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Cut mp3 online, cut songs online, audio cutter with the ability to make m4r ringtone — Toolster.net Online MP3 cutter is invented in order to help you design your own ringtone, cut a part of the interview or audio books. It lets you set your favorite song as a ringtone on your mobile phone, or as your alarm tone. You can easily cut the desired fragment of the melody, no matter if it is in the middle or at the end. Our online mp3 cutter is free, straightforward and convenient, and requires no registration. 4 steps to cut your song Digital storytelling with StoryRobe StoryRobe is another way for kids to create digital stories using photos or digital copies of their own artwork. Once they've selected the images they want to use and put them in the right order, they can record the text to go with the images. They can talk for a total of up to 3 minutes, and synchronize the images with what they are saying by tapping the screen as they talk to advance to the next picture. StoryRobe creates a single video file that can then be shared.

50 Holiday Related Activities For The ELT Classroom Since I’m busy making Christmas lists, thought I’d make a nice one to share with fellow teachers and inspire with a few things in my brain for teaching lessons related to Christmas. So here is my brain purge. Share and enjoy. My gift to all hardworking teachers. Some real Christmas pudding gems in this list!

Clothes Games In this section you will find games on clothes and colors vocabulary and sentence patterns. Games include: word puzzles, board games, memory games and sentences games. Clothes Board Game Online Learn and practice clothes vocabulary and use them in sentences. This game is great for revision and combines a lot of question types in one – multiple choice, matching exercises, drag and drop spelling.

4 Ways to Easily Embed Part of a YouTube Video We have shared quite a few useful YouTube-related tips so far. Here are 10 YouTube URL tricks to play with as well as some YouTube annoyances and ways to get rid of them. You may also get inspired by this post listing 10 cool things to do with a YouTube video. Topic-Based versus Task-Based Speaking Activities Speaking is one of the most valued skills in learning a foreign language. When you want to find out about the general knowledge of a person in a foreign language you usually ask DO YOU SPEAK (language)? I can’t remember ever hearing from someone if I could listen to English, on the other hand. Most learners therefore expect to speak the language fast when they join a course or hire a teacher. Recommended Lesson Activities - For English Language Teachers Accent Reduction Tips [+-] Tips for student and teachers to help reduce accents and improve pronunciation. Native-like pronunciation is a goal for many ESL students. Having tips and strategies to help them reduce their accent and achieve a more native-like pronunciation is beneficial for any speaking-pronunciation teacher. Keywords: activities advanced beginner intermediate speaking Debates and Discussions [+-] Topics for debate and discussion in ESL speaking classes.

The top 11 apps to use with Book Creator - Book Creator app #1 Explain Everything It was no surprise to us that Explain Everything came top in this list. We’ve seen anecdotally that teachers love this app, and we know there are many, many ways it can be combined with Book Creator – and the workflow works both ways. For those who don’t know, Explain Everything is an interactive screencasting whiteboard app. It allows teachers or students to create presentations, tutorials, or lessons using an infinite canvas and a varied toolset.

Getting Students To Speak In Class Despite Steven Krashen’s famous methodology of language acquisition, in which he claims students must go through a silent period before they can speak, we know how anxious our students are to start producing the target language from day 1. This silent period is the time learners need to be exposed to enough comprehensible input so they can absorb the language and be able to speak it. It emulates what happens when kids acquire their first language. Having said that, it’s a fact that motivation also plays a key part in language learning, and setting up speaking activities from the very beginning of the language course will not, in my opinion, have any negative effect on the students’ development.

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