CyberClasses: Pronunciation: The tone group Introduction The tone group is the unit of intonation in English. When you speak, you can play with your voice to convey meaning. You can go up or down, up and down, or down and up. CALLIHOO Writing Helps Character Feelings You can describe your character's feelings in more exact terms than just "happy" or "sad." Check these lists for the exact nuance to describe your character's intensity of feelings. SF Characters | SF Items | SF Descriptors | SF Places | SF EventsSF Jobs/Occupations | Random Emotions | Emotions List | Intensity of Feelings
Skills: teaching English intonation By Jim Scrivener Many teachers find intonation difficult to teach. As a result they may avoid it. But intonation can be fun to work with - and it can make other language areas such as grammar easier to teach. Here are some ideas. Commonly Confused Words Commonly Confused Words (printable version here) Words that sound alike or nearly alike but have different meanings often cause writers trouble. Here are a few of the most common pairs with correct definitions and examples: ACCEPT-to receive ex: He accepts defeat well.
ESL pronunciation and intonation lesson plans, Phonics, phonetic IPA Follow these links descriptions to over 3000 free resources for ESL Lesson plans Board games: Teach and practice English grammar and structure in a communicative way. Grammar worksheets- Teach & practice grammar lessons with these worksheets Vocabulary Worksheets: Teach Vocabulary with carefully planned worksheets Basic English Grammar Course - Free Online Test Still not sure whether or not The Basic Cozy Grammar Course is the right course for you? Please feel free to take this test. If you can correctly answer all, or most, of the questions on this test, you likely don't need this basic course and should look toward a more advanced grammar course. I Underline the nouns in the following sentences. 1.Mary told the gardener about the flowers. 2.Night sank upon the dusky beach and on the purple sea. 3.Above the altar in the chapel John saw a beautiful picture. II Underline the pronouns in the following sentences. 1.I saw him with her. 2.Mary says she found it. 3.Have you seen them today? 4.They left us at the depot.
Speech Sound Disorders: Articulation and Phonology: Assessment Screening Screening is conducted whenever a speech sound disorder is suspected or as part of a comprehensive speech and language evaluation for a child with communication concerns. The purpose of the screening is to identify those who require further speech-language/communication assessment or referral to other professional services. Screening typically includes English Games and Activities for 3 year olds - ESL Games and Activities - eslHQ i also teach this age group for 30 minutes once a week (I have 15 different classes) I have found that generally there attention span is about 5-7 minutes. And I have found that using repitition in my activities is great also so I do the same activity every other week as the first time I do it they are just figuring it out and understanding directions and the second time they typically understand the activity better and put the vocab into their memory instead of trying to figure out my directions!!
English Pronunciation We use Cisco wireless in all our buildings for convenient and immediate online access. You will need the following for the files below: English Pronunciation/Listening We use the popular Can8 VirtuaLab for all our digital language lab programs. 20 more awesomely untranslatable words from around the world If only you could use these words in Scrabble. Photo: Jeremy Mates When linguists refer to “untranslatable” words, the idea is not that a word cannot somehow be explained in another language, but that part of the essence of the word is lost as it crosses from one language to another. This often is due to different social and cultural contexts that have shaped how the word is used. In the novel Shame, Salman Rushdie’s narrator suggests: “To unlock a society, look at its untranslatable words.” Here are 20 words that don’t translate directly into English; what may these words tell us about the societies in which they come from?