Luiz Otávio's English Language Teaching Page Immersivities | Ideas for creating immersive learning experiences: ELT, business & intercultural skills, innovation & design Infants School (5 - 8 years) Activities Archives - Lessons Learnt Journal Content © Lessons Learnt Journal. All Rights Reserved. All photos & content are copyright of Lessons Learnt Journal. Images can be shared or pinned, but must link to the original post. Please give proper credit "via Lessons Learnt Journal" and do not claim them as your own. Mimowa | Blog Mi – logopedia na wesoło Free Early Years & Primary Resources - Sparklebox Alternative (EYFS & KS1) The 9 best language learning blogs — Whittled Learning a new language can get lonely, especially if you’re self-studying. Sometimes it’s nice to put the books down and connect with other language learners, get advice, or just swap stories. Thanks to the magic of the internet, there are tons of blogs and websites to help you do just that. The best out there are full of advice from credible sources to help supercharge your language learning, and are often pretty entertaining to read as well. These are written by people who've done the hard work of learning languages, and want you to be able to learn from their experiences. Sadly, there are also plenty of language blogs out there that are mostly fluff and hype, full of silly recommendations and misleading assertions. So! Fluent in 3 Months Benny Lewis’ site and blog are high on useful advice and low on hype and fluff. Fluent Forever We love Fluent Forever for its in-depth, rigorous, honest approach to language learning. Rawlangs Lindsay Does Languages Fluent Language italki Babbel
Christmas Memory Game My five year old recently discovered the joys of the Memory matching game and we’ve played a lot of rounds of it since. I have to admit that this is one game that I really enjoy playing. So, as I was making the Christmas Bingo Game, I thought “why not do a Christmas Memory Game too?” Another very simple and fun way to keep kids happy for Christmas. (Just in case anyone doesn’t know how to play-you simply take turns turning over two cards looking for a match. Christmas Memory Game: Free Printable Christmas Memory Game This printable just has two pages of cards. Here’s what they look like: Easy enough right? Now print out the free Christmas Bingo as well and you’ve got yourself quite the party!
NeuroLearning through NeuroTeaching. Przyjazna mózgowi przygoda z językiem obcym.: MÓWIENIE Bardzo często spotykam się z frustracją nauczycieli, którzy rozkładają ręce nad "nieodzywającymi się" uczniami. "Uczniowie nie chcą mówić", "Daję im takie fajne kserówki", itp. Czy na pewno są takie fajne? Czy pytaliśmy uczniów kiedykolwiek o to, czy przedstawiane im tematy interesują ich na tyle, aby chcieli się wypowiadać? Ponownie zapytam, czy to co nam wydaje się fajne jest takowe dla uczniów? Czy pytanie "How did you spend your holiday" nie jest przypadkiem zbyt oklepane, a powtarzane co roku nie staje się wręcz irytujące nawet dla nauczyciela? Może warto coś zmienić, odejść od szablonów znajdowanych w "ticzersach", "gotowcach" czy innych powielanych materiałach. Dodatkowo warto zastanowić się co tak na prawdę jest przyczyną "zamknięcia się" ucznia. Każdy z nas posiadaczy konta na FB, codziennie napotyka liczne obrazki z przeróżnymi przesłaniami, powiedzonkami czy ilustracjami. a. tworzymy bazę takich właśnie obrazków Na przykład: 1. obieramy za cel tematykę związaną z internetem 2.
Lesson Plans Digger - Free English Lesson Plans and Teaching Tips Tim's Free English Lesson Plans | Use them, share them, comment on them, and share my link in return. Young Learners | ELT Blog Mobile phones – or cell phones as the Americans like to call them – are often cited as a nuisance, a disturbance and a pest by teachers across the world. Not only in English Language Teaching but in every subject, educators battle on a daily basis against the disruptive presence of the mobile phone.Some schools have gone as far as to ban mobiles all together – tackling the problem by removing the cause from the classroom.Other schools have taken a subtle approach, encouraging learners to reserve their phone usage for break time and lunch time. But what about in ELT? Like this: Like Loading... A former colleague of mine has gone on a bit of a teaching advantage, taking up a post in the Galapagos islands! Here’s his question: Have you got any good sources of information for the use of L1 in the classroom? L1 is something we’re normally encouraged or enforced to avoid in the classroom at all costs. Here’s my response to my colleague: Continue reading Continue reading John: Hey Bill!
Takie tam po polsku That is Evil! | … because English has its fishy ways 25 BEST WEBSITES FOR LEARNING ENGLISH I want the new e-book! How do you learn English in your free time? Do you meet internationals in cafés, do you self-study using books, do you get on the internet? When it comes to learning many people have realized they are not going to acquire the language just by sitting in classrooms. But not everyone has the opportunity to walk out to the street and start practising with the passers-by. If you are reading this blog post you know what the answer is already… We are in English learning heaven these days as tons of interactive resources and platforms to communicate live with others are available online. So here is my pick of the best of the best, tested on me and hundreds of my students in my English courses. For language cuddlers 1. 2. 3. 4. For gamers 5. 6. 7. For Facebookers 8. 9. 10. For Youtubers 11. 12. For conversationalists 13. For readers and listeners 17. 18. For disciplined students 19. For travellers 21. 22. For Czechs 23. 24. 25. I want the new e-book!