Vocabulary Games and Quizzes for ESL kids Here you will find a collection of online acivities that give children an opportunity to practise basic English vocabulary in a fun way:• word games »• tests and quizzes »The word games introduce young learners to 360 useful English words. The tests and quizzes allow children to consolidate new vocabulary and revise what they have learnt.Also, you can download printable materials for lots of our online vocabulary activities.Have fun! word games Practise new English words with the help of our interactive topic-based word games: memory, spelling and guess-the word games.Play and learn English at the same time! memory games » Test your memory! spelling games » Unscramble letters to spell the words. guess-the-word games » Try to guess the mystery words letter by letter. ↑ top tests and quizzes Test yourself to check what you have learnt. picture tests » Topic-based picture tests, focused on basic English vocabulary, are fun, easy to play, and suitable for very beginners. vocabulary quizzes »
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PodOmatic | Podcast - Manoj Kurup Ramadas' Podcast untitled PLoS - Public Library of Science & Medicine 11041762 787806257970296 5867652708260210325 n 1,197 ESL Songs For Teaching English Worksheets Music can be a great way to connect with your students. Even students who aren’t fluent in English often know the words of popular songs phonetically, which makes these songs ideal resources for teaching your students certain forms of grammar, as well as vocabulary. Many students are happy to work with the unusual phrasing of song lyrics, because they’re learning new meanings for a piece of music that already has meaning in their lives. You might never have noticed it before, but many songs’ lyrics involve just one single tense - which means that as soon as you find a song that contains the tense you want to teach, you’ve got the makings of an exercise that your students will love. They’ll get to brag to their non-English-speaking friends that they know exactly what the song’s lyrics say, so they’ll be extra-motivated to stick with you throughout the activity to make sure they learn those meanings correctly.
How to Search for Publicly Shared Google Docs, Slides, and Spreadsheets Searching by file type and searching by domains is a great way for students to refine their Google searches. Searching for and within a DOC, a PPT, or XLS file can lead students to resources that they might not otherwise have seen. But increasingly a lot of us are creating our documents, slides, and spreadsheets in Google Drive. Many of us are then publishing those files for anyone in the world to see. Thanks to the Google for Education Google+ page, today I was reminded that you can perform a Google search to look for publicly shared Docs, Slides, and Spreadsheets. To search for a public Google Document: enter site:docs.google.com after your search term. To search for a public Google Slides presentation: enter site:docs.google.com/presentation/ after your search term.To search for a public Google Drive Spreadsheet: enter site:docs.google.com/spreadsheets/ after your search term.
cold drink ESL Lounge: Songs for English Teaching. Free song lyrics using songs in the esl classroom It's great to use songs in the class, if only to do something a little different. But beyond using them solely to give your students some 'light relief', there are many other ways songs can be used in ESL classrooms to consolidate what students have already learnt. Have a song to request? Go to our contact page. if you know what you're looking for Quick Jump to: We also have a separate section for children's songs. Here are some ideas for the use of songs in the ESL class: Filling in the blanks Songs are often used in this way in the ESL classroom. Listening Comprehension Instead of doing your usual listening comprehension out of the course books, do a song instead. Phonetics You can use a song with a clear rhyme pattern to do some phonetics work on particular phonemes. Strips of Paper The lyrics you will find on this site can be cut up into strips which then need to be reconstructed as the song unfolds. Vocabulary Idea from Sarah, Toronto: requests