QR Code Generator: QR Stuff Free Online QR Code Generator And Creator For Brochures, Print Advertising, Business Cards & Stickers The Consultants-E : EdTech Consultancy - WebQuest Repository Victoria Boobyer - A Digital FrankensteinThis webquest is aimed at students of Intermediate [B1] level and above and would supplement any Frankenstein-based project work or reading. Learners research topics based on Mary Shelley, the writing of Frankenstein and Frankenstein in movies. The writing tasks are similar to those found in the Cambridge English First (FCE) exams. Sonja Tack – Africa in 2015: Where will Poverty and Hunger be? Todd Cooper – Soccer: The Worlds PassionThis WebQuest is for mid to high level students, but hopefully appeals to anybody with a passion for soccer/football. Sheila Hutton – The Perfect Place to Live CompetitionThis WebQuest was written for a group of mixed nationality students in the 18 – 23 age group just starting out on a English foundation/pre-university course at a tertiary college. Seiyifa Koroye – MadibaThis WebQuest introduces learners to the life and times of Nelson Mandela (known as Madiba).
NIVÅANPASSAT PÅ ENGELSKA – Patricia Diaz Här tänkte jag försöka samla specifika digitala resurser som kan användas i engelskundervisningen i de grupper där man har lite extra behov av att förse eleverna med mer individanpassade övningar på olika nivåer. Den här sidan är alltså ett komplement till den ”stora” länksamlingen för engelska som du hittar i menyraden under ”Länksamlingar” högst upp på den här sidan. Där hittar du också en länksamling över digitala verktyg. Gissar att det är verkligheten för många och att många av er har massor av bra tips att dela med er av. Nyheter från den engelskspråkiga världen presenteras på lätt engelska. Med Readtheory kan man arbeta med läsförståelse på den nivå där man befinner sig. Det första som händer när man loggar in på Readtheory (med inloggningsuppgifter som läraren förser en med) är att man gör ett så kallat ”pretest” – en slags diagnos för placeras på rätt nivå i systemet. Readtheory är ett bra komplement till den övriga undervisningen. Newsela – en (snygg!)
The Great Illustrated Encyclopedia How can film help you teach or learn English? What can film and video add to the learning experience? Kieran Donaghy, who won the British Council’s TeachingEnglish blog award tells us why film is such a good resource and recommends some useful websites, in one of our top five articles of all time, illustrated by artist Jamie Johnson. Language teachers have been using films in their classes for decades, and there are a number of reasons why film is an excellent teaching and learning tool. Learning from films is motivating and enjoyable Motivation is one of the most important factors in determining successful second-language acquisition. Film provides authentic and varied language Another benefit of using film is that it provides a source of authentic and varied language. Film gives a visual context The visuality of film makes it an invaluable language teaching tool, enabling learners to understand more by interpreting the language in a full visual context. Variety and flexibility Lesson plans Allat C Lessonstream Viral ELT Film English
Teaching Ideas | Free lesson ideas, plans, activities and resources for use in the primary classroom Evolution of Home Video Game Consoles: 1967 – 2011 Video gaming has come a long way since the early days of Pong and Pac-man. We can now play affordable games of high calibre with 3D graphics and awesome interactivity in the comfort of our home, taking for granted the little and subtle improvements made to each and every consoles before becoming what they are today. In a way, the aggressive competition between companies of video game consoles had churned out the superior features of video gaming to bring to us the excellent quality we see today. As you shall see below, the evolution of video game consoles is indeed intriguing. Whether you’re a gamer or not, this is a great opportunity for you to go behind the scene and uncover the ‘making’ of present-day consoles! The first video game console (working prototype) debuted as a bulky rectangular brown wooden box with two attached controllers, and thus the name "Brown Box". "Brown Box" (1967) Magnavox Odyssey (1972) Atari Sears Tele-Games Pong System (1975) Magnavox Odyssey 100 (1975) Wii (2006)
Restaurant English: Ordering Food Time: 1 hour Focus: The purpose of this lesson is to give false beginners the skills to order food in a restaurant. This lesson follows a simple format of an introduction and discussion, followed by a role-play activity. Preparation: The teacher will need to print off and photocopy four sheets: restaurant menus, the waiters' activity sheet, the customers' activity sheet, and the role-play prompts. Introduction: Tell the students that they will be ordering food from restaurants today. Usually, the student will say something very basic, "Hamburger." If the student gives a more sophisticated answer, then I write it on the board and then we begin to discuss other ways of ordering food. Discussion: The purpose of the above demonstration is a lesson in pragmatic competence. As a class we briefly discuss ways to order food: I'll have a hamburger, please. Role-play Activity: Now, comes the real focus of the class: a role-play activity to practice ordering food.. Restaurant Cloze Activity Target Language:
Warmers, fillers & coolers Warmers Below is a list of warmer/cooler/filler/game activities in no particular order. If you have any warmers you'd like to add to the list then please send them to via the Contact page Aims: - to introduce a theme - to relax stds after a hard day's work - to wake stds up after a hard night - to wait for late arrivals - to provide a break in the lesson - to provide humour - to provide oral fluency practice - to finish the lesson on a light note 1. 2.Spot the difference. 2 pictures - the same but with a few differences. 3 Find someone who. 4.Word association. 5.Word disassociation. 6.Mini-role plays. 7.Correct the mistakes. 8. 9.Collocations. 10.Cut up story/conversation - put in order. 11.Match headlines and articles. 12.Find connections between words e.g. television, lake and pen. 13.Call my bluff - give three definitions of a word & guess which is right. 14.Brainstorm all words connected with area. 16.What's my line -guess the job & can only answer Yes or No. 17.Train compartment. 41. 61. 1.
Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds Describing photos (comparing, contrasting and speculating) You are going to practise language for; Describing photosComparing and contrasting photos (discussing similarities and differences)Speculating on what might be happeningReacting to photos (giving opinions) Discuss Look at the presentation. Follow the instructions and talk about some of the photos Write The language used here for comparing and contrasting / speculating is also useful for writing discussion / argument essays. Introduction - describe the situation / topic to be discussedCompare / contrast ideas (for and against / advantages and disadvantages)Speculate on solutions to problems raised by the questionConclusion - give an opinion Which pairs or groups of photos in the presentation could be used to demonstrate ideas for argument writing topics about education, technology, food, family, work, leisure, health, advertising etc? More Practice on May / Might / Could / Must / Can't