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Debates, discussion & speaking activity lessons for esl teachers

Debates, discussion & speaking activity lessons for esl teachers
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An Idiom a Day Forum . Penfriends . Test . Online English Lessons . Newsletter . Return to this page every day to read a new English idiom. Idiom 28WET BEHIND THE EARSInexperienced / naivePeter is still too wet behind the ears. elllo | English Listening Online Dobble játékvariációk - Logopédia mindenkinek A Dobble játékot az I. kerületi Pedagógiai Szakszolgálattól kaptam a kétnyelvűség témakörben tartott előadásomért, 2014-ben, az Európai logopédia napján. Nagyon örültem neki. Azóta felfedeztem, hogy egy népszerű, a gyermekek által kedvelt és ismert játékról van szó. A játékszabálya nagyon egyszerű, hasonlít a Bataflash-hoz. A játékszabály egyszerűsége teszi nagyon vonzóvá a játékot a gyermekek szemében. A kártyákat elfelezzük a két játékos között. A játék nagyon szórakoztató, a gyermekek észre sem veszik, hogy egy komoly fejlesztőjátékról van szó. A Dobble rajongóknak találtam pár új letölthető és otthon könnyen elkészíthető játékvariációt, ezekkel variálni lehet az alapjátékot, hogy ne unják meg a gyermekek: Harry Potter témakör - Iskola témakör (szókincsfejlesztésre is alkalmazható) - Halloween Csillagászat Karácsony Betűk és formák

English Club Interactive Stories Interactive Stories or Guided Stories is the name of an English language teaching technique developed by Mark White, a language teacher/writer. What is an Interactive Story? The technique consists of a story, which includes both sentences and questions so that as one student reads it to the other, the listener can respond to the questions and interact with the storyteller and the story itself by making it up as they go along. What are they for? Learn more: Things you can do with an Interactive Story The Origin and Evolution of Interactive Stories Interactive Stories: An Interview with Mark White Examples of Interactive Stories: Advanced English The Banjo Player’s Brother Upper Intermediate English Love and Death World of Water The Story of Green WillowThe ObsessionTibetan StoryThe Children of Kenji Takeuchi Intermediate English Yamashita’s GoldThe Water CarThe Ghost of Phra Ka NongThe Two LoversThe OdysseyThe Adventures of Roy Bean The History of Pirate Island A Business Fairy Tale High School English

The 10 Best Places to Find ELT Listening Materials – Teach them English This domain name may be for sale. Please click here to inquire. Voy aprender inglés: Villancicos en Inglés - Christmas Songs En este apartado podrás encontrar Villancicos y canciones para Navidad, en inglés. Ideales para favorecer el aprendizaje del idioma, adquirir vocabulario, practicar la pronunciación, etc. Blue Christmas It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Jingle Bell Jingle Bell Rock Little Saint Nick Santa Claus is Coming to Town Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer Silent Night We wish you a Merry Christmas White Christmas 25 maps that explain the English language English is the language of Shakespeare and the language of Chaucer. It’s spoken in dozens of countries around the world, from the United States to a tiny island named Tristan da Cunha. It reflects the influences of centuries of international exchange, including conquest and colonization, from the Vikings through the 21st century. The origins of English 1) Where English comes from English, like more than 400 other languages, is part of the Indo-European language family, sharing common roots not just with German and French but with Russian, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian. 2) Where Indo-European languages are spoken in Europe today Saying that English is Indo-European, though, doesn’t really narrow it down much. 3) The Anglo-Saxon migration Here’s how the English language got started: After Roman troops withdrew from Britain in the early 5th century, three Germanic peoples — the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes — moved in and established kingdoms. 4) The Danelaw 5)The Norman Conquest 9) Canada Learn more

English Listening Lessons Webquest: St Patrick's Day: History and traditions What is the history of St Patrick’s Day, and who was he? Find the answers in this webquest, and learn about how 17th March is celebrated around the world. On the 17th March, the whole world becomes Irish. Activity 1: Who was St Patrick? Visit this site: Where and when was St Patrick born? Using questions 1–12 above, now finish the biography about St Patrick below in your own words. St Patrick was born in … around … He is believed to have died on … Activity 2: What is the history of St Patrick’s Day? Visit this site: Activity 3: St Patrick’s Day traditions St Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world and is well known for a number of its traditions. Which Irish symbol is also known as the ’seamroy’? Now, summarize for the class what you have learnt about St Patrick’s Day symbols and traditions. Activity 4: St. Have you ever made a collage? Extra activities 1. 2. 3.

BBC Learning English | Home page LearnEnglish | British Council This online level test will give you an approximate indication of your English proficiency level. You can use the result to help you find content on our website that is appropriate for your English language ability. About the online level test 25 multiple-choice questions 10–20 minutes This test is designed to assess your understanding of English grammar, vocabulary and phrasing. Each question is in the format of multiple choice and you will have a choice of three possible answers. You will be required to read each question carefully and select the answer that you think is correct. Instructions Test your English language skills by choosing the correct answer, then decide how sure you are that your answer is correct. It is very important to be honest about how sure you are. You will not be able to return to the previous question once you have submitted your answer and moved on, so make sure that you are completely satisfied with the answer you choose before you submit it. Results