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ESL resources - TEFL activities

ESL resources - TEFL activities

English to French, Italian, German & Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com elllo index Free ESL Fun Games & Interactive Exercises Online ESL Fun Games Online We provide a variety of interactive games and exercises for total esl fun. Our free ESL fun games here include : Snakes and Ladders, Hangman, Spelling games, Wheel of Fortune, TV Games(Betting Game), Mazes, Memory Games, Matching exercises, Sequencing exercises, Picture Quizzes and more. Follow the links below. Games, Puzzles, Videos for Children This site features tons of games and videos for children. Grammar Games & Exercises Games for Practising Grammar: Present simple/present progressive games, past tense games, present perfect games, comparative/Superlatives and more. (30 New Games Added!! Games for ESL Classroom Teaching Jeopardy Quiz Show, Billionaire, Show down and more. Vocabulary Games & Exercises Games for practising English vocabulary: Lots of games by topics and game types.(14 New Games Added) Revision Games Level 1 - 6 Games for reviewing what was learnt. Pronunciation Interactive Exercises Games to practice English pronunciation, phonetics and phonics.

English Language Centre Study Zone: Welcome! About the Study Zone The Study Zone is for students of the English Language Centre (ELC) at the University of Victoria. ELC teachers create the English language lessons and practice exercises. The site is designed for our adult English language learners, but all are welcome to read the lessons and use the exercises. News and Feedback The comments on the Study Zone blog have been great! Who visits Study Zone? This map shows the visitors to this page only. All levels: Grammar Index What do I do? First, choose your level. Study Zone is made up of levels. Where am I now? The menu at the top of each page tells you where you are. Teaching ESL to Adults 5 Minute English - ESL Lessons - Helping you learn English

English Tenses - Verb Tenses Resources Learning verb tenses is one of the most important tasks in any language learning. There are a number of resources at the site that will help you learn tense rules, practice using verbs in different tenses, read sample sentences in a variety of tenses, teach tenses in class, and more. For an overview of conjugation of all these tenses, use the tense tables or the visual guide to tenses for reference. Tense Use Rules - Explanations These explanation resources provide the rules for each tense, as well as examples of proper tense use. Present Simple Every day - When do you get up? Tense Use Rules - For Beginners These tense explanations cover basic tenses and are especially for beginners. Present Simple Present ContinuousPast SimplePast ContinuousPresent PerfectFuture with WillFuture with Going toModal Form Basics Tense Quizzes Once you understand the tense use, these quizzes will help you test your knowledge. Tense Review Tense Use Lessons These lesson plans can be used in your classes.

What's on your Bucket List? You are going tolisten to Oli Milroy talking about making a "bucket list"talk about future plans / dreams / targets / achievementspractise the future perfectTeacher's note; the gap-fill exercise can be done before the listening. Students try to fill in the spaces and then listen to check their answers. 1) Discuss What are your plans for the future? A bucket list is a list of things to do before you die. 2) Listen"Bucket List" Listen to Oli Milroy. What 3 questions does he ask at the beginning? Fill in the gaps below with a word. Printable worksheet here Answers to questions above - highlight belowTo push himself out of his comfort zone and learn something new about himself- Do you know yourself? 3) Discuss Do you agree with Oli? 4) SpeakThe Future Perfect What is te future perfectHow do we make it? 5) Practise Make your own bucket list. In 12 months I will have...By the time I'm 30 I will have... 6) Listen and read Here's a song by Nelly Furtado called "Bucket List". - James Cameron

Great websites for ELT "Can anyone suggest ideas on how to teach...?" Post-course, it's probably the most frequently asked question we get from trainees on our support group. Whether it's ideas on teaching tenses or business English or young learners - or literally anything else you care to name - there are several ELT sites I always head to. Searching around them often produces results. In alphabetical order BBC Language Assistants site Although it's intended for language assistants, not fully-qualified teachers, but there's a lot of interest there to anyone new to teaching. Other sites Business English sites (IH Barcelona) Many CELTA course trainees find themselves teaching Business English in one form or another, often either 1-2-1 or in-company. See also

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