India: Maps, History, Geography, Government, Culture, Facts, Guide & Travel/Holidays/Cities One-third the area of the United States, the Republic of India occupies most of the subcontinent of India in southern Asia. It borders on China in the northeast. Other neighbors are Pakistan on the west, Nepal and Bhutan on the north, and Burma and Bangladesh on the east. The country can be divided into three distinct geographic regions: the Himalayan region in the north, which contains some of the highest mountains in the world, the Gangetic Plain, and the plateau region in the south and central part.
It’s a games games games games games games TEFLtastic world for kids- Flashcard and drilling games By the kind of happy coincidence that only happens once in a blog lifetime a reader has mentioned they are looking for some flashcard games (see Ana’s question below), a friend has asked me for some kids’ games for a workshop, and I happen to have all the ideas already written up for a book proposal I wrote a few years ago. Flashcard and Drilling Games Introduction One of the main reasons why parents and education authorities want children to start learning foreign languages early is so they can pick up correct pronunciation while their brains are still young. Especially at the younger ages, correction has little effect and children pick up correct pronunciation as they hear and use the language many times. The problem then is that children have short attention spans and can quickly become bored with doing the same thing again until they get it right.
Welcome to Immigration Did You Know? Emigrant and immigrant are related words Learn more The invention of steamships transformed immigration Learn more Most of the immigrants who came to America through Ellis Island were from eastern and southern Europe. India Lessons, Worksheets and Activities Home > A to Z Resources > Theme: India India aka the Republic of India is located in South Asia. It's an extremely populated country with more than 1.2 billion people. Cultural Differences - AlienTeachers has moved to www.alienteachers.wordpress.com - Once they have done this in their groups pair the students up and have them share their information with one person from the other group before creating a master list on the board. - Put the students back in their groups and have them discuss what we can learn from these tips about how Korean people view foreigners and what type of foreigners these tips seem to be aimed for. - Now ask the students what they think about the language used to give advice, would they have phrased any of the advice differently?
Classroom Materials » UUEG Teacher-Created Worksheets contributed by ESL/EFL teachers everywhere Azar-Hagen Grammar Series: Understanding and Using English Grammar, 4th edition Our Teacher-Created Worksheets were contributed by fellow teachers. Worksheets are available as Word documents or PDF files. You may download, reproduce and adapt the material to suit your classroom needs. “I hope you will share materials you have created for your own teaching as a way of helping other teachers.”
What makes a hero? - Matthew Winkler The Hero Archetype in Literature, Religion, and Popular Culture: (along with a useful PowerPoint presentation teachers can download at this URL: )Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction (users embark on their own hero's journey): American Masters Lesson from PBS for Teachers on George Lucas, the Power of Myth, and the Hero's Journey: an interactive approach to the Hero's Journey: of course, information about Joseph Campbell's works on the subject, on the Joseph Campbell Foundation site:The Hero With A Thousand Faces Hero's Journey (semi-biographical film): the stories of (a) Odin hanging from the world tree, Yggdrasil, (b) the Buddha seated under the Bodhi Tree, and (c) the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Do all of these religious episodes follow the pattern of the hero’s journey? Find a comparable story from another continent. Does it follow the hero’s journey pattern?Challenge the paradigm.
Diwali In each set there are a number of resources for whole class work, small groups and independent workers. There are symbol - supported stories, text onlystories, information sheets, recipes, crosswords, word searches and many more." group talk Top 5 tips to encourage Spontaneous Talk in the MFL classroom It seems like the ultimate challenge for the MFL teacher is to plan and create opportunities for spontaneous talk to occur in the target language. Greg Horton has developed Group Talk – ‘an award winning project to encourage students of MFL to use target language in an authentic and spontaneous way’. See video. 2011-2012 - 1ère LVA - Maus - Beginning of… - Jamie Oliver's… - Maus - Art… - Masterchef -… - Sex Predators!… - I'm the next Master… - Recording your… - Banksy + Imitating… - Banksy - Your… - Banksy - Is… - Drama - Your Parts - Who has the best… - Drama - Monday 6 february 2012 1 06 /02 /Feb /2012 18:45 - Posted in: 2011-2012 - 1ère LVA Hey guys, today we started a new sequence about cooking. I hope you will enjoy it! Here is your final task:
Compare & Contrast Map This interactive graphic organizer helps students develop an outline for one of three types of comparison essays: whole-to-whole, similarities-to-differences, or point-to-point. A link in the introduction to the Comparison and Contrast Guide give students the chance to get definitions and look at examples before they begin working. The tool offers multiple ways to navigate information including a graphic on the right that allows students to move around the map without having to work in a linear fashion. The finished map can be saved, e-mailed, or printed.
India country profile - Overview 1 April 2014Last updated at 09:17 ET The world's largest democracy and second most populous country emerged as a major power in the 1990s. It is militarily strong, has major cultural influence and a fast-growing and powerful economy. Gratitude: a free downloadable lesson A free downloadable lesson, based around an authentic video. Research shows that feeling grateful for what we have and the people in our lives is a key factor in feeling happy. The video shows a group of people carrying out a task designed to increase their happiness in this way. It’s quite moving. Suitable from Intermediate/B1+, the lesson starts with a short text to introduce the topic and get the students thinking about how people recognise and celebrate gratitude in their cultures.