English Online France - Listening Beginners’ Dictations Exercise 1Exercise 2Exercise 3Exercise 4Exercise 5Exercise 6Exercise 7Exercise 8Exercise 9Exercise 10Exercise 11Exercise 12Exercise 13Exercise 14Exercise 15Exercise 16Exercise 17Exercise 18Exercise 19 Here, There and Everywhere 1 – Once upon a time2 – Are you a mouse?3 – Charlie Caretto4 – Golden eagle5 – Good luck, bad luck6 – Calvin Coolidge7 – Buffalo hunters8 – « The five bells »9 – Stand up and be counted10 – The strawberry11 – The fire truck12 – Cézanne13 – Can you see it?14 – The Clock-Maker15 – Mary cut the lawn16 – Where are you going?
Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Web 2.0 Tools About the Course Are you overwhelmed by the tidal wave of new technology tools available for teachers and learners? Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Web 2.0 Tools can help channel that flood into a manageable power source for student engagement and motivation in your classroom! This course is designed to provide teachers with strategies to effectively integrate Web 2.0 technologies into their instruction. Being Batman by Ryan Freeman We’re living in the age of the superhero. Rising from comic book pages, they have sprung forth to dominate both the box office and our collective popular culture. Heck, even my 2-year-old knows who Spider-man is.
5 fun ways to use a Dictogloss Listening is important. Collaboration is important. Writing is important. Your Smarticles: QR Code Ideas and Resources QR Code Activities for YOUR Classroom! Below are some QR Code Scavenger Hunts that I have designed to be fully printable and ready to use. As long as you have a wi-fi enabled smart device that can scan, you can use these ‘hunts’ to support student literacy skills. #1. QR Code Context Clue Scavenger Hunt This Scavenger Hunt allows students to practice utilizing context clues while having fun!
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Socialising 4: Active listening Perhaps the most important skill connected with socialising is to ‘shut up and listen’. In practice, it can be very difficult to resist the temptation to turn every conversation into a conversation about what we consider the most interesting thing in the world, i.e. ourselves. The most skilful active listeners include nurses, social workers, psychotherapists and counsellors, so this lesson focuses especially on the techniques studied and used by these professionals. Topic: Socialising and active listening Level: Intermediate (B2) and above Aims: To raise awareness of the importance of active listening skills, and some situations where they are especially important.To teach some language and techniques for active listening, including effective use of body language.To provide practice and feedback of the situation of actively listening to a friend or colleague talking about a difficult experience.
Think-Pair-Share Think-Pair-Share activities pose a question to students that they must consider alone and then discuss with a neighbor before settling on a final answer. This is a great way to motivate students and promote higher-level thinking. Even though the activity is called think-"PAIR"-share, this is the term many instructors use for pairs and small groups (three or four students) alike.