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Tried and tested ELT ideas

Tried and tested ELT ideas
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English Teacher Party: A Look into the Real Life of an English Teacher | Page 3 Recently my class read Sixth Grade Can Really Kill You by Barthe DeClements and they loved it! The book is about a girl named Helen, “Bad Helen”. She gets her name because she’s always playing pranks on her teacher. Helen has dyslexia and is struggling in school. At the end of a novel I like to have some type of culminating activity. I then found another idea on a mini book report so I tweaked it for my class. Mini Book Report The Sixth Grade Can Really Kill You This will be a TEST grade! Materials: White copy paper, colored paper or construction paper Pencil Crayons or markers Directions: Fold the paper in half, then in half again. 1. 2. 3. 10 sentence summary 4. 10 sentence response of the book 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Your pages may be typed or written in cursive. Mini Book Report Rubric _____ Front Cover is interesting, includes title and author (20 points) _____ Page Two – Name is on the project (5 points) _____ Page Three – 10 sentence summary (10 points)

ENGLISH FLASH GAMES for Learning Vocabulary English stuff ESL: YOUR FAVOURITE SANDWICH (activities for elementary & intermediate students) Shall we prepare a delicious sandwich for school tomorrow? Do you have one in mind? What ingredients would you use? Enter this site to check one out! Can you drag and drop the correct names? (This is just an image of what you'll find:) If you want to learn more words related to food, click here and this is what you'll see: a list of activities and games to practise food and drinks vocabulary. Let's try some recipes of sandwiches for a party now. Use your dictionary to find out the meaning of the different herbs and types of bread used. If you still want to know more kinds of sandwiches, click below and take a look. You may also find these links useful:

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