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Podcast - Luke's ENGLISH Podcast

Podcast - Luke's ENGLISH Podcast
November 06, 2013 01:11 PM PST Hello! Luke's English Podcast has moved to a new location. CLICK HERE to visit the new location. You can't listen to episodes on this page (podomatic) any more but don't worry, the podcast is still alive, and now I upload episodes here. You can still listen to all your favourite episodes of Luke's ENGLISH Podcast by clicking here.

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Sounds: The Pronunciation App Practise, practise, practise! Work how you want to work – practise listening, reading, speaking and writing. Interactive phonemic chart Tap on a symbol to hear the sound, or tap and hold to hear an example word. Vocabulary Wordlists Listen to English - learn English! - The podcast website for people learning English This is one of the school meals which Martha Payne photographed for her blog. She had carrot soup, pasta with meat and vegetables and more carrot, and yoghurt. Today we visit Scotland, to find out what a Scottish schoolgirl thinks of her school meals. Hopelink Adult Education - Lesson Planning Ideas If your browser does not support current web standards you will not be able to view this page as it was designed. Please consider upgrading to a standards-compliant version. Allow several hours for planning, especially if you are new to tutoring. Decide what skill you will teach, keeping in mind your student's competency levels, goals, and interests.

Get Photo-News with the PhotoVerse App Last week, the developers of an iPhone/iPad app contacted me about using my RSS feed to pull content for their new application. It’s a pretty cool idea, so I said “go for it!” PhotoVerse collects photography related news and blog posts like any RSS reader, and makes it handy for anybody interested in photography to keep up on their reading while also allowing them to share the articles on social media networks. In essence, it’s a preloaded feed reader just for the photography nuts. The developers also asked me if I would like to test out the application… but I’m on Android, so no luck.

Podcasts In English ►Go to travelogues Follow the pie team on their travels and learn English along the way ►Go to pie plus Our monthly magazine with news, videos, information worksheets and our monthly competition. Teaching listening – example lesson world cup This post was inspired by a listening lesson I did twice with two different elementary level 1-1 students last week. It is based on the listening from Breaking News English which you can find here. I decided to do something different from what the lesson plan on the website suggested, and devise my own procedure, taking into account the 15 listening tips I wrote about last month: “Planning a listening lesson – 15 tips”, which try to take you beyond the standard CELTA approach.