Easter and the English lesson Angolos ötletek - 2013. március 16. Teaching holidays at the English lessons is my obsession. Once students get used to talking about topical events and holidays during the lessons, they start to get prepared for them. They like these topics as finally they get answer to some of their questions (what the origins of the holiday are, since when we celebrate it etc.) and they are interested in hearing how other nations celebrate certain holidays. Here are my suggestions for a lesson on Easter:To give students a basic knowledge about the holiday itself, here are some good sites to visit: - Infographics about Easter: - A presentation and other materials about the holiday.If you wish to make them practice the new words, here are some great printables:- word search activities: - Bunny- shaped word search.- Easter Hidden Picture—even if this one is for little kids, I am sure students of all ages enjoy this (PDF!)
rules The objective is to talk about the chores ONE of the characters (Lisa, Tom, Kate, Ben, and Jane) does and how often he/she does them. Make 4 or 5 groups. Give the following grid to each group: grid. Players can choose a character from the start but they can also change their minds while playing. Players can move forwards and backwards on the board. How Are You? Read the conversations below: Ken: Hello, My name's Ken. What's your name? How to Dress for a Job Interview Overview When interviewing for a job, it is always important to dress your best. The first thing an interviewer will notice will be how you look and what you’re wearing. You want to give a great first impression.
13 Fun Classroom Activities Using Technology Times have changed. Gone were the days when teachers deliver the same old lectures day after day. Now, everyone expects teachers to integrate engaging, educational and fun classroom activities using technology. Online Spinner Adjectives Click the wheel below to spin: You can customize your own spinner with your own labels using the tools below the spinner. You can save your spinner for later use by either copying the address from the browser or by using the sharing buttons embedded on this page. Spinner Home Customize This Spinner:
April 29, 1992 (Miami) by Sublime Lyrics (I don't know if you can, but can you get an order for Ons, that's O-N-S,Junior Market, the address is 1934 East Anaheim, all the windows areBusted out,... if he wants to) April 26th, 1992There was a riot on the streetsTell me where were you?You were sittin' home watchin' your TVWhile I was participating in some anarchyFirst spot we hit it was my liquor storeI finally got all that alcohol I can't affordWith red lights flashin', time to retireAnd then we turned that liquor store into a structure fireNext stop we hit, it was the music shop,It only took one brick to make the window dropFinally we got our own P.A.Where do you think I got this guitar that you're hearing today? (Call fire... respond Mobil station. Alamidos in Anaheim, it's uhh flaming up good) (Units be advised of an attempt 211 to arrest now at 938 Temple, 9-3-8Temple, many subjects with bats trying to get inside the CB's House, they're trying to kill him)
45 ways to avoid using the word 'very' Writers Write is your one-stop resource for writers. Use these 45 ways to avoid using the word ‘very’ to improve your writing. Good writers avoid peppering their writing with qualifiers like ‘very’ and ‘really’. ESL Lesson PLan: Movie/Film Extra Movie Activities: Crossword: Reviews movie vocabulary. Movie Cloze: Reviews movie vocabulary.
Growth Mindset Posters to Bring More Positivity to Your Classroom It’s easy to promote positive thinking and a can-do attitude in your classroom with these growth mindset posters. Each poster has an awesome message, reminding your students that mistakes are OK and hard work pays off. These posters are perfect for your school hallways or classroom. Get the full set of six posters right here. I can learn from my mistakes. Online Spinner Ninth class Click the wheel below to spin: left You can customize your own spinner with your own labels using the tools below the spinner. Virtual Puzzle - Museum of Tolerance New York The Museum of Tolerance New York was pleased to participate in the third annual NYC’s Respect for All (RFA) week from February 13th-17th, 2012. Citywide activities and events during this week promoted tolerance, diversity, and respect for all. During RAF week, all students who visited the MOTNY were asked to participate in the creation of a Respect for All puzzle. Students were given their own puzzle piece and asked to write what they feel makes them unique, be it cultural background, personal strengths or future aspirations.
Differences Between American and British English By Kenneth Beare While there are certainly many more varieties of English, American English and British English are the two varieties that are taught in most ESL/EFL programs. Generally, it is agreed that no one version is "correct" however, there are certainly preferences in use. The three major differences between between American and British English are: Pronunciation - differences in both vowel and consonants, as well as stress and intonation Vocabulary - differences in nouns and verbs, especially phrasal verb usage Spelling - differences are generally found in certain prefix and suffix forms
Speakeasy - Easy Going The Tower of London is surrounded by a sea of red poppies to commemorate the 888,246 British and Colonial dead during the First World War. The ceramic poppies were “planted” from 4 August, 100 years from the beginning of the war, till 11 November, the day when the final Armistice is commemorated. Here you can see Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha visiting the installation with a "Beefeater". On this video you can see how the artists made the poppies. There is a great photo gallery of the poppies. The British Legion is the organisation that makes remembrance poppies.