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Boy (2010) Randall's Video Snapshots: For ESL/EFL Students The movie clips called Video Snapshots are designed to provide additional learning content related to other listening activities on my site. To learn more about this project, read the Frequently Asked Questions below: Current Videos (Click the picture to watch the video - Click the link below the picture to visit a related listening activity). You can also search by title below: Why did you create this section of your Website? How do you decide on the topics? Why are the videos short, between 30-60 seconds? Do you plan on adding other speakers on the videos? Do you realize there are some grammar mistakes in the videos? There is a lot of background noise in some the video, and it's sometimes hard to hear exactly what is being said. Which video format do you use? Randall's Sites: Daily ESL | ESL Blog | EZSlang | Train Your Accent | Tips For Students | Hiking In Utah

Alternativ läslogg Läsloggar är ett utmärkt arbetsverktyg i läsundervisningen har varit min åsikt till jag läste en liten artikel med rubriken Rethinking Reading Logs. Artikelförfattaren Sarah Davis upptäckte en dag att – ja, visst läste hennes elever och skrev sina läsloggar – men det fanns ett MEN, upptäckte Sarah. Eleverna såg på läsningen som en uppgift och inte på något de gjorde för nöjes skull. Inte heller när de faktiskt uppskattade boken de läste. I stället började Sarah prova olika modeller. Det hon fastnade för var att övervaka läsningen via en klasslista. Vi vet från senare tids forskning att tyst läsning i sig inte utvecklar våra elevers läsförmåga. Prova lässtrategin vi gick igenom.Uppmärksamma hur huvudpersonen agerar och vad som gör att hen agerar just så.Föreställ dig miljön som författaren beskriver så att du i vårt boksurr kan beskriva den.Leta efter en bra början.Lägg märke till ett kapitels tema.Använd sådant du kan för att lista ut vad nya ord betyder. Referenser:

YouTube Launches Site Specifically for Teachers | MindShift | The 21st Century | Scoop.it Digital Tools Teaching Strategies YouTube.com/teachers Educators who’ve been wanting to use YouTube videos in class can now find an easy way in. Today, YouTube launched its own teacher’s channel: YouTube.com/Teachers, a guide to using videos in class. Teachers can follow tips that show everything from organizing videos to sparking lively discussions to help struggling students through videos. Teachers can also sign up to become part of the YouTube Teachers Community, a mailing list that allows them to share ideas and best practices. The new teachers site is part one of two big initiatives on the part of YouTube geared towards educators. Until then, check out some of the new features on the teachers site, like this one, a rap video about the infamously dry subject of the Krebs cycle (that’s biochemistry, for those of us unfamiliar with the term). Related Explore: videos, YouTube, YouTube.com/teachers

50 Of The Best Teaching And Learning Apps For 2016 50 Of The Best Teaching And Learning Apps For 2016 by TeachThought Staff What are the best teaching and learning apps for 2016? That’s a good question this post looks to answer. Every year, we put together a collection of what we believe are the best teaching and learning apps for that year. (Here, for example, is our 2015 version of the list below, where you will notice about half the apps are the same, and half have changed. This year, we were asked by the good folks at Easelly (the infographic and visual data platform) to create a collection of resources that while including their apps, would curate a lot of good stuff teachers would benefit from in 2016. Additionally, Easelly has created a free eBook–How to Use Easel.ly in your Classroom–which is a useful tool for teachers integrating Common Core standards, for example, which call for students to work with different mediums to extract key ideas and data. Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a “sponsored post.”

How can film help you teach or learn English? What can film and video add to the learning experience? Kieran Donaghy Opens in a new tab or window., who won the British Council’s Teaching English blog award Opens in a new tab or window. for his post I want to learn English because… Opens in a new tab or window., explains why film is such a good resource, and recommends some useful websites. Language teachers have been using films in their classes for decades, and there are a number of reasons why film is an excellent teaching and learning tool. Learning from films is motivating and enjoyable Motivation is one of the most important factors in determining successful second-language acquisition. Film provides authentic and varied language Another benefit of using film is that it provides a source of authentic and varied language. Film gives a visual context The ‘visuality’ of film makes it an invaluable language teaching tool, enabling learners to understand more by interpreting the language in a full visual context. Lesson plans

ESL Kids Flashcards Matching game: Spread all the cards on the floor or on a table. Students take turns flipping two cards and calling out the cards that they flip. If it's a pair then they keep it and get a point. If they don't call out the card then they can't keep it (Don't enforce this rule too strictly or the students may rebel). Go Fish: Deal four or five cards to each student. Alphabet Soup: In this memory activity, the teachers puts some cards on the board. Bear Card Charades: Students act out cards in this charades activity. Forest Animals Circle Dance: Students become an animal and do a dance when their card is called out in this circle activity. Bring me: Place a selection of cards on a table at the far end of the class. Cautionary Note:With younger kids you should remove the difficult cards before playing card games because they will get bored and frustrated easily. Search Game: Hide the cards around the room, on things, under things, and in things. 'I saw. 'I saw. To practice noun clauses:

Telling time in English Telling the time is something I have to teach every year. And to be honest I have not been very successful. Even gifted adults struggled. And this year I faced even bigger challenge. We started with the following mind map. Then I demonstrated telling the time in English using one of the PAST times. Telling time – classroom activities Of course it is nice to understand something but only practise makes masters. Telling the time – bingo cards The other activity is a pair work. Telling the time – pairwork Telling time – computer activities If you want to provide home practice for your students you can use the following activities. You can find another interesting game to practice language connected with time at British Council time. Do you like the activities?

Khan Academy 80 Open Education Resource (OER) Tools for Publishing and Development Initiatives Many Open Education Resources (OER) have been introduced by governments, universities, and individuals within the past few years. OERs provide teaching and learning materials that are freely available and offered online for anyone to use. Whether you’re an instructor, student, or self-learner, you have access to full courses, modules, syllabi, lectures, assignments, quizzes, activities, games, simulations, and tools to create these components. While some OERs include OpenCourseWare (OCW) or other educational materials, they may also offer the means to alter those courses through editing, adding to those courses through publication, and the ability to shape the tools that share those resources. Additionally, they may maintain forums or other platforms where individuals can collaborate on building educational tools and documentation and the reach for those materials. This list is not all-inclusive, as resources that offer limited collaboration were excluded.

i use this for a fun way to count to 100 or to give the kids a stretching break by pammers27 Apr 21

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Very helpful for helping me solve problems and giving tutorials on how to do math problems or documentaries on a past leader. The only downside of the web site is some teachers may not want a student watching videos in thier class. by jo010974 May 30

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