Compréhension écrite autour d'une lettre à Judy Garland (25 mars) - Vidéo Langues vivantes Linda et Mélanie vous donnent des outils et des conseils pour aborder un texte en anglais lors de d'une épreuve de compréhension écrite. L'objectif du cours d'anglais Reading comprehension around a letter to Judy Garland How to develop reading strategies? 200+ Short Story Ideas… And How to Come Up With Your Own! We get it: writing prompts are an excellent resource, but you want to know how to come up with your own story ideas. Here are four of our go-to tricks when thinking of interesting things to write about. 1) People-watch: Hands down, this our favourite way to come up with story ideas. Writing Generators Generators to help with story creation, progression and completion, events, ideas and plot twists. Awkward Moments - Give the character some more mundane challenges in the form of embarrassing or awkard moments. First Encounter - Determine how or when your character's relationships were formed. Murphy's Law - Ruin your character's plans with the help of Murphy's Law; What can go wrong, will. Plot - Story ideas and basic outlines. Plot Devices - Important plot device, misleading red herring or mysterious MacGuffin?
Featured Post ⋆ Countries Updated The most popular page in WebEnglish.se is English Speaking Countries. This is very much due to the fact that students are let “go wild” on this page to find the resources they need for their projects. I have started updating these pages and will be done by the beginning of next term, at the latest. As I am working with them I would gladly take suggestions of other interesting countries that are not presented yet. When I first compiled the links, I thought that only intermediate students would be interested in the various English Speaking Countries apart from the UK and the US. Teenagers: Writing: Dictogloss An activity with a focus on communicating meaning and using correct grammar. This is a type of dictation, but I find my students don’t groan when we do it like this! Choose an interesting or amusing passage, with grammar and vocabulary items that your students are quite familiar with. Some unknown vocabulary is actually good, as they need to try to make sense of the ‘whole’ meaning.Read the passage out at normal speed twice.
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? A Range of Free, Downloadable, Writing Templates – EDTECH 4 BEGINNERS I’ve made some writing frames, which are completely free to download (just right click and ‘save image as’, or find high quality PDFs by clicking this link). I hope they are useful 1) Narrow lined paper template: 2) Medium lined paper template: 3) Postcard writing template:
A framework for planning a listening skills lesson In this article I intend to outline a framework that can be used to design a listening lesson that will develop your students' listening skills and look at some of the issues involved. The basic frameworkPre-listeningWhile listeningPost-listeningApplying the framework to a songSome conclusions The basic framework The basic framework on which you can construct a listening lesson can be divided into three main stages.
Create-a-Story By Craig Gill Age Range: 7 to 11 This resource can be used to help children who may lack ideas during creative writing lessons. It consists of four charts, which contain 81 characters, 81 places, 81 situations and 81 objects.