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Literacy Printables

Literacy Printables
Flash Card PrinterFast creation of flash cards and game cards from word lists. WordsearchCreate word searches. 100s of word lists available. Picture CardsCreate word and picture cards for literacy and other activities Picture BingoCreate bingo (lotto) games using word lists and pictures Letter MashCreate scanning activities with text, keyboard symbols and dingbats Word ScramblerCreates anagram worksheets from word lists Handwriting 3Super fast handwriting practice text creation Word BingoGenerate bingo cards from word lists Handwriting 1Print tracing sheets to support pre-writing activities. Word Outline CreatorCreate word outline blocks from word lists Word WallPrint graffiti word walls from word lists Onset and Rime TilesMake and customise interlocking onset and rime cards Alphabetical OrderQuickly generate alphabetical order worksheets from word lists. I Have, Who Has?Create I Have, Who Has? Related:  English

Language Myths | Grammarphobia The Living Dead The house of grammar has many rooms, and some of them are haunted . Despite the best efforts of grammatical exorcists, the ghosts of dead rules and the spirits of imaginary taboos are still rattling and thumping about the old place. It’s no longer considered a crime to split an infinitive or end a sentence with a preposition, for example, but the specters of worn-out rules have a way of coming back to haunt us. In the interest of laying a few to rest, let’s dedicate to each a tombstone, complete with burial service. (For more about these and other language myths, check out our books.) Let Bygone Rules Be Gone TOMBSTONE: Don’t split an infinitive. R.I.P. The truth is that the phrase “split infinitive” is misleading. A sentence like that sounds natural because in English, the best place for an adverb (like discreetly) is right in front of the word it describes (mention). Sometimes, rearranging the words to avoid a “split” can be ridiculous. R.I.P. R.I.P. R.I.P. R.I.P. R.I.P.

1000s FREE Primary Teaching Resources & Printables - EYFS, KS1 and KS2 - SparkleBox 1000s FREE Primary Teaching Resources & Printables - EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Euro 2016 Football - June 10 to July 10Fathers Day (global) - Sunday, June 19thUS Independence Day - Monday, July 4thEid ul-Fitr - Tuesday, July 5thRio Olympics - Friday August 5 to Sunday August 21Fathers Day (Australia and New Zealand) - September 6thHallowe’en - Saturday, October 31stBonfire Night - Thursday, November 5thRemembrance Day - November 11thDiwali - Wednesday, November 11thThanksgiving - Thursday, November 26thSt Andrew’s Day - Wednesday, November 30thHanukkah - December 24th to January 1stChristmas - Saturday, December 25thNew Year’s Day - Friday, January 1stBurns’ Night - Wednesday, January 25thAustralia Day - Thursday, January 26th Earth Day - Friday, April 22nd St George’s Day - Saturday, April 23rd Anzac Day - Monday, April 25thMothers Day (global) - Sunday, May 8th

Wordsearch Generator Print Word Searches from your wordlists - choose from hundreds of word lists, edit them or create your own. Word Searches are randomly regenerated each time a setting is changed - a new Word Search with the same settings can be created by clicking the Refresh Grid button. Click the Resize button to change the overall size of the Word Search Grid - sizes from 7 to 30 square are possible. Choose various word layout options and from a range of font styles including cued handwriting fonts and bubble fonts for tracing. If the Print Answer Sheet option is checked - two pages will be printed including a completed Word Search for marking or reference. Note: All new word list submissions have to be moderated before they appear on the site - make sure you print or download word searches made with new lists before leaving. Add an idea for this particular printable or report a mistake on it. These A4 downloads were created by saving as PDF.

Apps útiles: Apps para recordar y comprender 1 Apps para recordar y comprender En la parte inferior de este apartado te presentamos una serie de herramientas útiles para la creación de artefactos digitales de actividades (que pretenden que el alumno recuerde y comprenda) tales como: English File English File Picture Bank A resource to help you present and practise the key structures in New English File. You can use the pictures to make flashcards or copy them onto the board. Practical English mini-phrasebook A two-page PDF with all the YOU HEAR/YOU SAY language from the Practical English lessons – perfect for students who are travelling. Reading Texts Selected reading texts from the New English File Student’s Book as Word documents to adapt and use in your lessons. Crossword Maker Download adaptable New English File and English File third edition crosswords, or make your own to give your students fun vocabulary practice. Common European Framework of Reference Portfolio The main aim of the Language Portfolio is to present language qualifications and learning experiences in a clear way. Common European Framework of Reference Mapping These documents map New English File and English File third edition to the CEFR. UK ESOL Guides End-of-lesson Coolers Extra lesson ideas and resources.

Herramientas AICLE: Uso de herramientas TIC para transformación y diseño de contenidos AICLE 5 Uso de herramientas TIC para transformación y diseño de contenidos AICLE Para crear actividades interactivas con las que trabajar la competencia digital: ClassTools: permite la creación de juegos y actividades educativas a golpe de unos pocos clics, pero además contiene una herramienta llamada Virtual Book para crear libros virtuales online, fácil y rápida de usar.LyricsGaps: repositorio de actividades para trabajar la destreza de comprensión oral basadas en canciones para diversas lenguas.LyricsTraining: plataforma social con un gran abanico de canciones y actividades sobre las mismas a distintos niveles, desde fácil a muy difícil, con posibilidad de embeberlas en nuestros propios espacios web y customizar el tipo de juego por parte del propio usuario.

Gonzo: A Graphic Biography of Hunter S. Thompson by Maria Popova Fear and loathing in six panels. The past few years have given us some stellar graphic nonfiction, lending the comic book genre to “grown-up” storytelling ranging from photojournalism to media history to biography. Gonzo: A Graphic Biography of Hunter S. Thompson offers exactly what it says on the tin, and does so brilliantly — an uncommon biography of legendary iconoclastic author (and garden fence expert) Hunter S. Thompson, revered as the father of Gonzo journalism and reviled as an addict, a bum, a liar, a thief, a sociopath, a hedonistic outlaw. Hope-Smith tells The Wall Street Journal: Visually, the trick was to not shy away from the ‘Fear and Loathing Hunter.’ Thanks, Kirstin Donating = Loving Bringing you (ad-free) Brain Pickings takes hundreds of hours each month. You can also become a one-time patron with a single donation in any amount: Brain Pickings has a free weekly newsletter. Share on Tumblr

Blog de TIC en Lenguas Extranjeras The Official News Magazine for ESL Collaborative Learners The ESL Times es un proyecto colaborativo para docentes y estudiantes de inglés como segunda lengua capitaneado por profesores de inglés de varios niveles: Manuel López Caparrós, Diego Ojeda, Julián Sanz Mamolar, Anna Sorolla y Mª Jesús García San Martín. Se trata de un proyecto colaborativo en red con el que realizar entre todos una revista o periódico digital en lengua inglesa. Está abierto a la participación de cualquier nivel educativo. En el propio blog del proyecto se ofrece un documento de ayuda para participantes, pautas bilingües para convertirse en un buen periodista colaborativo, así como un formulario de inscripción y varios badges para los colaboradores. Lo que busca este nuevo proyecto colaborativo en la red son reporteros intrépidos que hablen, escuchen, lean, y escriban en inglés. Este publicación colaborativa favorece el trabajo en las cuatro destrezas de la lengua: reading, listening, speaking, writing.

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