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Woodward English loves to help English teachers around the world and the objective of this section is to make teachers and parents' lives easier. How to use this Website We have created many grammar topics. You can refer your students to the student section of grammar.cl (the can click the green button on the right to go straight there). On the Student secton page you will find a long list of grammar topics as below. The student section is great as a reference guide should students have any doubts and also to practice areas they may need more help with. Free Printable Worksheets for English Classes We have created downloadable worksheets covering some of the grammar topics. If you like, your students can also check their own answers on the "Answers" Page next to each topic. Permission is hereby given to download and photocopy these worksheets free of charge for use by individual teachers in their classrooms on the condition that no changes be made to the exercise sheet. Recommended Books:
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Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals: Unbreakable: Present Perfect (with Just)
This movie is not one I would strongly recommend, but it has good moments. This scene is one of them. David's, Bruce Willis's character, touching passers-by make him see what they have just done minutes before that, which is perfect for the students to practice the present perfect tense, using - just - in their sentences. In this exercise they are to write down whole sentences, which makes it more challenging than the other ones I have published on this grammar goal. I hope you like it. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. B. C. ( ) The lady in red ( ) The man in yellow ( ) The man in green ( ) The man in orange D. E. Answer key: D. The man in yellow has just broken a bottle on a passer-by. The man in green has taken advantage of a drunk woman. The man in orange has just broken into a house and murdered someone there.
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 7 Great Grammar Sites for Teacher...
June , 2014 Today I am sharing with you a list of some useful websites you can use with your students to help them better improve their grammar knowledge and polish their writing skill. From grammar lessons and teaching materials to free downloadable worksheets and presentations, this collection of websites will provide you with the content you need for teaching grammar. 1- Grammar Bytes Grammar Bytes is a great website that is packed full of teaching materials teachers can use to teach grammar.Grammar Bytes provides a glossary of common terms, fun interactive activities and exercises for students to test their grammar knowledge,instructional presentations and tons of tips on teaching grammar. 2- Road to Grammar Road to Grammar is a free website that provides a wide vareity of resources for teaching grammar. 3- Grammar Gold Grammar Gold provides grammar practice for grades 1 to 5.You can click on any of the grades to access the grammar lessons it features. 4- Grammar Snack
I forgot my phone
This EFL lesson is designed around a beautiful short film by Miles Crawford titled I lost my phone and the theme of mobile phones. Students listen to a film and speculate about what is happening, watch the film to check their answers and talk about mobile phone use. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2) Learner type:Teens and adults Time: 90 minutes Activity: Watching a short film, speculating and speaking Topic: Mobile phones Language: Present continuous tense; modal verbs of speculation and vocabulary related to mobile phones. Materials: Short film Downloadable materials: I forgot my phone lesson instructions The School for Training is a small specialist teacher training institute in Barcelona, providing innovative courses of the highest quality for teachers from around the world. Find out more about the courses and how to enrol here. Step 1 Tell the learners they are going to hear, but not see a short film in which a young woman she in a variety of different situations.
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<CENTER><a href=" Levels 1 & 2 | Levels 3 & 4 | Levels 5 & 6 | Level Unsorted Activities for ESL Students has thousands of activities to help you study English as a Second Language. This project of The Internet TESL Journal has contributions by many teachers. Level 1: Try these first. 34 Easy Questions (Charles Kelly) - HTML-only Assorted Questions: Choose the Best Answer - (Vera Mello) Flash [M] 20 Questions Short Answers (Carlos Gontow) - HTML-only [M] Level 2: Easy For more quizzes, visit Activities for ESL Students.