Warmers, fillers & coolers Warmers Below is a list of warmer/cooler/filler/game activities in no particular order. If you have any warmers you'd like to add to the list then please send them to via the Contact page Aims: - to introduce a theme - to relax stds after a hard day's work - to wake stds up after a hard night - to wait for late arrivals - to provide a break in the lesson - to provide humour - to provide oral fluency practice - to finish the lesson on a light note 1. Conversation Questions for the ESL/EFL Classroom If this is your first time here, then read the Teacher's Guide to Using These PagesIf you can think of a good question for any list, please send it to us. Home | Articles | Lessons | Techniques | Questions | Games | Jokes | Things for Teachers | Links | Activities for ESL Students Would you like to help? If you can think of a good question for any list, please send it to us. If you would like to suggest another topic, please send it and a set of questions to begin the topic.
Behavior vs Deed - What's the difference? Alternative forms * behaviour (everywhere except US) * (l), (l), (l), (l) Noun (en-noun) (uncountable) Human conduct relative to social norms. (uncountable) The way a living creature behaves or acts generally. Monthly topical news lessons Monthly news lessons are sourced from The Guardian, onestopenglish's principal news partner, and include topical news items with worksheets for you to use in class. The lessons in this section are available at pre-intermediate/intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced levels. All the articles are from the Guardian, onestopenglish's principal news partner. As well as using the language exercises which accompany each article, you can exploit these news texts in a number of ways: as extra reading, especially for advanced students;by asking students to compare the political slant of different news organizations;as a way to start projects on the issues covered, etc. Please note: All news lessons are available on the site for a full year from the date of publication.
101 Conversation Starters (Also see How to Start a Conversation) Ice Breakers Where did you grow up? ESL warm-up activities and time fillers – 34 fun ways to start a class ESL warm-up activities are essential in the English classroom. Students may be tired or have other things on their minds and diving straight into a textbook or grammar explanation can be quite jarring. With a good warmer you can put your students into English mode; attentive, interested and ready to participate. A warmer can also serve to review language from a previous lesson or prime the class for a new topic. Teaching Online
A/an and the - English Grammar Today - Cambridge Dictionary A/an and the are articles. They are a type of determiner and they go before a noun. A/an before a noun shows that what is referred to is not already known to the speaker, listener, writer and/or reader (it is the indefinite article): Do you have a car? Learn English Sentence Master – Alkalmazások a Google Playen Learn English and grammar free by ordering the words to form correct sentences and sayings. Sentence Master is a fun and educational game for kids and English language students of all ages who want to learn English and improve their language skills in a more entertaining way. How do you play? It’s easy. The game consists of putting the scrambled words from each level in order to form a correct sentence and learn English in a fun way. (Beginner, skilled, professional, expert, sayings.)
List of 40 FREE Educational Websites According to webometrics, there are more than 17 000 universities, but getting a degree in many of them is quite costly. Many students around the world(and their families) get into big debt or have to work over sixty hours a week in order to afford an education. Two thirds of the US college seniors who graduated in 2011 had student loan debt, with an average of over 27 000 USD per person. Reading those statistics I can't stop thinking about those words from over 30 years ago: "With mass education, it turned out that most people could be taught to read and write. In the same way, once we have computer outlets in every home, each of them hooked up to enormous libraries, where you can ask any question and be given answers, you can look up something you're interested in knowing, however silly it might seem to someone else." – Isaac Asiov
Sentence Transformations B1 (Egzamin Ósmoklasisty: parafraza zdań) – Atena Juszko, ELT Editor This is the second in a series of photocopiable resources specially written for students taking the Grade 8 exam in Poland (Egzamin Ósmoklasisty). This time, the focus is on key word sentence transformations. It’s impossible to predict what’s going to be in the exam, but having analysed a number of exams and tests at B1 level, I’ve identified structures and phrases that are tested most often.