PRACTICE WITH PRESENT PERFECT TENSE 1TH PERIOD Let’s focus on different activities related to the topic of our first period “The Present perfect Tense”, so that you can increase your knowledge about this topic. Let’s begin! Go to next links to practice on different activities Watch and listen the video about singing cats and develop the activity 1,2 and 3Listen to the dialogue congratulations and develop the activity 24Listen to this song and complete its lyric Read this article and answer the questions Develop the activities A and B about the reading “A 5 year old bungee jumper” All at C Take an occasionally controversial singer out of a short, self-imposed retirement, give her a Keane song to cover, add a bear, a hare and a beautifully crafted Christmas cartoon, mix with some activities focussing on listening, speaking and vocabulary development, and you have our Christmas lesson plan for this year. Click here for the Teacher’s Notes. For our second tea-themed post this month, we have another break-up, but this time all is well as there’s a cuppa at hand for the spurned lover.
Lesson Plan Theme: Documentaries & Media Literacy POV has featured a number of films that are ideal for introducing students to documentaries and media literacy. This collection offers educators a range of our most popular accompanying content, produced in response to requests from educators – from web features to discussion guides, lesson plans and reading lists. Note: Lesson plans are accompanied by streaming video clips. Lesson Plans Introducing Documentaries to Your Students: 7th-12th Grades:This lesson helps students understand that documentaries are a type of storytelling that explores factual stories and issues using film or video. Combining Ideas to Write Descriptive Paragraphs Descriptive paragraphs are used when writing essays, providing reports, working on prose and so on. Intermediate level English students can generally construct well-written sentences. The challenge lies in combining those sentences into well-formed paragraphs. Writing well constructed paragraphs is the corner-stone of good English written style.
Seven Best Short Films to Introduce Values - Kieran Donaghy In an increasingly hyper-competitive and individualised world where isolation and loneliness are more and more prevalent, the role of universal values such as altruism, authenticity, community, compassion, creativity, determination, fairness, honesty, generosity, kindness, optimism, respect, responsibility, self-respect, tolerance, and wisdom in education is becoming increasingly important. Short films are a wonderful and engaging medium through which to introduce values into the classroom and to encourage students to reflect on values. How to Become a Better Person How to Become a Better Person created by Tracy Foster for The School of Life is a lovely animation which explores the values and virtues important in the modern world.
by Jamie Keddie Mis-images - Lessonstream.org I’ve always been fascinated by misunderstandings. Rather than being moments of communicative failure, they can draw our attention to details of language that we have never thought about before. In other words, we can learn from them. And importantly, every misunderstanding provides us with a story to tell. This activity deals with a specific type of miscommunication – one that I refer to as a mis-image
Home Page - First Certificate Writing The student must write 140-190 words. There are basically 3 types of letters: Letter of complaint (formal)Job application letter (formal)Asking for information Continue reading This is an example of a multiple-choice question in part 1 of the exam. How to Use Authentic Tasks with Video in the Classroom « Cecilia Nobre ELT Blog I love authentic video! A lot has been said about its use as a classroom tool and I couldn’t agree more. Videos are fun, engaging and they can provoke the most exhilarating reactions. On the other hand, in my opinion, the way to approach authentic videos has yet to be properly developed. We teachers should aim to use video as if it were being watched outside the classroom. Make it relevant to our students’ daily lives. The Seven Best Short Films for ELT Students - Kieran Donaghy I’ve been writing lesson plans designed around short films for my website Film English for six years. Teachers often ask me how I find the short films I use in my lesson plans. The answer is quite simple: I’ve watched literally thousands of short films and developed an instinct for the type of engaging and simple short films which will work in the ELT classroom.
Common English Mistakes Two hundred Common English mistakes are listed below. Can you see where the errors are, and how you should correct them? Please watch the accompanying English lessons in order to check your answers. TED TALKS: “ONE SIZE FITS ALL” You are a good teacher. You work tirelessly to inspire creativity and motivation in your students. The list of bookmarked TED-videos in your computer is longer than the Great Wall of China. But you won’t have the time to design lesson plans with worksheets and handouts around these videos. If it is so, this post will come in handy.