ESL Podcast Blog Welcome to ESL Podcast Blog So Go Ahead and Sue Me, Taylor Swift I can’t say that I have never, never, never listened to a song by Taylor Swift, but I can say that I’m not exactly (I’m not really) a fan of her music. Ms. Swift is, however, extremely popular in the United States and internationally, known for her catchy (easy to remember) tunes (music) and lyrics (words to a song). Creating visual content for my classes with two awesome free online tools If you have been following my blog for a while you probably know how much I like exploring new tools to spice up my lessons. We all know students prefer looking at a screen than at a book so, for this lesson I have decided to explore two new free online tools, which have a lot of potential for language teaching. 1.
Greatest AudioBooks THE ART OF MONEY GETTING by P. T. Barnum FULL AudioBook - GreatestAudioBooks.com V2 - Wealth - Money - Investing - Getting Rich - "Art of Money Getting, or, Golden Rules for Making Money" Originally published 1880 by P. Listening Listening Lessons Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - Idioms and phrases using the word 'Dog'. Get the phone! - A listening exercise.
Study English News.com - Read the news in easy English Episodes of 'The Flatmates' from BBC Learning English <a href=" of the flatmates do you like the most?</a><span style="font-size:9px;">(<a href=" surveys</a>)</span> Here is a collection of episodes of The Flatmates, from the BBC's learning English website. You can follow the adventures of the main characters in different real life situations and read what they are saying to help you understand. This is a great way to improve your English listening comprehension.
[QualityTime-ESL] : "Your English" Podcasts The complete list is given below. "Your English" podcasts are free English lessons with oral drills that will improve your spoken English dramatically—because they are "interactive", i.e. they will make you speak English! Patterns are given followed by "listen and repeat", "listen and transform" or "listen and answer", i.e. short sentences/expressions to repeat/complete or questions to answer. Please note that doing these drills orally in real-time is far more difficult than doing them as written exercises. In some cases you repeat sentences or phrases and in others you have to complete or transform sentences after hearing a stimulus. You are given the right answer orally so you can easily check your progress.
Teaching Ideas Search for Ideas and Resources Filter Results Menu Audio for ESL/EFL: Listen and Read Along (Flash/MP3) YouTube Videos Science and Technology This is 4 minutes long and use the Teleprompter Player.'Caine’s Arcade' Video Brings Fame to Creative Boy Words & Their Stories These are 5 minutes long and use the Teleprompter Player.
Standardized Tests 14 September, 2014 Photo Credit: Alberto G., via Flickr Voice 1 Welcome to Spotlight. Study English News.com - Learn English with easy English songs Choose which easy English song you want to listen to: Coldplay (Present Simple/Future With Will) Beyonce (Second Conditional) Starsailor (Past Simple/Past Continuous) Suzanne Vega (Present Continuous) Stereophonics (Future With Will)
Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Dream Jobs 50 candidates for ‘best job in the world’ The world will soon know who will get the “best job in the world”. The position is for a caretaker to live on and look after a tropical island off the coast of Queensland, Australia. Duties include relaxing on the island, which is part of the Great Barrier Reef, and writing a blog to promote the area.