Speech Bubbles Photo stock libre Public Domain Pictures.net created by Bobek Ltd. Copyright 2007 - 2015 by Bobek Ltd. Registered in England and Wales No. 5951382 Public Domain Pictures.net created by Bobek Ltd. Copyright 2007 - 2015 by Bobek Ltd. Registered in England and Wales No. 5951382 June 2012 One of the most valuable things a teacher can do for students is to help them identify resources for learning outside of class. If students can make a personal—even emotional—connection to material, they will go beyond what is required in an ESOL course in their study of English because it has become enjoyable, not just necessary. I knew I hit the jackpot when students begged to watch another episode of Fox Broadcasting Company’s hit musical comedy-drama Glee. For my advanced-level college students, I had created a listening log together with pre- and postviewing classroom activities on the first episode, titled “Pilot,” which originally aired in 2009. I use the term listening log to describe a series of tasks completed individually by students outside of class while watching the episode.
The Teacher's Corner - Librarians The Teacher's Corner Librarians This indicates resources located on The Teacher's Corner. "Camp Out in the Library"The students enjoy this activity very much and it encourages them the importance of reading, learning and traveling through books. Submitted by: Wendy Nieto - Dorado, Puerto Rico Classroom Timers - Fun Timers Online-Stopwatch Classroom Timers and Fun Timers Welcome to our amazing Classroom Timer Section! untitled Introduce your students to the imagination and mystique of Greek mythology while teaching concepts of cause and effect with this no prep and easily extendable lesson. The heroism and tragedy of Greek myths make them perfect springboards into a variety of writing and philosophical elements for elementary children. However, their complexity can make prep a chore. Save time for yourself with this completely prepared presentation – all you have to do is open and run the slideshow on your interactive whiteboard or computer.
Dinosaur Coloring Pages Raawr! Dinosaur coloring pages are here! T-rex, Triceratops, STEGOSAURUS (...) coloring pages PDF One of the more fun things with dinosaurs is we don't and can't know what color they were (I would like mine pink thank you) so there is no going wrong when coloring these.These are just some of the kids favourite dinosaurs - tyrannosaurus, triceratops, brontosaurs and stegosaurus. School Start 7-9 ⋆ WebEnglish.se Check also New Teacher Introductions in Teach by Calendar August 19th Warm-up Welcome to a New School Year (4:27) Video clip with powerful messages to live up toBack to School Expectations Vs. Reality! (4:54) A funny vlog by a high-schooler to show what to expect of the school yearEMINEM GOES BACK TO HIGH SCHOOL (6:06) Eminem tells about his years at schoolKid President’s Pep Talk (3:54) Motivational video for students and teachers alike
New York Public Library's 100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know Description: Around 2005 the NYPL created this popular list - it includes many classic stories from the 30s to the 2000'sThis list is publicly viewableLast updated: June 5, 2013, 10:47 pm Showing 20 of 93 items ( 15 currently available - Show Me )Sort by: List/Print View Book Abuela (1991) Dorros, Arthur. Call number: E DOR Added to list on June 5, 2013, 10:31 pm There are no copies currently available, 1 request on 2 copies ABC (2003) Munari, Bruno. Free with No Registration Required 2 reasons crosswords will not generate: 1. You have an "Impossible List". OR 2. Exhausted Browser Memory
untitled Intercultural communication The report is now online and can be downloaded from the British Council website. E-learning offers many new pedagogic opportunities as well as challenges but while it has grown in prominence, it is still far from a normalised part of English Language Teaching (ELT). Similarly, the importance of the cultural dimension in ELT has also gained in importance. AUTUMN LEAVES It may be a little bit late to post these autumn leaves, but they are worth it. I saw the initial idea in my child’s creche. It took me some time to perfect the pattern and the instructions. You will need: colored printer sheets, a pair of scissors, a pencil and some glue. Are you a Good Language Learner? In this post-method era, when so many approaches and methods to language teaching have come and gone, where reflective teachers are no longer thinking in terms of which ‘label’ to follow or which apostle to bow to, it has become more and more evident that TEFL needs to stop contemplating its own navel and turn to general education theories and principles of learning, to reflect on thinking skills, cognitive abilities and the learners’ emotional make up, to embrace technology as a tool and not as the panacea for all ills. In this context, good learner studies conducted in the late 70’s and 80’s have become much more relevant and worth revisiting. Many of the studies were conducted in Canada, with notable names and studies listed below in a sample bibliography. photo taken by Marisa Constantinides at CELT Athens Good Language Learners …