The Logical Song – A different look at the FCE Word Formation part – Get creative Lesson based on a song by Supertramp Level(s): (B2) Upper-Intermediate / (C1) Advanced Aimed at: Teenagers/young adults/adults Watch 66 Oscar-Nominated-and-Award-Winning Animated Shorts Online, Courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada I recently heard someone quip that proposals to cut the Academy Awards are tantamount to suggesting that the NFL trim down the Super Bowl. Certainly for many who would rather watch the former any day of the week, even the play-by-play of technical categories repays attention. Yet people who think of the Oscars as a major sporting event with big stars and blockbusters going head-to-head can still appreciate the show as more than spectacle.
Irregular Verb: Definition, Examples And List Of Irregular Verbs In English Irregular Verbs List! What are irregular past tense verbs? In English grammar there are many rules, and this applies when it comes to verbs. However, there are some verbs which do not conform to the usual rules and these are known as irregular verbs. There are many of them and it is important to remember them and how they work in order to create sentences that are grammatically correct. In this section, we will be looking at all the different irregular verbs so that you can commit them to memory and use them correctly.
Songs in the classroom – wrong lyrics – Get creative Levels: Any Aims: To listen for individual words/To make listening fun/To help the students make their own listening tasks Choose a song appropriate for your students´ level of English. All you need to do is to change some of the lyrics by inserting wrong words into a song. Students listen for the right words and put in as many corrections as they can hear. I have based this lesson idea on Rita Ora´s latest hit Anywhere.
Beautiful People - English4Good - Learn English with music Do you need fresh material to work in the classroom? Here you’ll find great listening worksheets, like this one: “Beautiful People”, by Ed Sheeran. Ed Sheeran Ed Sheeran (feat. Khalid) LA on a Saturday night in the summer 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:
Travel Through Deep Time With This Interactive Earth Earth is a planet defined by change, swinging through periods of intense heat and deep freeze even as oceans and continents are reshaped by the actions of plate tectonics. This constant reconfiguration has been a huge driver in the development of life on Earth. But scientists agree that human activity has now begun to influence the planet, changing the climate and drastically altering surface conditions. Understanding how humans are affecting Earth’s system requires a better grasp on the natural cycles and events that have shaped our planet through deep time. Slide through the timeline above to explore how the globe has changed over seven major “snapshots” in our climate history, and to see how it might look in the far future.
An ESL Listening Lesson Plan Template I Had no Idea about How to Teach ESL Listening I’m always surprised when I get reader questions or talk to people preparing for their upcoming job interviews that they don’t know how to make a basic lesson plan. But, it’s not so crazy and I actually had no system of any sort until I took the CELTA course a few years back. After that course, I could recite the basic ESL listening lesson plan in my sleep! Thank you CELTA! (If anyone is interested in doing the CELTA course in Korea, you’ll need to see this post: Is it possible to do the CELTA in Korea?)
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Listening for key words in songs Submitted 16 years 7 months ago by admin. This is a fun activity which helps students listen out for key words. It's particularly useful for encouraging students to recognise familiar words even in difficult texts. This activity works well with all kinds of songs, and can be used to introduce a song, or simply as an enjoyable warmer or cooler.