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ESL Printables: English worksheets, lesson plans and other resources

ESL Printables: English worksheets, lesson plans and other resources
Thanks everybody for your definitions. They all were great and made me laugh. Douglas not only made me laugh but I also pictured his “tumbarumba” so intensely that I almost decide to become a teetotaler. It was very hard to choose a winner so, as most definitions had something to do with dance, I chose MoodyMoody’s, which I found original and convincing: Tumbarumba is the latest offering from the iRobot Corporation. Their automated vacuum cleaner, the Roomba, has been popular for years.

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TOEFL Equivalency Table - TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS Score Comparison Chart TOEFL Equivalency Table Do you find all of the different English language test scores confusing? Do you have trouble comparing a TOEIC score to a TOEFL score? Well, that's understandable because there are a number of different language tests and they all have different systems. Even the TOEFL Paper Based Test, TOEFL Computer Based Test (TOEFL CBT), and TOEFL Internet Based Test (TOEFL iBT) all have different scoring schemes.

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ESL Lesson Plans Welcome to TEFL Net ESL Lesson Plans where you'll find worksheets, handouts, activities and other ideas to help you animate any class. Some of these are arranged by level, but you can often adapt them quite easily to another (usually higher) level. ESL WorksheetsA range of freely photocopiable, printer-friendly ESL worksheets, including discussion-based and topic-based worksheets, with handy teacher's notes Talking Point - Topics - Skills

Quizzes Based On VOA Programs There are 102 multiple-choice quizzes. Other VOA Sections: America - History - Mosaic - People - Places - Quizzes - Studying - Words - RSS - More Quiz yourself on English grammar and vocabulary while reading scripts from VOA Special English.Not only can you practice English, but you can learn many interesting things while doing so. Games with Words These are games and quizzes by Charles Kelly that use words from the VOA Special English Word Book.

Business English, Legal English, English for Academic Purposes, etc. - English for Specific Purposes World Natalia Carbajosa Palmero. Language Department, Technical University of Cartagena. Campus Paseo Alfonso XIII, s/n, 30203 Cartagena, Spain. PowerPoint Presentations There are several PowerPoint presentations available within the Guide to Grammar and Writing. These presentations make for rather hefty files and downloading may take some time over phone lines. Each presentation's size is noted below. Some Notes on the Use of PowerPoint Presentations The presentations listed above were prepared on a Macintosh with Powerpoint 98. Web2 - 4 Languages Teachers - Web2.0 tools I am in the process of moving these links to separate pages as there are now too many on a single page! Click on the links below or the newly created pages in the side menu to access these tools. I have located many of these tools through Richard Byrne's Free Technology for Teachers blog. You might like to subscribe to Richard's RSS feed or his email list.

Learn Hot English - Free Lessons Free English audio lesson: 42 useful travel expressions in English! Learn 42 useful English expressions for travelling abroad, and really improve your English reading and listening skills, and range of vocabulary. Learn English and have fun at the same time. This mini-class will help you: ■ Learn more vocabulary! 5 Games to Make Online Assessments Fun ExitTicket Student Response System 5 Games to Make Online Assessments Fun Back when I was still using clickers for my Do Nows, students would race to be the first one to buzz in their answers. While I was uncomfortable seeing them rush the assessment, I loved seeing the joy factor. Ever since upgrading to ExitTicket, I’ve been able to implement more fun while building rich data analytics that reveal so much about my students’ comprehension. Here’s my go-to list of games to make online assessments fun (with high-impact instructional gains):

A great website for ELL students. The user can search for printable activities using a student level and age. by lauravennard Jul 13

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