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Beautiful People - English4Good - Learn English with music
Do you need fresh material to work in the classroom? Here you’ll find great listening worksheets, like this one: “Beautiful People”, by Ed Sheeran. Ed Sheeran
Food I like/don't like
This lesson could be used either with beginners or as revision for learners in their second year of English. It starts with a review of food vocabulary, which can be adapted, and then learners will practise using the structure 'I like/don't like'. Learners then complete a simple survey by asking their classmates about their own food likes and dislikes.
Support for teachers and teacher educators
The British Council is committed to supporting the use of technology for the continuation of education in a crisis. As many teachers find themselves in an unfamiliar situation of having to teach their classes online, with little or no experience, the British Council TeachingEnglish website is committed to providing as much support as possible to help you navigate your way through the world of online teaching. Below is a list of initiatives that we are currently providing, or planning to provide in the coming weeks. Insights and research
English ESL past simple board game worksheets - Most downloaded (35 Results)
Simpsons Boardgame Daily Routine By Lili27 The game is played in groups from 2 to 4. Each player chooses one character (Lisa, Homer, Bart or Marge).The objective of the game is to ...
10 tools for effective peer feedback in the classroom - Ditch That Textbook
Providing feedback is an important skill. The ability to give meaningful feedback to our peers is even more powerful. Here are 10 tools for effective peer feedback in the classroom. As teachers, we strive to provide our students with quality feedback on their work. Getting feedback from their teacher is useful but getting feedback from their peers can be even more powerful. How can we begin to incorporate peer feedback into our classroom?
Total physical response - TPR
Where is it from? How can I use it in class? When should I use it? Why should I use it in the classroom?
7 Tips For Peer And Self-Assessment
Christina Brown Christina is an Art and Design Teacher in a London secondary school. In her third year of teaching, she has also just completed an MA in Art and Design in Education at The Institute of Education (University College London). Christina is also a practicing artist...
Populism erupts when people feel disconnected and disrespected
American society is riven down the middle. In the 2020 presidential election, 81 million people turned out to vote for Joe Biden, while another 74 million voted for Donald Trump. Many people came to the polls to vote against the other candidate rather than enthusiastically to support the one who secured their vote. While this intense polarization is distinctly American, born of a strong two-party system, the antagonistic emotions behind it are not.
Record a slide show with narration and slide timings
Turn on the Recording tab of the ribbon: On the File tab of the ribbon, click Options. In the Options dialog box, click the Customize Ribbon tab on the left. Then, in the right-hand box that lists the available ribbon tabs, select the Recording check box.