ESL Listening Comprehension Exercises: Movie clips to practice English SECTION 1: Movie Clips Learning through media (movies, music, etc.) is one of the best ways to learn a new language. The exercises below use movie clips to help you to better understand spoken English. Here's what you do: Click on the video you want to watch below.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and rewind the video.)Answer the listening comprehension questions below the video.Check your answers.
TESOL Event Detail - Self-Study: Teaching & Assessing Adult Learners - More About This Course Learn appropriate methods and techniques for teaching language skills, vocabulary, and grammar to adult learners, and understand the appropriate assessments you'll need to measure progress. In this course, you will learn: the principles of adult education techniques and methods for teaching language skills, vocabulary, and grammar to adult learners in ESL and EFL contexts assessment approaches and tools to evaluate student learning. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to: discuss the types of activities that support adult learners’ language acquisition identify the key elements of effective adult ESOL instruction use different types of assessment tools for evaluating learners’ proficiencies in various skill levels The course is divided into six modules, each with several tasks and a culminating activity: Note: Self-study courses do not count toward the TESOL Core Certificate Program (TCCP).
TED Talk Lesson Plans Image credit: ted.com Follow me on twitter @RobbioDobbio This is a lesson plan for C1+ students on the topic of bad habits based around a TED talk by Judson Brewer and an article from Yahoo Health. You can find the TED talk, students’ handout, reading text and teacher’s notes below: TED Bad habits sts copy – Students handout ESL Listening Websites Listening & Speaking Top Sites Speak English Fast Over 500 conversations on 26 topics with audio for intermediate learners ESL Conversations 1,500 conversations under 25 topics with audio for speaking practice ESL Fast A huge free online English learning site
14 free resources for ESL lesson planning I couldn’t teach without So you think you can TEFL? And it’s true, you’ve got the certificate, you’re fully qualified and all set to teach English abroad or even teach English online. You’ve got some lesson ideas under your belt. Zoo Animals Lesson Plan Notes: This lesson helps to build up animal vocabulary (especially if done after the Farm Animals lesson) and introduces the phrase "Let's go to ...". Lesson Procedure: Warm Up and Maintenance: "The Future" English Reading Exercise - Learn English Online Beginning English Lesson 16 - The Future Reading On This Page Read an article about the future. Answer reading comprehension questions about the article. Write about the future on our blog. Robots
Guide for New ESL Teachers: How to Teach English to Beginners By Camille Turner August 21, 2019 262 Shares Share Tweet Pin The idea of teaching English to beginners (who have little or no knowledge of English) can strike fear in the hearts of new TEFL teachers, especially if they don’t know the students’ language. Lesson Plan: Crime and Punishment Yay! It’s March! One of my fav seasons! I’m basically ticking off the days in my calendar until March 31 when we turn the clocks ahead and get more hours of daylight. In case you haven’t figured yet, I’m a sucker for bright sunny days. This lesson plan about Crime and Punishment has been on my to-make list for a long time.
Fun with Present Perfect! 5 Ways to Make Grammar Fun Let's face it, we're unlikely to catch our students sitting on the edges of their seats waiting for us to once again review that grammar point, relishing in its structure (and exceptions to the rule).No, we're more likely to get a 'we've done this before' or 'I want to move up now' response… March 22, 2017 Asking For and Giving Street Directions English Exercise Introduction: Anybody who has travelled to another country or city has got lost. Sometimes maps don't help, so you have to ask somebody for directions.
15 fun Present Perfect activities Here are fifteen fun ways to elicit, present and practise the Present Perfect. 1. Do you know your room? Students try to spot what you have changed in the room since last week, while they were having a break or while their eyes were closed. They can then take turns challenging each other. 2. Can […] Teaching Unplugged - Activities The subject you choose can literally be anything in the world but to start off think about the following: Chewing the fat! This is the true Dogme ELT approach. You don’t go in with your idea of the subject of the lesson but you take your lead from your group of students. Don’t be afraid to simply ask your students what they did at the weekend or how their journey was to class.
The Only English Phrasal Verbs Playlist You'll Ever Need - Lindsay Does Languages To help you learn phrasal verbs, I’ve put together a rather large playlist of songs that use phrasal verbs. Phew. That was a long sentence. I’ve put the playlist on YouTube because that way I could do my best to find lyric videos wherever possible to help you understand and spot the phrasal verbs! Are you ready for over 800 songs of phrasal verb goodness?