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ESL Song Lessons - - Songs For Teaching Grammar

ESL Song Lessons - - Songs For Teaching Grammar
<div style="font-size:9pt; text-align:center; color:Red;"> This site requires a javascript enabled browser.<br />Please enable javascript then refresh the page. <br /><a href=" Songs For Teaching English Grammar ESL and EFL teachers thinking about using songs and lyrics to teach English grammar will find this table we've compiled a useful resource. Highlighted songs are those available as complete lesson plans here on Please contact us with your own suggestions. Also see our table of songs for discussion topics. If you think our table of songs to teach grammar is useful, why not link to this page? Tefltunes does not grant you permission or licence to use any songs or song lyrics in a classroom or elsewhere. Related:  EFL/ESLPaginas en ENGLES para Practicar

EFL / ESOL / ESL Educational Songs and Activities: Song Lyrics for Teaching English as a Second Language These EFL/ESOL/ESL lyrics are available from a variety of albums: Songs that Teach Conversational English and English Vocabulary Action Songs Around the World – Jack Hartmann Can You Move Like Me? – Caroline and Danny Circle of Friends – Ron Brown Family Dance – Dr. – Music with Mar. – Jay Cleveland Jump for Numbers 0-10 – Ron Brown Jump, Jump, Jump – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín Stand Up – Skip West We Walk – Music with Mar. Alphabet The ABC Rap – The Gum Rappers Letter Blender – Music Movement & Magination Letter Sounds A to Z – Jack Hartmann Who Knows the Alphabet Sounds? – ABC's & Much More Animals African Safari – Diana Colson Baboon Baby – Diana Colson Do You Know These Sounds? – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín Doing the Flamingo Walk – Diana Colson Elephants – Diana Colson Giraffe – Diana Colson Lion Pride – Diana Colson Mosquito – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín My Fish – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín My Pet Turtle – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín Please Say Cheese (Animal Names and Movements) – Dr. Create and Share Online Flashcards If you need an instant boost of energy in your English lessons right now, then this is the program for you! – Genki English Alice in Wonderland: Comparatives Tim Burton's version of Alice in Wonderland is awesome. Many people rejected the movie, but I think it is just brilliant. The Red Queen is the best character in the movie and I used one of her scenes to practice comparatives. The White Queen, though, is the weakest character of all, but the scene is perfect for this grammar goal. I. Watch the movie segment, which shows two queens, White and Red . or each of the queens. II. Ex: 1.

National Geographic - Inspiring People to Care About the Planet Since 1888 Describing Famous People : A Reading and Writing Activity This is an activity which I’ve used successfully at both lower and mid-intermediate level. PreparationChoose a famous person who is likely to interest the students, and who they know something but not too much about already. Use the Internet to research their biography and then “condense” it into ten to fifteen sentences, using language that the students have already encountered. If you choose someone who is already dead, you’ll probably be able to do it using only the simple present and past (active and passive) but a description of a living person may need also the present perfect. Look at the list of important events in Condoleezza Rice’s life. Answers (not included on the handout): The untrue sentences are numbers 3, 9 (She’s the first black woman. In the Lesson Start with a warm-up discussion. Give out the text and explain the activity. For Homework In the Next LessonDivide the students into groups and circulate the descriptions around the groups one at a time.

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A CLIL TO CLIMB: Useful Resources Here you will find a collection of links to some free useful resources; they're listed in alphabetical order. The links open on a new tab or window. If you find this page useful, PLEASE tell other people about it - you can tweet, send it to Facebook, etc at the end of the page. Most of these resources have been used by me at one time or another, and the links will be constantly updated, so be sure to keep coming back! Apps Any.Do Task ManagerCamera ScanDictionary.comDropboxMacmillan Sounds AppMusixmatch (The best audio player I've tried. Audio Editing and Podcasting AudacityAudioBooPodomaticSound Cloud (record and share)VocarooVoki Blog List (What other teachers are writing...) Delicious DiigoEvernoteLivebindersPearl TreesPocket (formerly Read it Later)Scoop.itStich.ItSymbaloo Browsers Google ChromeMozilla Firefox Business English Copyrights Referencing Generator (how to cite your sources) The Plagiarism CheckerWikipedia explains Creative CommonsCreating Comic Strips Images Mind Mappers Web Design

You're it!  Fun ways to choose who's it for games Rock, Paper, Scissors Players make two fists and hit them on top of each other twice ... then the third time they make a symbol with their hand. The three symbols you can make are Rock, Paper and Scissors. Rock - Hand is kept in a fist. Paper - Hand is flattened out. Sky Blue (Quick and easy!) "It" rhymes These rhymes are used for larger groups of children. Engine, Engine Engine, engine, number nine going down the county line. One Potato, Two Potato One potato, two potato, three potato, four. Eenie, meenie, minie moe Eenie, meenie, minie, moe Catch a tiger by the toe, If he hollers, let him go, Eenie meenie, minie, moe. Variation: Eeinie meenie, minie moe catch a tiger by the toe, if he hollers, pay fifty dolllars .... Ick - a, Bick - a Ick-a Bick-a soda crack-a Ick-a, Bick-a boo, Ick-a, Bick-a soda crack-a Out goes you. Inka Binka Bottle of Ink Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum (This is also a fun jump rope rhyme ) Bubble gum, bubble gum in a dish, How many pieces do you wish?

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