EMELI SANDÉ LYRICS - Read All About It (Pt. III) You've got the words to change a nation But you're biting your tongue You've spent a life time stuck in silence Afraid you'll say something wrong If no one ever hears it how we gonna learn your song? So come on, come on Come on, come on You've got a heart as loud as lions So why let your voice be tamed? Listen to English and learn English with podcasts in English ►Go to travelogues Follow the pie team on their travels and learn English along the way ►Go to pie plus Our monthly magazine with news, videos, information worksheets and our monthly competition. Take a look! ►Go to extras
Smart people listen to Radiohead and dumb people listen to Beyoncé, according to study How does a person’s intelligence relate to the type of music they listen to? For the last several years, a software application writer by the name of Virgil Griffith has charted musical tastes based on the average SAT scores of various college institutions. For example, students attending the California Institute of Technology have an average SAT score of 1520. By looking at Facebook to determine the most popular (or — “liked”) band of students at Cal Tech, Griffith was able to conclude that Radiohead really truly is music for smart people. 50 Ways To Use Music & Song I’m presently working hard on a number of forthcoming 50 lists to go along with the dozen I’ve already come up with. Some of the lists forthcoming are; * 50 ways to teach writing* 50 ways to activate creativity and inquiry* 50 ways to foster reading skills* 50 great apps for teaching and learning English* 50 thoughts to help transform education EFL Classroom 2.0members, get all the current lists to read, inform, help their teaching. By far the most popular has been 50 Ways To Use Music & Song, thousands upon thousands of views and downloads.
10 Ways To Use Songs In The EFL Classroom Gap Fill The most obvious one but not without its merits. Most people simply delete random words and then let the students fill them in. This can help students practice listening in a fun way, but there are other ways of doing it. Focus on a particular word form, adjectives or past simple verbs, for example. Men vs. Women: gender gap, gender roles - Absolutenglish Here are a few resources and activities I have recently used in class as part of a lesson on Gender Gap and gender Roles. The lesson starts with a sentence to punctuate. woman without her man is nothing I usually just write the words on the board and ask the students to think about it and do it in their exercise book first, then they come to the board to punctuate, in turn.
Listening Listening Lessons Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - Idioms and phrases using the word 'Dog'. Get the phone! - A listening exercise. Listen to the phone conversation and then answer the questions. Listening Exercise: The Birthday Party - A listening exercise. BusyTeacher.org Hello, this is another activity dealing with phonetics symbols, this time it is a song from a well-knwon band called Muse, and the song is Can't take my eyes off you. In the first exercise SS have to complete a crossword with words from the song but the clues are given in phonetics; then SS will complete the song with the missing words. Hope you like it.Chinos
TEACHING WITH SONGS Teaching with Songs is organised into two categories according to whether they have been chosen to present ,or further revise ,a point of Grammar or Vocabulary or because , at that time ,my students or myself fancied the song. They have also been awarded “hearts” according to the difficulty of the song or the proposed activity, being Five Hearts the maximun difficulty. Bear in mind that most videos have been embedded form Youtube so they might be no longer available.
Podcast: Gender Roles Podcast: Gender Roles Whose job is it to take out the trash in your family? Is there such a thing as “pink jobs” and “blue jobs”? ESL Podcast Blog Welcome to ESL Podcast Blog So Go Ahead and Sue Me, Taylor Swift I can’t say that I have never, never, never listened to a song by Taylor Swift, but I can say that I’m not exactly (I’m not really) a fan of her music.