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ESL Cafe's Idea Cookbook Table of Contents

ESL Cafe's Idea Cookbook Table of Contents

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WWW ESL Resources ESL Resources Newest links are at the bottom of each section. Professional Organizations and Agencies The TESOL website provides information about our umbrella organization, including conferences, publications, listservs, and upcoming events. What Makes a Parent Love a Teacher Guest post by Jennifer Gonzalez The note from Mrs. F. came home two weeks into the school year:I’d like to talk with you about how we can make reading time more challenging for Ruby. When can we meet? Although I knew my daughter was an advanced reader, I had accepted that it would always be up to me to ask for this kind of differentiation. The conversation had never been initiated by the teacher.

▶ How to create and distribute an instructional screencast video for free Teaching somebody to do something on the computer is always tough. Words go a long way, and pictures are a big help, but nothing can beat the simple immediacy of a video. Fortunately, it’s never been easier to make and share an instructional video on your PC. Using easy, free software, you can record and publish a high-quality, annotated instructional video in a matter of minutes.

Free ESL (English as a Second Language) Lesson Plans to Download English Assistant | English MP3s | Private Lessons | American Slang This page was originally designed to share my materials with other English teaching assistants in France, especially those who have no experience in teaching ESL yet. I've also included worksheets that I used for private English lessons in France as well as some of the materials I used in my ESL classes in the United States. Feel free to use them as you'd like.

Team-working skills Video Worksheet Teacher's Notes The aim of this video is to help students understand team-working skills. Exercises based on material from Pre-intermediate to Advanced levels of Open Mind (and the Mind series for American English learners) have been provided in the teacher's notes and worksheet to use alongside the video. Moodle CLOZE editor Use this website to generate CLOZE quizzes for Moodle (all versions) and/or to try out the CLOZE editor integration for Moodle. This editor was built at the Chair of Applied English Linguistics at Universitaet Tuebingen (Prof. Dr.

Yesterday Yesterday Submitted by admin on 4 March, 2012 - 18:55 In this lesson students practise forming, asking and answering ‘wh’ questions in the past tense. They play two games and do a mingling activity. Topic: Yesterday EFL/ESL Lessons and Lesson Plans from The Internet TESL Journal If you have a lesson that you are willing to contribute, please submit it.See the main page for this month's lessons plans. Home | Articles | Lessons | Techniques | Questions | Games | Jokes | Things for Teachers | Links | Activities for ESL Students Some of the articles on Teaching Techniques also include ideas for lessons. How to Motivate Reluctant Learners What we call motivation in school is really a decision students make to invest in our classrooms. It s our responsibility to show students the value of investment and guide them toward behaviors that will support learning. In this guide, Robyn R.

Fun, in practice At the end of January, I wrote a post inspired by Volkswagen’s Fun Theory competition. (If you missed the original post, it’s here: The Fun Theory in Language Learning) As often happens, as soon as I had “fun” on the brain, I started seeing posts and information related to this topic all around me in cyberspace! Since fun is always a good thing to have on the brain, I’d like to share a few of the blog posts, discussions, and resources that I’ve enjoyed on this topic. One of ELT Chat’s January 27th Twitter discussions was dedicated to the Role of Humour in the EFL Class. There are a lot of great resource links, and ideas in the Dave Dodgson‘s chat summary. Bruno Andrade explored the chat topic in greater depth with a post on his own blog.

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