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Listening and Reading

Listening and Reading
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English Reading Comprehension - Textos para aprender o practicar inglés - Comprensión escrita We offer you here some texts on various interesting subjects. You can practise reading comprehension and at the same time you will certainly learn something new. Each text is identified with an icon showing the level of English used on it. You will also find some questions to answer at the end of some texts to test your comprehension. Now you can also print the reading texts and the exercises. ¡Comparte esta página! Aquí te ofrecemos textos sobre varios temas interesantes. Cada texto está identificado con un símbolo que muestra el nivel de inglés del mismo. Además ahora puedes imprimir las lecturas y los ejercicios. Más ejercicios para practicar inglés Libros recomendados Intermediate English Reading and Comprehension Este libro contiene diversas lecturas con ejercicios para estudiantes de nivel intermedio. Fast Forward Reading English Reading: 10 Passages for English Learners

ESL English Language Learning - Adult Literacy - Listening & Reading - Audiobooks - Stories Listen to English - learn English! Australia Network - Learning English - Learning Programs Learning Levels Explained Better Than Beginner I can say enough to manage a simple conversation. I can read signs and basic instructions. Recommended Programs: Living English Intermediate I can talk about every day situations and make arrangements. Recommended Programs: Nexus English Bites The Business of English Study English Advanced I can talk about most topics and understand everything except very technical or complex language. Recommended Programs: Nexus English Bites Study English

The Phrontistery: Obscure Words and Vocabulary Resources Listen A Minute: Easier English Listening and Activities Cómo preparar el speaking del PET | Theorein Está llegando mucha gente al blog buscando cómo preparar el speaking (parte oral) del PET (Preliminary English Test), el examen de Cambridge que equivale al B1. Yo lo hice hace unas semanas, y como no estaba yendo a academia no sabía cómo iba hasta unos días antes que usoidesfero me encontró dos exámenes de prueba. Os cuento cómo va. Los candidatos entran de dos en dos a un aula en la que hay dos examinadores, uno habla, el otro sólo escucha y apunta. - What’s your name? - What’s your surname? - How do you spell it? - Where do you come from? - Do you work or are you a student? - Do you enjoy studying English? - What do you enjoy doing in your free time? - What did you do yesterday evening? El examinador va alternando, pregunta una a un candidato, otra a otro. Después, otro ejercicio que os propondrá el examinador que dirige el test es describir una foto. Para acabar, os propondrán un tema a discutir sin ningún soporte ni ayuda. Me gusta: Me gusta Cargando...

The Best Shakespeare Videos for the Classroom Here are a few of our favorite Shakespeare videos for the classroom. You can also check out our playlist of favorite Shakespeare videos here (and be sure to subscribe to WeAreTeachers YouTube channel while you’re at it.) Remember to check out these videos yourself before you show them to your students because only you know what will work for the children in your classroom. What’s So Special About Shakespeare? Michael Rosen explains in less than eight minutes why Shakespeare rocks. A great piece to kick off any Shakespeare unit! The Story of William Shakespeare for Kids An illustrated look at Shakespeare’s life, his times, and his works in under ten minutes. CBeebies: Who is William Shakespeare? In just five minutes, viewers get to “meet” Shakespeare and learn a few fun facts about his life and why he became a writer and playwright. The Secret to Teaching Shakespeare The advice that author James Shapiro gives to teachers in this short video is invaluable. Shakespeare for Kids

Advertising: Listen A Minute.com: English Listening Lesson What is advertising? Is it ____________ truth or is it making things look better than they really are? ____________ lying? Companies pay a lot of money for adverts. Some of the ads you see ____________ magazines look like art. The commercials on TV look like mini movies. What is advertising? What is advertising? DISCUSSION (Write your own questions) Write five GOOD questions about advertising in the table. When you have finished, interview other students. Now return to your original partner and share and talk about what you found out. Write about advertising for 10 minutes. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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