Lindsay Clandfield provide a selection of useful tips and ideas for teaching comparatives and superlatives. 1. Use of comparatives It’s tempting with comparatives to focus merely on the form. Travel. Information Gap ESL Exercises. These information gaps usually come in twos. You will need to print both the A and B sheets. You can print them directly from the browser if you want, but they will look better if you save them and open them in any graphics program and print from there. Directions Information Gap I: Giving directions based on street names and nearby landmarks.
For example, it's on 5th Street next to the bank. Astro English ESL English lessons for teachers and students. Skillswise - English Games. Commonly Used English Expressions. 100+ Useful Expressions, Dialogs and Phrasal Verbs for SHOPPING! Whether you love shopping, or just shop when you need to, you can practice your English at the same time! Shopping is a great way to communicate with lots of different people, and it really helps to boost your confidence in speaking English! You might hesitate or make mistakes to begin with, if you’re a bit nervous, but that’s completely normal. You may even find it hard to understand what the shop assistant is saying to you, if you don’t understand all the words!
If you familiarise yourself with the phrases and vocabulary in this blog, then you’ll know what you should expect to hear from the people you talk to on your shopping spree. It’ll make shopping a more enjoyable experience, and improve your English too! SAS® Curriculum Pathways® 50 Holiday Related Activities For The ELT Classroom. Since I’m busy making Christmas lists, thought I’d make a nice one to share with fellow teachers and inspire with a few things in my brain for teaching lessons related to Christmas. So here is my brain purge. Share and enjoy. Channel 4 Learning - DVDs, CD-Roms and free online education resources and activities for schools. CristinaSkyBox. Language Arts. ELT base - Play Games with English Book 2 (1981-8) - Memory 1 page 1. Topic-Based versus Task-Based Speaking Activities.
Speaking is one of the most valued skills in learning a foreign language. When you want to find out about the general knowledge of a person in a foreign language you usually ask DO YOU SPEAK (language)? I can’t remember ever hearing from someone if I could listen to English, on the other hand. Most learners therefore expect to speak the language fast when they join a course or hire a teacher. As teachers, however, we know that, being a productive skill, speaking will have to come after listening in the process of the students’ linguistic development. Getting Students To Speak In Class. Despite Steven Krashen’s famous methodology of language acquisition, in which he claims students must go through a silent period before they can speak, we know how anxious our students are to start producing the target language from day 1.
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Home - World Stories. ESL Games. ESL Games. Skills. News and more for the Young. Printable Handouts for ESL Students. Worksheets. National Geographics (Life) ESL reading. English news and easy articles for students of English. Home - DreamreaderDreamreader. Skoolbo. 36 fun classroom activities for Present Simple and Continuous. By: Alex Case |Audience: Teachers|Category: Teaching English I have recently published 56 communicative activities to teach Present Simple and 35 for practising Present Continuous, often combined with things like frequency expressions and pronunciation to make lessons on these rather basic tenses more useful.
However, the most useful thing you can do with Present Simple and Present Continuous is teach and practise them together, contrasting their meanings and uses. I therefore recommend moving fairly quickly on from any lessons on those tenses on their own to combining them in the ways explained below. As many of the activities below are variations on activities in my articles on teaching Present Simple or Present Continuous on their own, one easy way into teaching both tenses together is by adding one extra tense to an activity halfway through it. Learn Irregular Verbs with Engames and Fluency MC.
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