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ESL Song Lessons - - Songs For Discussion ESL and EFL teachers looking for inspiration to stimulate class discussions will find this list of songs to teach ESL topics we’ve compiled a useful resource. Highlighted are songs available as complete ESL song lesson plans here on Business & Money Songs about jobs & work Shania Twain / Not Just A Pretty Face (lyrics) Dolly Parton / Nine To Five (lyrics) The Kinks / Nine To Five (lyrics) Songs about wealth & poverty Travie McCoy / Billionaire (lyrics)Barenaked Ladies / If I Had $1,000,000 (lyrics) Gwen Stefani / Rich Girl (lyrics) Spin Doctors / Two Princes (lyrics) Culture & Customs Songs for Australia Day Midnight Oil / Beds Are Burning (lyrics) Men At Work / Land Down Under (lyrics) Songs for Christmas Bing Crosby / White Christmas (lyrics)Chris Rea / Driving Home For Christmas (lyrics) Songs for Halloween Michael Jackson / Thriller (lyrics) Sting / Moon Over Bourbon Street (lyrics) Songs for St Patrick’s Day U2 / Beautiful Day (lyrics) Johnny Cash / Galway Bay (lyrics) Education B.

Questions, annotations and quizzes | Teacher User Guide | User Guides What kind of rich media can I use in annotations? Video Giving students access to videos such as scenes from a play, relevant news articles, and concepts like irony and symbolism is one of the ways Curriculet revolutionizes the reading lives of kids. Videos appear in the text at just the right time, so students are instructed while they are reading! YouTube and Vimeo links are embedded directly into the question when you copy and paste a URL into the annotation box. You’re also welcome to use any of our 30 Common Core videos from YouTube, which can be found here: Images You can include images of characters, animals, automobiles, mythological creatures, cities, rivers, mountains… You might want to include images of clothing, setting… anything that will help students get into the book. You can also include Timetoast timelines, Pdfs, maps, and Prezi presentations. How do I add a quiz? How can I highlight text so it appears for my students when they read?

Funny Newspaper Generator with Your Own Picture Use this free online newspaper generator to create your own spoof newspaper articles. Just upload a photo and add your own text. Here’s an example of what your funny newspaper article will look like: The actual page will be full US letter size, and you can download it as a high quality pdf to print on your home printer. Ideas for how to use our online newspaper article generator Kids Birthday, e.g. The possibilities are as boundless as your imagination! Try the Online Newspaper Generator Instructions Fill in the blanks (see our examples below if you’re stuck for inspiration) Click “make it” Download a high quality pdf of your article! How do I change the date? Can’t see or download your article? Questions or comments? Example Funny Newspaper Articles Not sure what to write? Christmas Gag Article Newspaper name: The Polar Paper Headline: Santa Names “World’s Naughtiest Boy” Author: Rood Olph 50th Birthday Gag Article Newspaper name: The Grey Times Author: Hal E. What Next?

Edpuzzle info All Things Topics - Home Business English: Talking about your company You may need to present your company to visitors, potential investors or partners, or new suppliers and clients. Here is some useful English vocabulary to learn that will help you talk clearly, concisely and positively about what your company does. Giving the history of your company We were founded / set up / established in 1981. We merged with X company in 1990. We set up a subsidiary in the UK. The subsidiary was sold off two years after and the remaining company was split into five different divisions. We floated on the stock exchange last year, and we are now listed on the London Stock Exchange. Talking about your products and services We make / produce packaging material. We manufacture car engines. We supply paper products. We launched a new washing powder last month. We are researching new products for the home entertainment industry. We are developing new software for the internet. Company performance We are the market leaders in three countries. We have expanded our operations. NiaGreat!

