English-learning resources by type - dialogues Subject & title: Practical English: Air TravelReservations (airline) / Do you have any flights to Sydney next Tuesday afternoon? Resource type: Dialogue, with audio Level: Pre-intermediate Esempi di prove scritte di Inglese per gli Esami della Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado red - Di seguito vengono proposti due esempi di prove scritte di Inglese utili per le esercitazioni della prova scritta degli Esami di Stati della Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado. Primo esempio di prova scritta d'Inglese These two names are important in the suppression of slavery. One was a writer, Harriet Beecher Stowe. In 1857 she published "Uncle Tom’s cabin", showing how slavery meant cruelty. The second name was Abraham Lincoln, a poor boy who studied hard and gained political power.
Teachers · engVid Hi, my name is Emma. Learning a different language can be hard, but it can also be a fun and rewarding experience. Although I am a native English speaker, I can relate to students because I had to learn French when I was younger. When I first started learning French, it was a real challenge, especially pronunciation. I was so embarrassed to speak and I would never put my hand up in class because I was scared of making mistakes. Finally, I had a great teacher who taught me that making mistakes and learning from them is the best way to learn a language.
Tuning In: How to Listen Better Plenty of programs teach people to speak—but few train them to listen. Even before the age of digital distractions, people could remember only about 10% of what was said in a face-to-face conversation after a brief distraction, according to a 1987 study that remains a key gauge of conversational recall. Researchers believe listening skills have since fallen amid more multitasking and interruptions. Most people can think more than twice as fast as the average person talks, allowing the mind to wander. The failure to listen well not only prolongs meetings and discussions but also can hurt relationships and damage careers.
Shakespeare Lives Schools' Pack What is the Shakespeare Lives Schools' Pack? The Shakespeare Lives schools’ pack has been created by the British Council in partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016. The pack celebrates Shakespeare as a writer who still speaks for all people and nations, addressing big questions and themes about the human experience and what it means to be a citizen in the twenty-first century. This pack encourages teachers and pupils to engage with some of the key issues, themes and ideas in Shakespeare’s plays, and to explore the ways they remain relevant and current in our lives today, wherever we are in the world. Specially designed to encourage learning across the curriculum, the resource is split into five key themes; Leadership and Power, Family and Relationships, Identity and Equality, Fate and Destiny, Justice and Rules. Within each themed section you will find a wide range of activities for pupils aged 7-14.
Webquest: New Year By Gabrielle Jones This New Year webquest by Gabrielle Jones includes activities designed to inform students about the history of New Year celebrations and the traditions which are practised today in a variety of cultures. Warmer The Skill of Mindful Listening Communication in the 21st century has some unique challenges, and some basic etiquette reminders may prove useful to facilitate effective communication. One may feel invalidated, ignored, or disrespected when attempting to talk with someone and competing for attention with their phone or tablet. Multitasking when seeking authentic and constructive communication is an obstacle, which blocks opportunities for reciprocal flow and quality interaction. Many of us deeply appreciate when someone isn’t constantly checking their phone or texting when we are sharing a meal, taking a walk, or engaging in conversation.
Human Body Videos for Kids - Primary Theme Park This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Kids LOVE learning about the human body. It’s so fascinating!