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A Millennial Job Interview. Video Lesson Plans for Teachers. Learn English With TV Series. The Chauffeur (2012) Practical activities for teaching listening decoding skills – a webinar recording. Posted: August 11, 2018 in Uncategorized This blog post was 18 months in the making.

Practical activities for teaching listening decoding skills – a webinar recording

Last year I did a webinar on Practical activities for teaching listening decoding skills for the Electronic Village Online session on Teaching Listening. The recording created by the webinar platform was in .exe format so I couldn’t share it, but I really enjoyed the webinar and have been meaning to create a screencast. Today I finally got round to making one, so here goes! The recording is divided into several parts because during the session I gave the participants links to some YouTube videos that I don’t own the copyright to.

Best wishes, Olya Title: Practical activities for teaching listening decoding skills. The Art and Craft of Storytelling. Meet a 12-year old app developer. (1) "Don't sigh, don't cry!" Emma Thompson on THAT Love Actually scene, Harry Potter and Late Night. Teaching English Pronunciation Skills. Sounds: The Pronunciation App. Forvo: the pronunciation dictionary. All the words in the world pronounced by native speakers. The 10 Best Podcasts for Teens: Good Podcasts They’ll Listen to. So you’re stuck at home, self-isolating with your teen(s).

The 10 Best Podcasts for Teens: Good Podcasts They’ll Listen to

Is it week six of this? Week 12? We’ve lost track in the madness. If you and Angsty Teen have been head-to-head at home since March, you may well be ready to rip your hair out right about now. Because in between all that Zoom school work, you trying to get your own shit done, and teens generally having the attention spans of goldfish, it’s easy to want to call it a day and let them zone out staring into their screens for, well, the entire day. Podcasts are a great way for parents and teens to connect as they socially distance…if you can pry the Air Pods out of their hands, that is. But then I asked my two teen daughters what podcasts they like. My 18-year-old, however, is a podcast fan. So, if you’re hoping for a carefully vetted list to please helicopter parents and all the Karens and Beckys of the mom world, well, this will not be that list. Whatever the case: Be cool. 1. This Is Language. Met oct 2015 24 4 44 46. - How to ace a job interview. - How to start a conversation. Some thoughts on authentic listening materials. I’ve been a materials writer for 2 months now.

Some thoughts on authentic listening materials

It’s about time I started reflecting on it. I haven’t had time to do so as it’s a very busy role – hence the lack of blog activity. I’m currently writing lessons for a functional, task-led syllabus. There’s a strong focus on speaking, listening and pronunciation. Each lesson has a listening text (well, bout 90% of them do) which is a model for the main task that students complete during a lesson. I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the nature of these listening materials since starting the job (and even since teaching the product). Movies by Levels – Watch movies to learn English. Some thoughts on authentic listening materials. Information Morning - Moncton with Jonna Brewer. Foreign words used in English. Introduction The lesson begins with a short quiz about the English language, which makes sure that the students understand what a hybrid language English is, and the concept of loan words.

Foreign words used in English

They then look at some common loan words and try to decide which language they originally came from, before reading a short text to check their ideas. The point is made in the text that English spelling (and pronunciation) seems very irregular because so many words come from different languages. The students then look at some commonly misspelt words and learn to spell them correctly.

Aims: Develop reading skills through reading a text about the origins of the English language. Age group and level: Older teenagers or adults with CEFR level B2 and above Time: Approximately 60 minutes Materials: All materials can be downloaded below in PDF format Important: Please read To support teachers having to work online during the COVID-19 pandemic, this lesson has been adapted for teachers providing online classes.

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How a Weekly Gratitude Practice Can Change Your Life and Free Printable

Anyone can practice gratitude. It only takes a few minutes and doesn’t cost any money. How to Price Your Online Course (Complete Guide to Course Pricing) If you’ve created an online course, then you know that there were a ton of decisions that you had to make throughout the process.

How to Price Your Online Course (Complete Guide to Course Pricing)

From choosing your course topic to your recording equipment, your course title, what to include in your lessons, how to create your content, how to market your course, and everything else in between. And somewhere in that process, you faced the difficult decision of choosing a price for your course. And if you’re anything like most of the online instructors out there, pricing online courses is not something that comes naturally to you. In fact, out of all the steps involved in creating and marketing online courses, choosing a course price is one of the decisions that tops the list of the most difficult decisions to make as a course creator. We suspect the reason so many online instructors struggle with this step is that they instinctively know just how important it is to choose the right price for their course. Aprende inglés con Gymglish.

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Learning styles discussion forum

Three presenters – Carol Lethaby, Philip Kerr and Phil Dexter - gave short, 20-minute presentations providing insight, clarification and opinion on the debate from varying standpoints, giving carefully considered views on the effectiveness (or not), usefulness (or not), application and criticism of learning styles in English language teaching. Following the presentations, the issue was explored in more depth with a question and answer session. The three presentations Carol Lethaby There are several reasons why assessing and accommodating learning styles is not deemed a useful teaching practice, including neuroscientific ones, the lack of supporting evidence, and the influence of commercial interests. Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership.