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Stylehouse: My Room Rules Share this page: Here's How to Enter: Just upload a video of your room or dorm. Give us a tour and tell us what you like best about your space, and what makes it completely yours. Video Requirements: Blog Challenge: Compare and Contrast Photos I previously mentioned in my Free iPad Apps for the ELT Classroom post that I used these photos in a recent class, and Brad Patterson’s compare and contrast photo blog challenge gives me the opportunity to go into a little bit more depth about how I used them. It was the day after the riots in London escalated and became international news. My student (in a one to one class) is an anglophile, having lived in London for a year, so there were was only one topic of conversation in that lesson. She’s an intelligent person who is prepared to speak about almost any subject and can really engage with meaty subjects. The conversation turned from what happened to how and why it happened.

Superhero worksheets, flashcards, projects and super power activities to print Super Powers: breathe under water, control the weather, climb walls, become invisible, see through walls, shoot lasers, freeze things, make force fields, lift anything, run fast, stretch very far, talk to animals, fly, become anything, shrink large flash cards, medium flash cards, bingo, a handout color pictures with black and white backings: 16 ways to improve your whiteboard work I had my first lesson observation at the British Council Bangkok the other day. I still have a job, woohoo! I got some very surprising feedback from my line manager: ‘your board work was a real strength’. Boardwork?

Scholastic TIMESAVERS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PHOTOCOPIABLE | SCHOLASTIC TIMESAVERS | MARY GLASGOW--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------● Timesaver Resource Books: Secondary | series includes cross-cultural lessons, grammar, vocabulary or skill development, games, raps and communicative activities and everyday, practical English. Tried and tested by teachers around the world, these are full of imaginative, lively activities and perfect for introducing, consolidating or practising recently taught structures and lexical sets. Many books come with audio CDs, or with a free poster to brighten up your classroom walls!

6eme - Food for thought in Bucharest Infographic: United States of the Environment We can't all have the most organic farms or the lowest air pollution, but every U.S. state is No. 1 in some environmental or public health category ... and No. 50 in another. Here's a look at each state's strengths and weaknesses. Have a look at both maps. To read more: Ecology is ... : a few thoughts about ecology.

Fun & Games for Dyslexics If you have dyslexia, there’s no need to avoid hard puzzles and word games any longer. There are many educational apps and online games that will help teach reading, spelling, and much more in a playful setting — while providing beneficial practice for dealing with dyslexia. Below is a list of apps and online games for enjoyment (and a little educational value). Question Words Cartoon Chart We have just created this new chart about Question Words in English (Who, When, Why, What, Where, Which, How). If you would like to see more information about these Questions words with a lot more examples of their use, check out:Question Words in English UPDATE: We now have a printable version of this chart that English Teachers can use in the classroom. We have a wall chart as appears above but we have also includee each question word on its own page which can be used as large flash cards.

931 FREE Speaking Worksheets Learning to speak a new language is definitely a challenge. It’s very difficult for your students to do if they don’t practice on a regular basis. Luckily, you need to look no further because has the tools to help your students practice their speaking - and want to do it, too! Let’s face it, students aren’t always jumping for joy at the opportunity to speak a language they aren’t 100 percent comfortable with. Students can be hesitant to speak for a wide variety of reasons - fear of mistakes, peer pressure, or lack of self-confidence are some of the main factors. has 931 speaking worksheets to help you plan effective speaking lessons, which will get your students to break through their shyness and start talking! MAIN ACTIVITY using cohesive devices (linking words, relative clauses and pronouns) to describe a sequence of actions SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, upper-intermediate (B2) and above Click here for the Teacher’s Notes Photo taken from Dace Praulins, used under a CC Attribution Non-Commercial license, After a long summer, which has seen us working on two different continents, All at C are back with a lesson-plan courtesy of Japanese technology.