Games 2. Games. ESL 4. ESL 3. ESL 2. ESL. Educational Tools 3. Educational Tools 2. Educational Tools. Grammar 3. ESL Grammar Games. Esl adults. ESL/EFL Cool Resources. Using Translation in ESL. EFL/ESL/TESOL. Strategies for teaching ESL reading. TEFL/ESL. Mrs E. Resources for English Teachers.
Esl short film. Lessonstream.org by Jamie Keddie. Extr@ – Learn English with videos. A cool TV series, a funny sitcom, and an English course, all wrapped in one single package to make Extr@, the perfect way of learning natural English having fun.SEE THE OTHER EPISODES HERE !
Do extr@ activities hereAnnie and Bridget share a flat. Their next-door neighbour Nick is a disorganized, humorous macho fellow. Bridget's Argentinean penpal, Hector, comes to London to visit her. His limited command of English serves as the central dynamic for the language learning content of the series. His trying to get to grips with the daily English is highly amusing (and enlightening).You do not need a tutor. Subtitles. By Kieran Donaghy. Listening skills. Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones, and BYOT. Every day, people around the world communicate, connect, and learn digitally on the go.
Our students spend hours with their devices and digital tools. Imagine if some of that time was spent learning your content. Imagine your students learning by creating, playing, translating, editing, curating, researching, and brainstorming digitally on cell phones, mobile devices, laptops, tablets, iPads, Chromebooks, and consoles. Learning to Go is a collection of lesson plans, resources, handouts, and tips for teachers wishing to incorporate mobile devices, cell phones or BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) into their teaching.
This book offers suggestions for adapting your curriculum even if your students have little access to technology or you are new to technology integration. QR Code Activities. Qrcodes - Shelly Terrell on Diigo. TitanPad: 10 Activities You Can Do With QR Codes. How Technology Should Have Already Changed Your Teaching. How Technology Should Have Already Changed Your Teaching by Terry Heick A little bit of technology doesn’t change much.
Can make things a little easier by automating them. It could make a lesson here or there gee-wiz flashy, or even engage hesitant students. Tacked-on learning technology can do this. But deep integration of technology–real at-the-marrow fusion of learning model, curriculum, and #edtech? 10 Ways Technology Has Changed Education: The Iconic Actions #edtech Should Disrupt 1.
You may need appreciate the way gamification can improve the visibility of the entire learning process. This is okay. You can still give letter grades–the parents will revolt and the children may be confused if you don’t. 2. Concerns of bulletin boards, rows versus clusters of desks, and where your desk goes change with the full integration of learning technology. Of more pressing concern is the signage on the walls that focuses on learning strategies and digital citizenship. 3. Cool, huh? How Now Brown Cow: Phoneme Awareness Activities. Research indicates a strong relationship between early phoneme awareness and later reading success, and it links some reading failure to insufficiently developed phoneme awareness skills.
Intervention research clearly demonstrates the benefits of explicitly teaching phoneme awareness skills. Many children at risk for reading failure are in general education classrooms where phoneme awareness training is not part of their reading program. 5 Quick, Easy, and Fun Phonemic Awareness Activities. Learning to read can be quite an overwhelming task for small children.
In fact, if you think about it, it’s astounding that children are even capable of learning to read in such a short amount of time. However, before they begin to read print, they must have an adequate foundational understanding of how sounds in words work. That is where phonemic awareness comes into play. What is phonemic awareness? In easy-to-understand terms, phonemic awareness is the ability to identify, think about, and manipulate sounds in spoken speech.
Listening The ability to listen closely is a key ingredient of phonemic awareness. The Listening Game. One of the first phonemic-awareness activities I do with my students, even as soon as the first day, is to bring their attention to noises. “Moo-Moo,” Where Are You? Phonemic Awareness Web Resources K-3. Phonics / Phonemic Awareness. Designer lessons.