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The EFL Playhouse: Resources for ESL/EFL Teachers of Young Learners

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Teach Children ESL - Songs, Chants, and Action Rhymes FREE ESL Songs, Chants& Action Rhymes [To download the files, please click right-side mouse button on the "Download!" image and select "Save Target As..."] ESL Activities, Using English Songs, Music Activities for TEFL Teachers Fun Games For ESL - ESL Printable, Interactive Fun Games Pronunciation & Intonation: Teach English pronunciation using printable worksheets, IPA Charts, and more>> Speaking Activities: Using these worksheets, you can get a number of communicative activities going Reading Exercises -Printable Text Mazes, Reading Comprehension printable exercises Matching & Collocation Exercises- Printable Matching & Collocation Exercises

Three wishes - and how to make them come true! These wishes reflect three ingredients which are vital for teaching and learning success. Developing positive self-esteemFor children to 'be happy' cannot not refer to spheres of their lives over which we have no control, such as what may go on at home. Nevertheless, we can play a key role in developing children’s positive self-esteem during lessons. EFL / ESOL / ESL Educational Songs and Activities: Song Lyrics for Teaching English as a Second Language These EFL/ESOL/ESL lyrics are available from a variety of albums: Songs that Teach Conversational English and English Vocabulary Action Songs Around the World – Jack Hartmann Can You Move Like Me? – Caroline and Danny Circle of Friends Earlychildhood NEWS - Article Reading Center During circle time Luis rhythmically taps his fingers on his knees while Miss Pingry reads the story, The Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Marcy says, “Shhh. I can’t hear!” Meanwhile, Darla enthusiastically hugs her best friend.

Multiple intelligences Why do some students really enjoy working in groups whilst others are much more productive working alone? Why do some learners draw pictures in their vocabulary books while others seem to need to just hear a word to be able to use it themselves? Types of intelligence Finding your strengths In the classroom Linking learners to activity types Conclusion Träna mera – länktips Links to improve your skills in English Vocabulary Vocabulary for learners of English Lyricstraining BaBaDum Animal Nicknames This works best with intermediate to advanced kids (not so much english for the advanced ones) Before class make up a sheet of paper with all of the students names on it with a blank line next to each name. Include your own name also. Hand these out to the students in class. Then tell them to look carefully at each of their other students. Tell them that their job is to think of what kind of animal that each of the students resemble and why.

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