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English to go - English lessons, Learn English, Teach English, Lesson plans, ESL resources, ESL reading

Teaching Ideas Teaching Ideas Johannes C. Razenberg TESOL teacher Liste de sites utiles pour les enseignants d'anglais Un article de Wiki Agreg-Ink. La page est en cours de réorganisation. Les rubriques seront classées par ordre alphabétique et non par ordre d'importance. Compréhension orale (Listening) Compréhension écrite (Reading) ESL short stories

Primary Source Materials & Document Based Questions Primary Source Materials & Document Based QuestionsAn Internet Hotlist on Document Based Questions created by Paula GoldsteinNassau BOCES Introduction | Primary Source Materials | Document Based Questions | Assessments | General Resources | Constructed Response Questions Introduction Don't depend on someone else's interpretation of a document. Read it yourself and draw your own conclusions.

A List of the Best: TOEFL Preparation Resources “How do I prepare for the TOEFL exam?” This may be the first question you are asking yourself after you officially decide you are going to take the TOEFL. With all the resources and study materials, one would think that studying for the TOEFL would be fairly easy. Unfortunately for a lot of students, this is not the case: a lot get overwhelmed with the large selection of books, online resources, and practice tests. It’s understandable considering there is so much out there! To help reduce the stress, we’ve put together a list of the best and most recommended study materials for the TOEFL.

Language Learning Content Sites Two websites, Breaking News and Listen a Minute, for learning English, with engaging games that students really love playing at home or in class. Therefore it's their great tools for educators who want students to carry on the learning once they leave the class room. Both websites are free. Breaking News is more ideal for slightly more advanced students, and Listen a Minute is better for students a lower skill level. They both feature comprehensive lesson plans, with some fun learning games. If the students have access to computers in class this is a great way to use technology in education, as the students can have some friendly competition with the games, and could also work in groups to work on the tasks.

Teaching Writing and Learning With Graphic Organizers For some reason, writing tends to be the task many students dread the most. As a result, teachers are always on the lookout for ways to make the assignment more enjoyable – or at least less despised! Incorporating graphic organizers into the writing and learning process is a great way to get students to think outside the box and engage more willingly in the process. What Are Graphic Organizers?A graphic organizer is a visual aid that helps depict the correlation between ideas, facts, or concepts. APRENDER EL INGLÉS RÁPIDO. INGLES INTENSIVO EN MEXICO DF

19 Unique Resources to Make You a Master of Online Language Learning Everyone and their grandmother is on Facebook. Yep, you might have noticed that things are a lot different than they were ten years ago. Being someone’s “friend” means being subjected to an endless stream of their vacation photos. You can now arrange to have 1500 live ladybugs delivered to your doorstop without ever getting out of your bathrobe, much less leaving your house. To put it simply, we are living in the middle of a revolution.

The Secret to Descriptive Writing Either I’ve encountered a conspiracy to confound teachers of writing, or I’ve discovered an “obvious secret” of descriptive writing. To paraphrase a classic School House Rock Video, it appears that verbs are, indeed, “what’s happening.” I heard about the power of compelling verbs first from Ralph Fletcher in a visit to the Garden State. He explained that well-intentioned teachers encourage their students to use numerous adjectives to create interesting prose, which leads to detail-sodden writing which drags under its own weight. Simply unnecessary. In Ralph’s own words, “Nouns make the pictures, verbs make the pictures move.”