The Poetry of 'Doctor Who' Shakespeare is stuck for a rhyme for TARDIS. Poetry has come to play a large part in the way Doctor Who tells a story. If, for example, you wish to add an unsettling undercurrent to a cozy situation, why not have some children recited an eerily specific poem in a spooky way? Or sing a little song with dark lyrics? And if you want to suggest gravitas, simply throw in an apposite quote from some classic verse. Both approaches suggest that the events that are about to unfold were always going to unfold, because in the future (or the past, the Doctor gets about), they are already legendary. 21 Web Sites and Apps with Engaging Writing Prompts Journals and blogs are a great way to get students to practice writing consistently. Set a daily writing prompt and give your students about 5 minutes at the beginning of class to respond in their journals or blogs. They can finish the rest of the writing during their free time and you can access once a week or every other week. To keep students engaged and really enhance their writing skills, vary the types of writings and prompts. Get students to write short essays, emails, sms, status updates, note-taking, comics, short stories, prose, reviews, arguments, scripts, summaries, biographies, poems, headlines, news articles, and any other writing you feel will help them throughout their lives. You can also mix in some past writing prompts from exams they will have to take for ongoing practice.
Àmbit Lingüístic CEFIRE-SAGUNT - Poems Skip to main content Try Wikispaces Classroom now. Brand new from Wikispaces. guest Join | Help | Sign In Poetry Day: 10 British Actors Read 10 British Poems Today is National Poetry Day (October 2) in the UK, and the Brits have always done pretty well at providing the world with poems and people who are good at reading poems, here are 10 poetic moments, provided by some of our favorite actors and actresses. Starting with Benedict Cumberbatch reading “Ode to a Nightingale” by John Keats: And, getting our Anglophenia big two out of the way early, here’s Tom Hiddleston reading W.H. Auden’s “As I Walked Out One Evening,” which uses the folk ballad tradition to draw comparisons between the streets of a city and the fields of the country, with the city clock reminding one and all that natures cycles of birth and death are never too far away:
A new book to solve your conversation class problems General English classes, especially intensive courses in summer, can mean having to think up a speaking topic for an hour every day. The classic solution (once Taboos and Issues is exhausted and please tell me you’re not using the “conversation” methods on the Breaking News English site) is an article hastily photocopied from The Metro (if you’re teaching in a UK city) or an article not so hastily downloaded from the internet after you wasted an hour trawling sites for something your students could read in five minutes. But if you do that too often, without prepping any questions or vocab exercises or something to make it actually useful for the students beyond what is now essentially a reading lesson not a speaking lesson, it makes you look lazy and unprepared. When you’re not getting paid to prep you need something that saves you the most time but maximises class time. The method involves a text but, crucially, the discussion is done before the reading.
Conversation Worksheets - Crime The ESL worksheets and teacher's notes on this page are in PDF format. You are free to download, print and photocopy them unmodified for classroom use. Crime | Teacher's NotesA globally relevant topic for discussion - everybody will have something to say about this! Vocabulary is practised with a sequencing exercise which introduces the students to some useful topic-based words and phrases. Pronunciation is practised through a "stress placement" exercise.
MyRead Guide – Reading for Drama Role Play Corinne Dorsett-Dand & Margaret King Monitoring and Assessment Four Resources Guideposts How to Complain in English You can complain when you are not satisfied or happy with a service, product or event. You should try to be polite as the person you are talking to will be more willing to help you solve the problem than if you talk to them in an angry, condescending manner. Some phrases you can use to help you complain in English: I’m sorry to say this but… There seems to be a problem with… There appears to be something wrong with… I was expecting ______ but… Sorry to bother you but… I want to complain about… I have to make a complaint about… I hate to tell you but… I’m angry about… I’m not satisfied with… I don’t understand why… Excuse me but there is a problem… Would you mind…? This is unfair. /I don’t think this is fair. This is ridiculous. / I think this is ridiculous.
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Team-working skills Video Worksheet Teacher's Notes The aim of this video is to help students understand team-working skills. Exercises based on material from Pre-intermediate to Advanced levels of Open Mind (and the Mind series for American English learners) have been provided in the teacher's notes and worksheet to use alongside the video. About the Visual A dictionary with a new point of view that catches the eye and enriches the mind. 20,000 terms with contextual definitions,developed by terminology experts; 6,000 full-color images of a wide variety of objects from all aspects of life; One essential reference.