New General Service List. 7 Awesome Posters for Language Teachers. January 23, 2015 Today I brought you a collection of some interesting infographics and posters particularly useful for English language teachers.
I curated this collection from Larry Ferlazzo’s Pinterest board titled ”Useful Classroom Images”. This board contains over 5000 pins spanning multifarious topics and themes. I spent sometime last night going through Larry’s pins and selected for you the titles below. I am hoping that language teachers would find these resources handy. 10 Do's and Don'ts for Effective Vocabulary Instruction l Dr. Kimberly's Literacy Blog. We know that there is a strong relationship between vocabulary and reading comprehension.
Systematic vocabulary instruction must be an integral component of a K-12 comprehensive instructional framework. 10 Good Tools to Help Students Learn New Vocabulary Words. 10 Most Commonly Misused Words. 10 Words You Need to Stop Misspelling. 11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures. This post originally appeared over on the Maptia Blog.
The team at Maptia are creating a beautiful platform for telling stories about places (launching soon!) And you can check out their ‘See The World’ manifesto here. The relationship between words and their meaning is a fascinating one, and linguists have spent countless years deconstructing it, taking it apart letter by letter, and trying to figure out why there are so many feelings and ideas that we cannot even put words to, and that our languages cannot identify. The idea that words cannot always say everything has been written about extensively — as Friedrich Nietzsche said, “Words are but symbols for the relations of things to one another and to us; nowhere do they touch upon the absolute truth.” Somehow narrowing it down to just a handful, we’ve illustrated 11 of these wonderful, untranslatable, if slightly elusive, words. 1 | German: Waldeinsamkeit A feeling of solitude, being alone in the woods and a connectedness to nature.
16 Websites to Teach and Learn Vocabulary. There are now several web tools that are really great in teaching vocabulary and that you can use with your students in the classroom.
We have curated a list a list of some of the best web tools to teach vocabulary. Check them down below. 25 badass ways to say no. 25 (More) Bad Ass Ways to Say No. 45 Ways to avoid using the word “VERY” Infographic… 100 most beautiful words in the English language. 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know. 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know - quiz. 2000 Most Common Nouns. Abbreviations.com. Babbel. Commonly Confused Adjectives with Explanations. Buy this poster Adjectives pose several problems because they often sound similar and mean similar things but are used with different nouns.
These rules and examples will give English learners the insight to use what they already know about countable and non-countable nouns to select the appropriate adjectives quickly and effectively. Read on to learn the difference between many or much, a few or few, further and farther and many commonly confused adjectives. To download high-resolution poster click here Embed this image to your site: <a href=" src=" alt="" /></a>[Infographic provided by <a href=" Many – Much Although these two quantifiers sound similar, function in a similar manner and mean similar things, they cannot be used interchangeably. Few – A Few A few represents a positive quantity, but it can only be used with countable nouns. Communicrate worksheets. Confusing English Words: Than and Then. Containers – mind map and games. The concept of uncountability is very difficult to understand and use correctly for learners of English.
However, even the English sometimes need to count the things which are uncountable. To do this they count the containers the things are commonly packed in or they have a countable expression which is used with the given noun. Thus, they have one pair of trousers, two pieces of cake or a carton of milk. Descriptive words English lesson. Simple descriptive words in English In this lesson you will learn different ways to say the following words:- By using some of these simple descriptive words will help you improve your writing skills and make your essays, stories ext.
More interesting to read to the reader. More English simple descriptive words Click on the links below. English Language Arts Word Wall for Grades 7-12 by Danielle Knight. English vocabulary. English Vocabulary Exercises Online, Printable Worksheets for Teachers and Fun Games. ESL Lesson Plans & Resources for Kids Kiz School provides: Video Tutorials, PPT, Interactive Games & Quizzes, Printable PDF Worksheets & Flashcards, among others.
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ESL and EFL Vocabulary Lessons. Find the Right Words - Words To Use. FREE “Just Give the Word” Worksheet/Team... by Laura Randazzo. Know that awkward moment when you’ve finish a lecture early, all questions have been answered, and there’s still – yikes!
