Men vs. Women: gender gap, gender roles - Absolutenglish Here are a few resources and activities I have recently used in class as part of a lesson on Gender Gap and gender Roles. * The lesson starts with a sentence to punctuate. woman without her man is nothing I usually just write the words on the board and ask the students to think about it and do it in their exercise book first, then they come to the board to punctuate, in turn. English Books Daily #textbooks@create_your_english#communicative_course@create_your_english#professional_english@create_your_englishArmer Tamzen. Cambridge English for Scientists. (SB + TB + Audio)Cambridge English for Scientists develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of science students and professionals, enabling them to communicate more confidently and effectively in their work or study environment.Expand text… Uniquely, this course focuses on both spoken and written communication, with each of the ten units relating to a case study based on real, published research.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: The Do's and Don'ts of Body Language in Public Speaking If I were to ask you, of all the time you put into preparing a speech, presentation or any other public speaking event, how much of that time is spent on practicing and preparing your body language, most would say very little. The majority of your time would be spent on preparing the content for the event – collecting the information, synthesizing it and building the proverbial PowerPoint. Likewise, when we practice, we typically practice what we’re going to say, not necessarily how we’re going to say it. Research suggests however, that our ability to communicate effectively to our audience and leave a lasting impression is more directly tied to our voice and body language – so much so that content, or words, ranks third amongst the three, playing only 7% of the role in communicating with people.
Adjective Clauses and Relative Pronouns Combine the two sentences. Change the underlined pronoun in the second sentence to a relative pronoun such as "that", "who", or "whose". Make sure your adjective clause immediately follows the noun it modifies, even if you have to break the main clause. After writing the sentences, listen to each correct sentence and repeat it after the speaker. 1. Downloadable lesson materials CrowdWish Level: B2/Upper Intermediate and up Skills: Speaking, reading and listening How to Use Online Video in Your Classroom It's one thing to talk about Mount St. Helens erupting in science class. It's another thing altogether to watch a video of the mountain's summit exploding into dust. Teachers all across the country are finding that judiciously chosen videos help students engage more deeply with the subject matter, and recall the information they've learned longer. "A lot of students these days expect information to be presented in a flashy, entertaining way, so videos can help draw them in," says Larry Sanger, executive director of WatchKnowLearn, a site that collects education-related videos.
Current Topics for English Conversation with partners and friends Skills Speaking Listening Selecting Subject & Object Pronouns: Rules & Examples Discover the difference and usefulness of two different types of pronouns. Learn how to use subject pronouns and object pronouns effectively in writing. Explore our library of over 10,000 lessons You just finished your first lesson. What is Interactive Teaching The first thing to realize about interactive teaching is that it is NOT something new or mysterious. If you are a teacher and you ask questions in class, assign and check homework, or hold class or group discussions, then you already teach interactively. Basically then (in my book), interactive teaching is just giving students something to do, getting back what they have done, and then assimilating it yourself, so that you can decide what would be best to do next. But, almost all teachers do these things, so is there more to it? To answer this question, one has to step away from teaching and think about learning. Over the last twenty years, the field of cognitive science has taught us a lot about how people learn.
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