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Free Audio Stories for Kids

Free Audio Stories for Kids

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Listen to News Each Tuesday EnglishClub publishes a short audio news report in easy English from the previous week. With this resource you can practise your listening, reading, writing and even speaking. Preview the vocabulary and read the gapfill text. Play the news report and try to fill in the blanks. Answer the comprehension questions by writing full sentences. Free exclusive vectors by Freepik freepik Free graphic resources of %s on Freepik Travelling around the world 93.775 134 10 months ago Summer graphic elements 236.611 507 1 year ago World travel vector free template 164.305 383 1 year ago World map made of dots 2.746 39 3 weeks ago Happy Birthday balloon vector 127.013 396 1 year ago

Peace Day Lesson Plans: Activities, Ideas, and Group Project to use for September 21 Teaching Resources and Fun Activities for Peace Day Welcome my Peace Day Lesson Plans web page for teachers. The International Day of Peace, also known as World Peace Day, is celebrated on September 21. Listening - Elementary Page 1 World Of Movies Listening to a cinema's recorded message giving information about movies and times of screening. Exercise Number: 1L1Click for Transcript Travel Map Vector Graphic Ready to see the world? This graphic shows your viewers where they're headed. A white-and-green map sits on a neutral background with six color-coded dots—one for each habitable continent (Antarctica doesn't appear on the map). Crisp folds give the chart some depth, and the green gradually deepens as it moves away from an unseen light source. A line extends from North America with the words “Next to Visit” over a multicolored line.

Standardized Tests 14 September, 2014 Photo Credit: Alberto G., via Flickr Voice 1 Welcome to Spotlight. I’m Ryan Geertsma. 20 ways to use a tablet in the classroom Whatever model of Android or iOS tablet you have available, it’s a hugely versatile tool when it comes to educating and entertaining children. Here are some of the best apps and features you can make use of in the classroom – some of which you have to pay for and others that are free. 1 Dive into 360-degree videos This is the most basic form of virtual reality, a full sphere of video centred on the spectator who can view an environment in any direction.

15 Great Free Android Apps for English Language Learners Below is a set of some important Android apps that you can use with your students and kids to help them learn a new or foreign language. 1- Listen and SpeakThis is an awesome Android app that helps language learners improve their foreign language learning using a set of predefined templates of how words should be pronounced and understood. 2- Busuu Busuu is a leading community of language learners online. I often log on there and help students with their English grammar and I love the interaction and cooperation of the members of this community.

Camden Scene 1 Stephen: Here we are in Camden Lock Market. It’s a great place to go shopping and we need to buy a birthday present for our Mum. What do you think we should get her, Ash? Ashlie: Well our Mum loves nice clothes and costume jewellery. So - I’m sure we’ll find something here.

instaGrok Becoming a ___ is more smart work than hard work, and retaining it is hard work. [source]fathermovereplacementleader This inspirational post from where you can ___ a lot of things and beside that you can give final touch to your work for perfect result. [source]thingfathermarriedlearn This inspirational post from where you can learn a lot of ___s and beside that you can give final touch to your work for perfect result. The Spelling Challenge: are you up to it? Is it definetely or definitely? Which is correct, possession or possesion? Most students struggle with English spelling and no wonder, English spelling is difficult. Plain and simple. The best advice I can probably give you to improve your spelling is to read a lot and then if you keep misspelling a word, you might want to write it down several times ( I’m sorry! I know it sounds like a very traditional thing to do, but it works and this is what is really important, isn’t it?).

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). But if you’re not careful, Swift may just decide to sue you (take you to court and demand money from you for something you did wrong).

Listening Listening Lessons Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - Idioms and phrases using the word 'Dog'. Get the phone! - A listening exercise. Listen to the phone conversation and then answer the questions.

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