– 10 minutes left in the period? Or do you have one of those classes that seems to finish everything about 15 minutes earlier than all of your other sections? The solution is to keep ‘em busy until the end of the hour with fun and meaningful activities. This handy “Just Give the Word” print-and-teach worksheet was built to help fill all available class time. The handout can be used as an in-class or homework assignment, substitute teacher materials, or game/contest sheet. As a game, place students in teams of two or three and give one sheet to each team. FREE “Word ADDiction” Worksheet/Team... by Laura Randazzo. Know that awkward moment when you’ve finish a lecture early, all questions have been answered, and there’s still – yikes!
– 10 minutes left in the period? Or do you have one of those classes that seems to finish everything about 15 minutes earlier than all of your other sections? The solution is to keep ‘em busy until the end of the hour with fun and meaningful activities. This handy “Word ADDiction” print-and-teach worksheet was built to help fill all available class time. The handout can be used as an in-class or homework assignment, substitute teacher materials, or game/contest sheet. English Vocabulary. Fun Review Game. I learned about this review game at a conference and tried it out with my students. It's called Organized Chaos. It would work well for any subject! Here's what you do: Write 8 questions that cover the topic you want to review. Make 8 copies of each question (so you'll have 64 sheets of paper). Here's a photo of high school seniors participating in this game. Glosor.eu.
How to teach collocations with HAVE # 2. This is the second post in which engames.eu has joined forces with Fluency MC to provide materials for teaching collocations with the verb HAVE. In this post we teach the collocations from the second part of Jason’s rap song. Horse race dictation. It is enjoyable because students are asked to predict the first word, in the same way people try to guess which horse will come first in a race, giving a strong motivation for the short but very intensive listening activity, in the form of a horse race commentary, which gives the solution. Preparation Choose a sentence and write words in random order on the left of the board, as in the example below.
You also need to prepare a commentary, which should be challenging enough to make it interesting but not too difficult. In the example below there is only one major change in order, when, and other minor changes during the race. finallywaso’clockelevenhomewhenIitgot. How to Use Transition Words. Page 1 of 2 Today, Bonnie Trenga will help us choose better transition words. This article could make you a tad hungry, because today we’re comparing the art of writing to the art of making a sandwich. In fact, just for today, we might need to change the name of the show to Gourmet Girl. In this episode, we’ll examine how to transition smoothly from point to point so that the flavors of your sandwich— your nonfiction writing—meld together subtly.
Improve Your Vocabulary With the “Wheel of Feelings” 43.3K 292Share1 “I am happy” is a fine enough sentence for a six-year-old, but as we get older, that simplicity doesn’t always cut it. Are you “watching-your-son-take-his-first-steps” happy, “just-won-the-presidential-election” happy, or maybe “getting-released-from-jail-today” happy? Finding the perfect word to pinpoint an emotion can be difficult, and sometimes we may need a little help. Enter: the Wheel of Feelings! (OK, technically I gave it that name– but I’m hoping it will catch on!) Learning Chocolate - Vocabulary Learning. Now you have no excuse. Love, A Grammar Nazi. 'Ogooglebar' ... and 14 Other Swedish Words We Should Incorporate Into English Immediately. Köttrymd! In other words, everything's better in Swedish. Over 250 Synonyms to Improve Word Choice in... by Simply Novel - Secondary Solutions. Persuasive Writing - Emotional vs Intellectual Words.
I have written about persuasive writing in an article where I discuss Ethos, Logos, Pathos. Prepositions Printable Anchor Chart (Poster) - The Teacher Treasury. Showing Emotions and Feelings Anchor Char. Spelling Tips and Tricks - Making Words Plural - All About Learning Press. Plurals can be confusing! Ten Minute Vocabulary Lesson. Today's Phrase - Learning English. Top 10 Characteristics Of Effective Vocabulary Instruction.
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