Short Stories with Questions | Reading Activities | Ereading Worksheets This page features 20 of my favorite short stories with questions. These reading activities are perfect for classroom use. Written by some of the greatest authors in history, these stories are short enough to cover in a single class period, and rich enough to warrant study. I tried to select stories that students would find highly interesting. I chose stories with ironic endings, interesting twists, and clever plot movements. This collection will nurture your students’ love of reading and storytelling. These reading activities are available in both the old-school paper format (.RTF and .PDF) and the updated Ereading Worksheet format. “That Spot” | By Jack London – This is the humorous story of a couple guys chasing after fortune during the Klondike Gold Rush. “The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger” | By L. “The Fir Tree” | By Hans Christian Andersen – This may be one of Andersen’s lesser known works, but it packs the same moral punch of his more popular tales. “Mr. Free English Language Teaching games for adult learners contact: send us an email The aims of this website This site aims to provide free, easy-to-use English-teaching activities which will generate lots of fun, dynamic communication in your classes. It has been operating since the middle of November 2007. Copyright Notice The material in this website is copyright. For details of our tailor-made courses service, please visit our other website: ESL Song Lyrics Welcome to the ESL Song Lyrics directory. Here you can find hand-picked songs whose lyrics contain at least five different examples of the grammar or vocabulary which they are designed to present or practise in the ESL classroom.

Listen, Watch and Speak English. Free materials for ESL/EFL teachers (and students). : Bryan Adams "Summer Of 69" (ESL LESSON) The video consists of 4 parts: Part 1 - gives interesting information about the song or the artist. Part 2 - pre-teaches vocabulary. Part 3 - the song with lyrics. Part 4 - exercises. Why should we use songs to teach English? Listening to songs is a really great way to improve our students' pronunciation and grammar. Pronunciation: Listening to (or singing) English songs will help students to learn how to pronounce English words correctly and will also help to reduce their accent. Vocabulary: Listening to music will help students to learn more vocabulary quickly. Grammar: Grammar doesn't have to be taught and learnt in a very structured way but listening to music will help students to remember grammar patterns and learn how to use grammar correctly in everyday conversation. Atmosphere: Listening to music creates a good atmosphere in the classroom and increases the motivation. Easily Turn Google Spreadsheets into Flashcards and Other Cool Stuff Free elearning Resources For Schools Affected by Coronavirus/COVID-19 123 Homeschool for ME Free printable worksheets and educational activities, arranged by grade or subject. 2Simple Purple Mash, designed for children aged 3-11, offers tools for coding, animation, publishing, art and also applications for math, spelling and grammar, e-books and more. 3P Learning 3P Learning provides learning resources for schools and families, with topics such as mathematics, spelling, literacy, and science. Absolute Absolute, provider of network security solutions, is offering free access to Application Persistence for VPN for all of its Visibility and Control tier customers through August 31, 2020. Acessibyte Accessibyte Online is offering free access to its cloud platform of apps for blind, low vision, deaf and reading impaired students. ActivEd, Inc. Actively Learn This web-based reading platform aims to help students read deeply and think critically, offering thousands of texts and instructional aids in ELA, Science, and Social Studies. Breakout Edu Casio America, Inc.

Phrasal Verbs ESL Activities Games Worksheets ESL Phrasal Verbs Lesson - Reading, Writing, Matching and Speaking Activity - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 60 minutes This free phrasal verbs lesson helps students to learn and practice phrasal verbs with take, go, come and get. The lesson also helps students to understand what phrasal verbs are and how to use them. Give each student a copy of the lesson. Perfect Tense Game You can set this page as a homework task for a group of students; doing so will give you a record of who has completed the task. Visit the teacher's section for more information. You can share this page by using the link below. Updated January 2020 - changed 'been' to 'gone' in the first set of content, so that 'go' now matches to 'gone'. This is a mini-game for practicing perfect tense sentences in English. The game is divided into 3 parts. The sentences used in this game are arranged into 4 sets of content. The second set of phrases concerns life experiences - sentences that would answer 'have you ever x?' The third set concerns duration and how long you have done something for. The final set concerns phrases involving the words 'just', 'already' and 'yet'. The images used in this game are quite specific in nature. The game gives points for each correct answer and takes points for incorrect clicks.