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Write Better Emails & Letters. Student - Learn English for Free! English Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading & Listening. Grammar guide Comprehensive guide to all areas of English grammar.

Student - Learn English for Free! English Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading & Listening

Clear explanations Easy-to-follow examples Simple memorable rules and tips grammar exercises Check your understanding using fun grammar quizzes. Gap fill, multiple choice and matching Each exercises marked and graded Continue to next level when you're ready! Our android & iOS app the English Learning Lounge Download The English Learning Lounge and give your English learning a boost. The FREE app that doesn't stress you and test you - it explains, then checks. Are you too busy to do a long, expensive English course? The English Learning Lounge is the free English learning app from Android Version ~ Apple Version listening Different dialects of English (UK, US, etc) Variety of exercises: multiple choice, gap-fill, true/false and more Full transcripts available.

Advanced. Writing: mini things. 20 Top-notch Resources to Transform Your Advanced ESL Lessons. Sometimes walking into an advanced ESL lesson is a little bit daunting.

20 Top-notch Resources to Transform Your Advanced ESL Lessons

Advanced learners already have robust vocabularies and are often more comfortable with grammar than many native English speakers. So we teachers are often stuck with the question: “What can I even teach them?” Luckily, we’re teaching in the days of the World Wide Web. It takes some digging, but the Internet is an absolute treasure trove of fantastic resources for advanced ESL lessons.

Some of these resources are specially tailored for ESL students. We’ve done the digging for you, so the next time you’re running low on ideas for your advanced classes, look no further than these 20 top-notch resources. Academic Skills One thing that advanced lessons often focus on is academic skills. These resources are great for any teacher working on improving their students’ ability to compete in the academic world. 1.

There’s a certain kind of vocabulary that students need if they’re going to be completing their education in English. 2. Advanced. Larry Ferlazzo - Online tools. These include The Best Web Tools For English Language Learners (In Other Words, The Ones My Students Regularly Use) and The Best Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced English Language Learner Sites. Now, though, I think it's time to narrow them down to my choices for the "best of the best" or, in other words, an "All-Time Best" list. Here are my choices, and I hope readers will let me know if they agree, disagree, and/or think I've missed some (one key requirement is that they are all free to use).

Some of the sites I list could go in multiple categories, but I have placed them in the "domains" I believe they help the most: Obviously, The British Council has tons of great resources. I particularly like their animated Short Stories. I'm obviously biased, but I think the weekly student interactives I create for The New York Times are very useful to English Language Learners. The Reading and Everyday Life activities from GCF LearnFree are excellent. Mrs. Absolute Radio Podcasts. Absolute Radio Podcasts. Learn British English with Luke Thompson. Graded English language dictations free online.

To Catch A Thief: Past simple and past continuous practice. Podcasting In Plain English - 20 Translation(s) English for Medicine – A Doctor's View. English File Student's Site. All English Lessons. Grammar Exercises - Simple Present. ESL/ELL-English Grammar and Vocabulary Tests, Worksheets, Free ESL Resources.

Marco común europeo de referencia para las lenguas: aprendizaje, enseñanza, evaluación. Índice. TeachingEnglish Compendium: favourite class games. Medical English worksheets, teaching resources and free printable activities for healthcare professionals. Free resources to learn English. 5 Inspiring TED Talks To Transform Your English Class - The Teaching Cove. It’s no secret that TED talks are all the rage in the English classroom.

5 Inspiring TED Talks To Transform Your English Class - The Teaching Cove

So, why write a teaching tips post about them if everyone uses them anyway? Well, I really believe that it’s not just about turning on Youtube or TED and letting your students listen. It’s the activities they do that make or break the lesson. I LOVE speaking activities. No surprise there – that’s what my PhD research is on! So, how do you do it right then, you ask? 3 Tips for Teaching TED 1. Controversy in my English class? You’ll be surprised by the passion some students (even teenagers) have for certain topics! 2. Personal relevance is especially important in teaching TED talks in private tutoring lessons! Make sure you consider your students’ ages to ensure it is personally relevant for them. 3. What’s that, you say?

Not sure how to create one? I have an example coming up for you in December Printables Package, which will be out shortly! Now, the inspiring part! 5 Inspiring TED Talks 1. Kio Stark thinks so. 2.