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Learn English with videos

Learn English with videos
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Learn English Video Here are all my 'learn English videos' so far. I'll be putting up more very often, so why not sign up for my newsletter (and get a free copy of my phrasal verbs e-book) or RSS feed to hear when I have a new one? Stative Verbs This video talks about stative verbs- what they are and how we should use them. It also talks about all the difficult exceptions. For a list of stative verbs, and exercises, go to this page. How To Use The Present Simple Tense, Part 1: This video explains about when we need to use the present simple tense (see this page about the present simple for more information.) Fifty Common Irregular Verbs: This video gives the infinitive, past simple and past participle of 50 irregular verbs. Present Tenses Exercise: Practise your present simple and present continuous with this video - put the verb into the correct tense, then listen to the answer. Past Simple or Present Perfect Exercise Practise the difference between the present perfect and past simple tenses here.

Engelska åk 9 - Nationella prov i främmande språk, Göteborgs universitet Här ges exempel på olika typer av uppgifter som har förekommit och kan förekomma i nationella prov i årskurs 9. Provuppgifterna kommer framför allt från utprövningsmaterial som inte använts i prov, men också från tidigare givna prov, som inte längre omfattas av sekretess. Observera att dessa uppgifter främst avser att exemplifiera olika typer av uppgifter som kan förekomma i proven, så elever inte ska känna sig främmande för hur de ska genomföra en uppgift i provsituationen alla typer av uppgifter inte förekommer varje gång och att nya format kan komma att introduceras exempeluppgifterna inte sammantaget utgör hela, representativa prov - vare sig när det gäller omfång, svårighetsgrad eller autenticitet Lgr11 (i A3 format) Speaking The World Around Us (Elevblad)Blå kortRöda kort Bedömningsanvisningar Reading Welcome to Wales Bedömningsanvisningar A Multicultural CityBedömningsanvisningar Young and FreeBedömningsanvisningar Native LanguagesBedömningsanvisningar Odd NewsBedömningsanvisningar Listening

eTwinning Italia Didattica online, i migliori tools a disposizione dei docenti Tentare di innovare e rendere più efficace la didattica tradizionale non è certamente compito facile, eTwinning prova a farlo mettendo a disposizione una piattaforma sociale su cui poter lavorare e condividere materiale, tuttavia è naturale considerare come principale attore di questa sorta di “rivoluzione” del fare scuola è e deve essere soprattutto il docente. Ciò avviene attraverso un cambiamento di approccio, tecniche di insegnamento, ambiente, contesto ma anche, semplicemente, attraverso l’utilizzo di nuovi strumenti a supporto dell’insegnamento. Stiamo parlando dei tools didattici online che, in versione gratuita, possono fornire un importante supporto all’attività quotidiana degli insegnanti, ed in particolare agli eTwinners. Si tratta in sostanza di utilizzare e sfruttare le potenzialità offerte dalle TIC ai fini di ottimizzare e rendere più interattiva e coinvolgente la lezione. Animoto Surveymonkey Di Lorenzo Mentuccia

Why do we binge-watch (and is it actually good for us)? - BBC Ideas ESL Listening Comprehension Exercises: Movie clips to practice English | ELL/ELT SECTION 1: Movie Clips Learning through media (movies, music, etc.) is one of the best ways to learn a new language. The exercises below use movie clips to help you to better understand spoken English. Here's what you do: Click on the video you want to watch below.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! The Great Gatsby The Hummingbird Project Silver Linings Playbook Away We Go Bolt Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Chronicle The Avengers Adventureland The Royal Tenenbaums NOTE: All of these videos are protected by copyright.

Video Lesson: Mr. Bean Follow me on twitter This is a video lesson based around the video “Mr. Bean packs his suitcase” thanks to British Council for bringing it to my attention in their lesson plan on making predictions but I’ve adapted it for use in different ways with different levels. Kids and lower levels The aim of this lesson plan is to practice holiday vocabulary (clothes and items that go in a suitcase) and some basic grammar structure. Project a picture of a suitcase on to the board (or draw one) and ask “What do you put in your suitcase when you go on holiday?” toothbrushtoothpasteswimming shorts/trunkstowelunderpantscan of baked beanscloth/flannelsoapbooksuitcasetrousersshortsshoesteddy bearscissors You could also use this quizlet set to go over clothes vocabulary. If children are old enough to write, put them in pairs and hand out post-it-notes and a pencil to each pair. Mr. in his suitcase. Then stick all the post-its on the board and show the video. Higher levels – video dictations Objects: Verbs:

