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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Great Infographics for Language T... Part One : ( Click HERE to access this part ) Definite and indefinite articlesAll about AdjectivesPunctuation Passive VoiceWhen to use e.g and i.e Here is what the second part is aboutPart Two : ( Scroll down to read Part Two ) 1- How to Use Quotation Marks and Punctuation 2- Subjective I wish I were 3- Modal Verbs 4- Parallel Structure Part 3 : ( Click Here to access this part )

Teach them English This is the second in a new series of posts for the start of 2015 in which I’ll offer simple solutions to the most common problems for newly qualified language teachers. In my first post, I looked at how time will place a lot of constraints on you as a teacher and offered some advice on making the most of what time you do have. In today’s post, I’ll look at what’s in store for you as a newly qualified teacher in terms of professional development and what you can do to make the most of what will be available to you. Let me start by telling you about the start of my career…

Printables from A to Z from Homeschool Creations The printables shared on this site are FREE of charge and you are welcome to download them for your personal and/or classroom use only. However, free or purchased printables are NOT to be reproduced, hosted, sold, or stored on any other website or electronic retrieval system {such as Scribd or Google docs}. My printables are copyright protected and I appreciate your help in keeping them that way. :) If you download and use some of my printables and then blog about them, please provide a link back to my blog and let me know ~ I’d love to see how you are using them! Please be sure to link to the blog post or web page - and not directly to the file itself. Thank you!

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 7 of The Best Chrome Apps for EFL and ESL Students February 27, 2015 Today we are sharing with you some useful Chrome apps to help your students with their language learning. These apps are particularly helpful for EFL and ESL learners. They (the apps) provide a wide variety of activities, games, flashcards and exercises on language practice. Almost all of them are geared towards solidifying students' vocabulary learning and empowering learners with a rich and diversified lexicon to assist them in their writing and reading comprehension. 1- Duolingo

Peek of the week 10 - great videos and channels on YouTube Peek of the week 10 focuses on channels and inspirational videos on YouTube. What they have in common? They are informative, often funny and graphically appealing and, not to forget, they are in English. Here are some of my favorites.. Apart from English, I also teach History and I really like Epic Rap Battles .

Rubrics - Fanfiction Before you start writing I want you to take a look below, since it definitely will improve your writing. As an introduction, before you start writing, you need to give the reader some information. Answer the questions and then include both questions and answers in your text. 1. Read the wiki on how to write Fanfiction 2. 20 More Ways To Be A Better English Language Teacher (Part 2) In the first part of these blog postings, we looked at various ways to develop and enhance your career as a language teacher with 20 ideas which could be incorporated within your personal CPD goals or aims. The second part of this series looks at another 20 ideas which you could incorporate at any stage of your ELT career. Before I start this blog post, I would like to thank all those that have visited this post – it has been the most popular blog post on this website despite only being live for a short period.

14 Expressions with Crazy Origins that You Would Never Have Guessed Guest post by Anais John You probably use tons of expressions, idioms, and slang phrases every day that don’t make literal sense. If you ever thought long and hard about why you say something a certain way, you could probably make a guess. However, some English expressions are so crazy and unusual that it is impossible to guess where on earth it originated from — unless you know the history. In case you didn’t know, historical events, legends, important figures, religion, and even advertisements form the basis of many expressions used today. Here are the origins of some of the most interesting idioms! 50 Free Animation Tools And Resources For Digital Learners 50 Animation Tools & Resources For Digital Learners by Lisa Chesser, opencolleges.edu.au A purple monster with wild curls spiraling out of control explains the economics of oil production in the Sudan to students in Los Angeles, Sydney, Berlin, Jerusalem, and Riyadh.

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?”

Synonyms which are really needed . . . a list on 1 page List of Synonmys A collection of important synonyms grouped in categories: for teachers, writers and students of English alike. Important Synonyms - Popular words to use instead Common Synonyms — sorted by Category Top ten resources for teachers The internet is a great place for English language teachers, if you know to where to look! Here are my top ten resources (ok I cheated a bit by grouping some!) – have you used them all yet? Conversely: What is your favourite resource?

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