Alike This ELT lesson plan is designed around a short film titled Alike by Pepe School Land. In the lesson students practise using alike, adjectives to describe character and routines, watch a short film, predict how the film will end and speak about the film. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2) Learner type: Teens and adults Time: 60 minutes 10 Sites Teachers Really Love 10 Sites Teachers Really Love (Sorry Admins) Though it’s the administrators’ job to steer the ship with regards to technology use in school, every teacher has their favorite edtech websites and apps they love to use with their students. After all, teachers are the ones who work most closely with their students and know which technology best meets the specific needs of their class. I’ve heard from many teachers over the years I’ve been writing this blog of new tech tools and their standby favorites. Here’s a list of some of teacher’s most talked about edtech websites and apps that might not yet be on your admins’ radars: *In no particular order
Top 20 free resources for learning logo design Whether you’re a total newbie or a seasoned pro, there’s always lots more to learn about logo design. But while the web is full of help and advice, most of it is repetitious, and tends to feature the same old tips over and over again. In this post, then, we’ve brought together 20 free resources that aren’t just carbon copies of each other. Teach English Writing: Videos Write Story Summaries Writing Skills: idea, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, organisation Short videos with interesting plots make great prompts for an ESL writing class. Here are 5 videos which can help students learn English writing skills. What makes a good video prompt?
How-To Create an Interactive Word Wall with #ScannableTech An Interactive word wall can transform spaces in your classroom. They provide a way for students to engage with content in an authentic matter and promote a sense of curiosity among your students. As a classroom teacher I used #ScannableTech in many different ways and wrote a book sharing ideas, tips and tricks for using this technology in the classroom. Travel and Sightseeing: Directions Through Town (1) Whether you are on a sightseeing trip through Europe or backpacking in Australia, finding your way around the city while on vacation can be difficult unless you know what to say. Understanding directions is a big part of this. Look at the expressions below and be sure to understand the meaning of the places on the map before you begin the listening activity: Listen by pressing the "Play Audio" button. Then, choose TRUE or FALSE for each sentence, which may be missing one or more words.
Gear Generator Animation: * Shift + Enter: Set RPM of the selected gear * Shift + Enter: modifies the Diametral pitch Display About Gear Generator is a tool for creating involute spur gears and download them in SVG format. The Other Pair This ELT lesson plan is designed around a short film by Sarah Zorik titled The Other Pair and the themes of altruism and empathy. Students watch a short film, write a story, and speak about a story. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free.
StoryMaker für Power Point Communication 4 All Resources to Support Inclusion This has opened in a separate window - just exit to return to the Literacy page. Comic Book Story Maker: click the image to download Also available Little Monsters Comic Book, Crazy Aliens Comic Book Healthy Eating Comic Book, Little Robots Comic Book and Greek Gods Comic Book Also available Blank version (add your own clip art) For sale, baby shoes, never worn: Hemingway probably did not write the famous six-word story. Photo by AFP/Getty Images Quote Investigator is a terrific website that examines the provenance of popular quotations, which, as you may have noticed, frequently get misattributed online. On Monday, the site’s proprietor, Garson O’Toole, looked into a six-word fiction supposedly written by Ernest Hemingway: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” David Haglund is a senior editor at Slate.