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Multi-level English Learning with Voscreen - Help Me To Improve My English 208 views I discovered a new method for ESL learning. It has five main levels (voSteps): BeginnerElementaryIntermediateUpperAdvanced And, there are lots of structures: Am, Is, Are; Can; Present Continuous; Relative Clauses; Imperatives; Modals; etc. Sixteen languages are available: Albanian, Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bosnian, Croatian, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian.

Movie Segments for Warm-ups and Follow-ups I really liked this movie. I was intrigued by the content of the bag. It was a surprise to me. Band auditions Boy: Ah, band auditions. Great! I’d love to be in a band! ... Five-Minute Film Festival: Virtual Field Trips The dog days of summer are upon us; now is the time when all the other activities have run out. Whether you're a parent looking to entertain bored, overheated children, or a teacher already brainstorming ways to break down the four walls of your classroom in the fall, how about taking a virtual field trip? As edtech writer Audrey Watters argues, real-life field trips offer enriching experiences that virtual ones can't, but resources are not always available for in-person trips. Besides -- virtual trips can take you places that wouldn't be logistically possible in the real world.

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Why The Key Character In 'Inside Out' Is The One Who Isn't There : Monkey See Riley is on her own in Inside Out. Pixar hide caption itoggle caption Pixar The science of ‘Inside Out’: 5 TED-Ed Lessons to help you understand the film Inside Out, Pixar’s latest animated masterpiece, is not only an emotional rollercoaster, but also a vehicle for some solid scientific storytelling. Of course, the film can’t be taken literally, as it’s a visual interpretation of abstract concepts: memories are not spheres, and the train of thought is not … actually a train. To help clarify the trickier science, we’ve rounded up 5 TED-Ed Lessons that explain some of the neuroscience and psychology introduced in the film. Memories drive both the plot of Inside Out and most of the inner workings of Riley’s brain. But how do our brains actually store them for later retrieval?

ELLLO Archives Lesson Archive Views Listen as speakers from around the world discuss various topics. Students can listen to the audio, read the script, take a quiz, and learn vocaulary. Over 1400 Free Lessons! Recent Audio Lessons 1501 to more recent 1401 - 1450 | 1451 - 1500 1301 - 1350 | 1351 - 1400 1279 - 1300 An Animated Ode to What a Dog Can Teach Us About the Meaning of Life By Maria Popova “Because of the dog’s joyfulness,” Mary Oliver wrote in her exquisite Dog Songs, “our own is increased. It is no small gift.” Dogs have inspired literature, been muses to art, and garnered the label of “genius.” But the true gift of Dog — the gentle and ineffable essence of dogness — remains precisely that capacity for unselfconscious joyfulness. In a world obsessed with productivity, Dog might be our greatest gateway to pure presence.

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