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Resources | #AusELT. Welcome to the #AusELT Resource Pages. #AusELT is a community of enthusiastic, dedicated ELT professionals based in or near to Australia and New Zealand, who work together to share industry-related resources, advice and news via social media. This list of resources was started because we felt there was little published material out there with an Antipodean focus, and we wanted to help our learners better understand and engage with local culture, lifestyle, music, film, current events etc., whilst learning English in a way that is practical, relevant and engaging. We hope that these pages will be a forum for sharing this type of Australasia-related content, bringing together our favourite resources, ideas, lessons, worksheets and links in one convenient location. Click on the RESOURCES tab above and choose a page from the drop-down list. See also the contents list below, and at the bottom of every Resources page.

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Teachers' Resources - ABC TV Education. Using the webcam to develop pronunciation - EnglishUp. Developing students’ pronunciation is vitally important to help them achieve a good communicative speaking level. The best time to work on pronunciation is when we first introduce new language items such as grammatical structures, vocabulary or expressions. This should ensure that they learn them from good clear models and are able to include references to pronunciation features in their notes.

The webcam can be a vital tool in helping to support our students’ pronunciation habits and helping them to ‘see’ how words and expressions are pronounced and what particular pronunciation features they need to be aware of. So here are a few tips and examples to help you use your webcam to help with your students’ pronunciation. Find out about Aptis for Teachers Syllables on fingers When learning new words and especially longer words, students often have problems identifying how many syllables the word contains and which syllables are stressed or emphasised.

Showing contractions and catenation Best. DL Lesson sites. Free Teaching Resources - NSW AMES. Fire safety, Calling an ambulance, Beach safety and Understanding good health are designed to integrate safety and emergency training into ESL language programs. The activities in these resources are aligned to the learning outcomes in the Certificates in Spoken and Written English These four resources are FREE for teachers and students to use. All resources can be downloaded by clicking on the below links. Copies can be made but no changes must be made to the content. This learning resource was developed through a partnership between the NSW Adult Migrant English Service (NSW AMES) and NSW Fire Brigades. It is designed to integrate fire safety training into English as a second language programs. It should be used in conjunction with the booklet Fire safety and prevention in the home published by NSW Fire Brigades (attached as a PDF below) or with the website of NSW Fire Brigades.

Copies of the resource can be made free of charge but NO changes must be made to the content. Resources - Home. Civics Lessons and EL Civics for ESL Students. The LanguagePoint - Collections - English resources overview. Web 2.0 Tools in Education: A Quick Guide by Mohamed Amin Embi | Evernote | Blog. How to Make A Jazz Chant by Carolyn Graham. Making sense of spelling - Gina Cooke. Usually when we spell a word, we only acknowledge the surface structure by naming out the letters: " these tools for understanding spelling in this free video gallery: working with your regular vocabulary or spelling words, study how you can use word sums and/or matrices to connect how words are spelled with what they mean and how they make sense.The English language is rich in homophones, words that sound the same, but have different meanings and thus different spellings.

Words like heel and heal or pain and pane are homophones. The spelling short graphic on The Homophone Principle, and investigate the following pairs of homophones:feat ~ feet; meet ~ meat; row ~ roe; mist ~ missed; profit ~ prophet; wine ~ whine; none ~ nun; peace ~ piece; knot ~ not ~ naught; rain ~ rein ~ reign; sense ~ cense ~ cents ~ scents a. What do each of these words mean? B. 11,005 FREE Grammar Worksheets.

Grammar can often be very difficult to teach and just as difficult to learn - but has 11,185 printable grammar worksheets in different categories. Whether you're looking for worksheets on a specific topics, like movies, nationalities, or music; or on a specific area of grammar, like tenses, gerunds, prepositions, or modal verbs, has got you covered.

All 11,185 of our printable worksheets are completely free to download without registering or logging in, and every single one of them was created and submitted by fellow ESL teachers from around the world. The worksheets below will help you supplement your lessons, and will also provide additional practice for your students. Our worksheets serve as great gap fillers during lessons, to help your students retain the grammar learned during the lesson. The worksheets also show which level of ESL learners they're for, which will make your search for a suitable worksheet for your class a breeze. Grammar | Monument English. Hello friends, I thought we could start the week with a little grammar rule. Did you have to change your plans over the weekend? This is how you can express it. I was going to eat out, but I didn’t have enough money…. Was there ever something you wanted to do very badly, but something else came up and prevented you from doing what you wanted to do? What were you going to do at that time?

What changed your mind or stopped you from it? We use “was/were going to” to describe events that were supposed to happen but didn’t. ex. Ex. I was going to….but…. I had planned everything for last week. However, none of these things happened because I was informed by my superior that I had to work for another week before taking my vacation. Please complete the following…. Peter was going to find a job after graduating school…. Mary and Jack were going to get married this summer…. Josh was going to report his friend’s unlawful activity to the boss…. ex.

Ex. Eric was going to go to New York but….because…. Practice. Professional Development Resources - AMEP Research Centre - Macquarie University. The AMEP RC produces a wide range of Professional Development Resources for teachers within in the AMEP. Under the eBook resources it is possible to sort our library by title, author/s and series.

**Please note our resources are best viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader 9 or above. To download the latest version of Acrobat go to All AMEP RC Professional Development Resources are no longer available for purchase as of January 2010. The publications on this site are available for download inclusive of the multimedia resources under the conditions of copyright detailed below. © Commonwealth of Australia 2008 These works are copyright. Wikimedia Commons.