10+ Easy TV Series to Learn English | Learn English Online Last updated: September 05, 2020 Is it a good idea to improve your English watching TV series? Of course! I will tell you today about the great TV series to learn English with. They are easier to understand than others if you just start practising natural English. While TV shows like Sherlock, Doctor Who, Games of Thrones, or Suits are fun to watch, they are quite difficult to understand for English learners. If you are an Elementary or Intermediate English learner without everyday contact with English, you need to prepare yourself for difficult stuff. Why use TV series to learn English? First of all, they are fun! But also don’t forget that TV series: improve your listening skillsdevelop your confidence in understanding Englishteach you tons of speaking phrases and cool vocabulary You can watch TV series in English with English subtitles on ororo.tv. List of easy TV series to learn English with I always advise starting with learning programmes like EXTRA or documentaries. Futurama Episodes Alf

Learning English Video Project The Internet is such a splendid tool for communicating with people and finding out how people are doing things differently all over the world. I want the Learning English Video Project to really be a part of that.Daniel Emmerson, Director About the Project Director's Blog Resources Frequently Asked Questions Can't see these films in your country? Try these links Encounters in the UK You sleep on it and next day you feel...yeah, something got in Encounters in the UK is the 7th and final film in this documentary mini-series. Thoughts from Brazil The more you talk, the better you get Thoughts from Brazil looks at modern trends in learning English, especially for children and teens. Insights from China Never say die Based in the busy, cosmopolitan city of Shanghai, Daniel Emmerson's latest film Insights from China takes us inside the worlds of English language learning and teaching and the airline industry in China. Conversations in Spain Tales from America This film is set in New York City.

London Short Fiction: Mud Man Continuing our series of short fiction set in, or influenced by London. This week’s story by Melaina Barnes is the winner of our competition with the British Academy’s Literature Week to find a new modern fairy tale for London. To explore the Literature Week programme — running 11-17 May — and register for events visit the British Academy’s website. Out he comes, dredged from the canal. The narrow-boat girls pat him, tend him, talk to him. –Mate. Clive has a fitful night with dreams of icy water and miring weeds. The next day, his wife leaves early. Clive takes a sip of tea. Clive wakes from a doze and tells himself he’s been dreaming. Clive lies fully dressed on top of the bed and watches TV. His wife chops onions. Clive’s wife arranges for him to see a counsellor. Londonist is proud to be media partner to the British Academy’s Literature Week. Copyright, Melaina Barnes, image by Ekaterina Nosenko in the Londonist Flickr pool. Fairy tales The Fingernail Fairy: Do you believe in her?

Daily Dose of Internet #1 – ELT Planning I love Daily Dose of Internet. I feel like adding some ‘Daily Dose Springboard’ posts. These vids are a nice resource for a bit of speaking practice at the start/end of a lesson but can also be exploited much more. General Question: Which clip did you find the most interesting / strange / surprising? Springboard activities: Activity 1: pause the video at 0:19 Write a four-line dialogue between two people travelling in the car ahead. Perform the dialogue. Activity 2: pause at 0:45 Explain how this happened. The guy wearing green was… However, he didn’t realise that… Activity 3: play from 0:46 – 0:56 Transcribe the narration from the video. Answer: This person was trying to land a small plane in rough conditions. (Phrases in bold are suggested segments for highlighting features of connected speech) Activity 4: play from 1:17 – 1:35 What exactly is the guy trying to explain? Activity 5: play from 1:35 – 1:51 You are the woman at the bus stop. Or You are a passerby. Activity 6: play from 1:52 – 2:15

Online reading comprehension lessons for kids Sample Lesson: Click to Play Grade 4: reading comprehension. Explore the elements of the story 'the missing ice cream' with Denzel at the Movie Club. Grade 4 Reading Comprehension Explore the elements of the story 'the missing ice cream' with Denzel at the Movie Club. K5 helps kids learn to love reading through good comprehension K5's online reading comprehension lessons focus on helping elementary school kids to actively understand what they are reading. Beyond decoding words Reading comprehension is a skill separate from the understanding or ‘decoding’ of individual words. The enjoyment of reading comes from comprehension, not decoding words. Comprehension skills need to be taught, not just tested Our online lessons provide full instructions; we don’t just provide passages followed by a Q&A. Key skills developed are We place your child at the right instruction level K5 kids start by completing an online assessment of their reading skills. 300+ online reading comprehension activities

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