Hörförståelse med strategier som hjälp | Min undervisning Vi arbetar med hörförsteålse i min språkvalsgrupp, de elever som inte läser något språk, och programmet vi utgår från är News Reel Easy från UR. Programmet är ett par minuter långt och finns också i en svårare variant här. Eftersom jag har elever som inte når målen i engelska och många främst behöver träna på att lyssna så arbetar jag med strategier för att ge dem verktyg för att lyssna aktivt. Som ni ser är det samma upplägg med strategier som vid läsning och det ger dem en röd tråd av att strategier är tillämpbara vid många olika uppgifter. Vi gör så här: Förutspå: 1. 2. Reda ut oklarheter 3. 4. Ställer frågor och sammanfatta: 5. 6. 7.
Student News - May 2, 2014 (CNN Student News) -- May 2, 2014 Covered this Friday: Malaysia's government releases a preliminary report on a missing plane, and Nigerians search for the kidnappers of hundreds of girls. In the U.S., a former president joins American veterans on the mountain bike trail, and a Maryland educator receives one of the highest honors in his field. On this page you will find today's show Transcript, the Daily Curriculum, and a place for you to leave feedback. Click here to access the transcript of today's CNN Student News program. Please note that there may be a delay between the time when the video is available and when the transcript is published. Click here for a printable version of the Daily Curriculum (PDF). Media Literacy Question of the Day: What message does it send when a president or other high-profile leader honors individuals for their contributions to society? Weekly Newsquiz: The following questions relate to events that were covered this week on CNN Student News. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
The 8 Best Audio/Video News and Current Affairs Websites to Learn English. I’m currently really tied up with checking exams, so I’m going to make the introduction to this blog post really brief. I’m sure you have enough on your plate, too. June is usually a hectic month for almost everybody, isn’t it? So, how do you keep up with the latest news? Or maybe, are you one of those who, sick and tired of reading bad news, have decided to completely isolate yourself from the world? If you are one of those, I kindly suggest you make an exception for the sake of learning and improving your English. This is my selection of the best audio/video news and current affairs websites to learn English. I have looked at the following features in all the websites: If the news is written in levelsIf the same news is written/read at different levelsIf it is audio news or video newsIf the transcript is providedIf the site provides a ready-to-use lesson plan for the newsAny other relevant additional content The image below is interactive. • The news.
Newsreel: 2014-01-25 Nyheter från hela den engelskspråkiga världen, presenterade på lätt engelska. Rubriker: Amerikan betalar 350 000 dollar för att få jaga noshörningar. För varmt för tennis i Australien. Malta-pass till salu. Här kan du skapa egna klipp ur programmet Hjälp Stäng 1. Se en film om hur man skapar klipp. DelaKopiera länken genom att trycka ctrl+C på PC eller cmd+C på Mac. School Report - Lesson 4: Broadcasting news This lesson explains how to group stories into bulletins and the art of presentation. It also introduces the art of headline writing. Video: Broadcasting News - Huw Edwards BBC newsreader Huw Edwards explains what's involved in broadcasting the news. Whether it's standing in front of the camera, talking into the mic or publishing a written story on the web, broadcasting is when you tell everyone your story. You can recap the key points from video with this accompanying worksheet, or read a transcript of the video: Key points: Broadcasting news [27.46]Transcript: Broadcasting news [23.28] A Welsh language version of the video is also available, together with a transcript. Presenting Masterclass - Ellie Crisell, BBC 1's 8pm summary Ellie Crisell, presenter of BBC One's 90-second news bulletin, reveals what goes into making a polished news bulletin. Key points: Presenting Masterclass Transcript: Presenting Masterclass  Activity: Present a script Sample Scripts [22.90] Quiz
Free IELTS Listening tests - IELTS-up Here you can find full IELTS Listening Tests and answers to them. All tests are constantly being renewed and correspond to the real exam sections. To get your IELTS Listening score calculated, just follow this procedure: Choose one of the tests below and click on the first section of it. Learn more about IELTS Listening test IELTS Listening test 1 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 2 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 3 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 4 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 5 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 6 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 7 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 8 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 9 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 10 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 11 (40 questions) IELTS Listening test 12 (40 questions)
Yes, you can learn English. - Simple English News WHAT’S GOING ON IN THIS PICTURE - The Learning Network Blog Photo Students 1. What is going on in this picture? Read more… Updated: Oct. 2, 2015 1. Read more… Updated: Sept. 25, 2015 1. Read more… Updated: Sept. 18, 2015 Welcome back, students and teachers. We’re excited to begin our fourth year of “What’s Going On in This Picture?” We hope students will continue to join our moderators at Visual Thinking Strategies in responding to other students, making the feature truly an interschool conversation. Please note that we’re delaying the reveal until Friday mornings this year to allow students additional time to comment on the image and to reply to other students. Thank you for participating. Read more… Updated: June 2, 2015 Note: This is our final “What’s Going On in This Picture?” 1. What’s going on in this picture? Read more… Updated: May 19, 2015 Note: We’ve switched to the more advanced commenting system used by the rest of The New York Times. To write a comment, each student first needs to register by hitting the comment button at the bottom of this post.
Listening Comprehension – Toilet Training the Cat – Stuart McLean – The Canswedian English Teacher Last year, Canada lost a national treasure – Stuart McLean. He began his radio program The Vinyl Cafe in 1994, and to date has recorded more than 400 stories on CBC radio (Canadian Broadcast Company). It got to be so popular that he traveled throughout small town Canada with musical acts and shared his stories about Dave, Morley, Sam and Stephanie on the Vinyl Cafe with that old radio voice that captivated so many. Now, thanks to the wonder of Spotfiy – The Vinyl Cafe, I get to sit in my kitchen every Sunday morning with my coffee and become entranced once more… now it is even more special because sometimes my 8 year old daughter sits with me too. The Vinyl Cafe is perfect for higher level listening comprehension exercises. So here you go – Toilet Training the Cat .