Los cortos en el aula de español (ELE) Historia de animación en blanco y negro creada por Disney y que enseguida se convirtió en un éxito, siendo premiada con un Óscar en el 2012.
1,099 FREE Movie Worksheets for Your ESL Classroom. Let’s face it: Even the most enthusiastic ESL class sometimes goes through dull periods.
No matter how much you switch up the activities and topics, there’s only so much English that your students can absorb at any one time. Still, that limit is sometimes a lot higher than your students believe it is - and the genuine exhaustion caused by a challenging topic, is very different from boredom that comes from too much repetition. When your students are just plain bored of board work, that’s when it’s time to break out one of your “emergency” activities - the ones you know will raise your class’s mood. You’ve probably got some go-to activities of your own - but it never hurts to add some new ones to your arsenal.
That’s exactly why BusyTeacher.org has put together this collection of 1,099 worksheets themed on movies, cartoons, and viral videos. But that’s not the only reason these 1,099 worksheets are handy. How do we know these worksheets work?
ESL hotel, aviation & tourism lesson plans for ESL Teachers. By Kieran Donaghy. Games. Image credits: www.bbc.co.uk and www.youtube.com Follow me on twitter @RobbioDobbio I’m running the Barcelona Half-Marathon dressed as David Bowie to raise money for Cancer Research, sponsor me here: This is a game that can be adapted for a range of levels.
I thought it up specifically for students to practice for the FCE/CAE/CPE speaking part 1, in which candidates must give complete answers to a series of interview style questions. You will need Adam Simpson’s amazing blockbusters powerpoint game which you can download here. Class procedure and rules Typical Cambridge Exam Questions just a minute Class Procedure and Rules Divide the class into two teams, orange and green, show the blockbusters power point. 20 (or more) great sites with TED lesson plans – superteachers.pl.
If you like me love using TED talks in the EFL classroom, this post is a must.
Probably, just like me, you design your own lessons based on TED talks. I find them absolutely inspiring, thought-provoking and an excellent resource for a lesson of English. Reasons for using TED talks are numerous: the length of 5-20 minutes makes them just long and short enough to be used in one 45 minute lesson (state-run schools format),
Passport, Please!: A Crash Course in Teaching English for Tourism. 7 Rockstar Video Resources for Time-crunched ESL Teachers. Have you ever thrown your hands up and rocked out in celebration?
You know, like when a lesson goes over extremely well with your students. Or when you find a site that’s packed with ESL teaching gold. Videos have the power to turn your students’ learning environment on its head, awakening them with captivating material on the big screen. Rants and Raves - Planning an excursion. This activity provides short listening practice based around a conversation between a customer and sales person.
The conversation is to enquire about excursions. In this lesson, students will listen to a dialogue in a travel agents. They will put the dialogue in the correct order and listen to check answers. There are also suggestions for developing the theme of travel to practise specific areas of grammar. Aims: To practise listening skillsTo improve students’ vocabulary and speaking skills Age group: Adults Level: CEF level A2-B1 Time: 30 minutes plus time for developing the theme Materials: The lesson plan, transcript and student worksheets can be downloaded in PDF format below. TED Talk Lesson Plans. Image credit: ted.com Follow me on twitter @RobbioDobbio This is a lesson plan for C1+ students on the topic of bad habits based around a TED talk by Judson Brewer and an article from Yahoo Health.
You can find the TED talk, students’ handout, reading text and teacher’s notes below: TED Bad habits sts copy – Students handout TED bad habits teachers notes Common Bad Habits – Reading Text. Travel - Our favourite inspirational travel videos. Type “travel” into YouTube.com and you get 2.5 million results.
Do the same in Vimeo.com and you get 88,000. From old-school projector-driven slideshows to photo albums to viral videos, we’ve always found a way to document our travel experiences through images. The moments captured in these images are the stories we will be telling our entire lives. With all the focus we’ve given to photography this week, we wanted to give a much-needed nod to travel videography.
Compelling travel films make us dream about the world and inspire us go out and experience it. The Longest WayFrom 9 November 2007 to 13 November 2008, Christoph Rehage walked 2,887 miles across China, from Beijing to Ürümqi, passing through the Gobi desert. Fifty People, One QuestionWhere would you wish to wake up tomorrow? Move, Eat, LearnPerhaps more so than any other videos on this list, the series of short films Move, Eat, Learn will make anyone want to get up, get out there and experience the world.