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360° Aerial Panoramas, 3D Virtual Tours Around the World, Photos of the Most Interesting Places on the Earth 5 great zero preparation lesson ideas When the pressure is on and there are only so many hours on the week, you need a repertoire of zero preparation go-to activities which promote input and/or practice. Here are five you might well find useful. 1. My weekend We know that listening is the most important yet often neglected skill for language learning. It's also something some pupils find hard to do. You tell the class you are going to recount what you did last weekend and that they have to make notes in English. You then make some true or false (maybe not mentioned too) statements in the target language about what you said in your account. 2. Pupils work in small groups. This is definitely an "output" task but one which can encourage students to speak fearlessly with an ear on fluency rather than accuracy. 3. For intermediate to advanced level. You can ask the class how many of the statements they think are false. Let the students ask questions until they have decided which ones they believe (by a show of hands). 4. 5.

Larry Ferlazzo - Online tools These include The Best Web Tools For English Language Learners (In Other Words, The Ones My Students Regularly Use) and The Best Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced English Language Learner Sites. Now, though, I think it's time to narrow them down to my choices for the "best of the best" or, in other words, an "All-Time Best" list. Here are my choices, and I hope readers will let me know if they agree, disagree, and/or think I've missed some (one key requirement is that they are all free to use). Some of the sites I list could go in multiple categories, but I have placed them in the "domains" I believe they help the most: Obviously, The British Council has tons of great resources. I particularly like their animated Short Stories. I'm obviously biased, but I think the weekly student interactives I create for The New York Times are very useful to English Language Learners. The Reading and Everyday Life activities from GCF LearnFree are excellent. Mrs.

The King’s Speech This lesson is designed around the trailer for The King’s Speech and the theme of speaking in public. Students talk about speaking in public, watch a film trailer, read advice about speaking in public and prepare a short film presentation. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2.1) Learner type:Teens and adults Time: 90 minutes Activity: Watching film trailer, speaking about speaking in public, reading advice about speaking in public and preparing a presentation Topic: Speaking in public and presentations Language: Emotions and vocabulary related to speaking in public Materials: Film trailer, discussion questions and presentation tips Downloadable materials: the kings speech lesson instructions speaking in public discussion questions presentation lessons from the kings speech Support Film English Step 1

Blog | BrainBox Wed 15 June 2016 Continental Contrivances Europe has been high on the news agenda for weeks now, which started us thinking – of all the things we in Britain take for granted today, which can we trace back to our continental neighbours? Wed 11 May 2016 Awesome African Adventures What do the king of the beasts, the biggest land mammal in the world and man’s largest living relative have in common? Thu 07 April 2016 “I’m not naughty – I’m autistic” How can you tell the difference between a naughty child and a child with an Autistic Spectrum Condition? Thu 03 March 2016 What Disney princesses teach our children Disney is as inescapable today as it was when we were young. Thu 05 November 2015 “When life gives you lemons…” From missing out on the school team to being told off by a favourite teacher, things at school don’t always go as planned.

Lezione Simulata by Gaia Morelli on Prezi TagsForLikes - Most Popular Top Instagram Tags Copy and Paste Tools for Educators - free worksheet templates, printable game templates, 100% customizable worksheet makers with images! Six Word Stories Come imparare e studiare meglio con i lapbook Il lapbook è uno strumento dinamico e coinvolgente, che può essere pensato come una mappa concettuale tridimensionale da costruire in itinere man mano che si affronta un argomento durante le lezioni o come strumento di sintesi da realizzare una volta completata la trattazione di un tema. Il lapbook diventa insieme quaderno (dove raccogliere gli appunti), libro di testo (dove approfondire e trovare informazioni) e strumento di verifica con il quale valutare una vasta gamma di abilità: di ricerca, di progettazione, di sintesi, grafiche, ecc. È importante che il docente insegni a costruire lapbook e non si limiti a fornirli già progettati e pronti da tagliare e incollare: dare all’alunno lo strumento già predisposto ne diminuisce di molto il valore.

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