Describing photos (comparing, contrasting and speculating) You are going to practise language for; Describing photosComparing and contrasting photos (discussing similarities and differences)Speculating on what might be happeningReacting to photos (giving opinions) Discuss Look at the presentation. Follow the instructions and talk about some of the photos Write The language used here for comparing and contrasting / speculating is also useful for writing discussion / argument essays. IELTS - the International English Language Testing System - Exam English IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is used as the language of communication. IELTS is required for entry to university in the UK and other countries. Who is it for? IELTS is recognised by universities and employers in many countries, including Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the USA. It is also recognised by professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies. More than 1.4 million people a year take the test.
Prepositions Made Easy: In, On, and At (with Video!) EmailShare 9431EmailShare Are prepositions really so difficult? What if I told you that IN JUST 5 MINUTES I could help you solve some of your most confusing preposition problems? English learners everywhere are confused about prepositions, and English learners every always say it’s one of their biggest difficulties. Basic Conversation Qs (beg / preint) These worksheets can be used as a speaking activity. Students work in pairs and take turns in asking the questions. It's good if you as a teacher to circulate and monitor their work. At the end, highlight any mistakes that you heard. The two blank cicrcles should be filled in with students' own questions to ask each other. The second worsheet is more challenging as it requires more grammar knowledge.
Links to websites about language exchange Links to websites where you can find penpals and language exchange partners who can help you to learn their languages, and who you can help to learn your language. SharedTalk - language exchange community Polyglot Club - find a language exchange partner Worksheets to Improve the Language Skills of Your Secondary School Kid Custom Search (Ages 13 to 18) Help your Child in Secondary School Improve his Language Skills 1. Improve your kids vocabulary Effective vocabulary instruction should accomplish the following: Working with articles 7bc Assignment: Divide the articles among you in the group. You have to read different articles all of you, ONE article each.Copy the link to your article into: lingro.com and you will get an interactive dictionary to your article (English > Swedish).
Conversation lesson – News Where were you when you heard about ...? There are some news stories which leave nobody in any difficulty when answering this question, so even allowing for sensitivity to certain subjects in a classroom situation, there are already dozens of things most people can talk about. Topic: News Age: Teenage/adult Level: B1+ (can be adapted) Timing: up to 2 hours Recipes for the EFL classroom What is a cline? The British Council Teaching English website defines a cline as ‘a scale of language items that goes from one extreme to another, for example, from positive to negative, or from weak to strong’. Why are clines useful in language teaching? Clines can be very effective in conveying and clarifying language, giving a very visual representation of meaning. They highlight shades of meaning, they are efficient and can cut down on teacher talking time.
Best Music to Learn English Here are my top 5 music artists that English students should listen to. They have been chosen because they have clear pronunciation and great vocabulary (by great I mean interesting and useful- none of this street ganksta talk or old-fashioned nonsense that people just don’t say in real life). 1) George Ezra George Ezra is a singer from Hertford England.
Mock Listening Paper - Dormitory Tour RA: Good morning everyone, my name is Vanessa, and I’m one of the resident advisors for this housing complex. I’m a senior at the university, and as a resident advisor, I am responsible for making sure that everyone who lives in the dormitory area has someone to go to if they have questions, problems, or needs any kind of help. Now, as a first step, it’s quite useful to have a look around the area. It’s not too big, and a short tour will help you get a clear picture of what is available and where it is. So, first of all, as you know, this is one of our dormitory buildings, and it’s called West Hall. There are two main dormitory buildings in our complex, and the other one, you can see just next to us, is called Blackwell Hall, that’s black as in the color, and well – w-e-l-l.