'"October 5th is World Teachers' Day. To celebrate the event, we have gathered a number of useful resources from across the site into one place. We also have several refections on becoming and being a teacher by our bloggers."
A parody (from Soomo Publishing) of the hit song Bad Romance by Lady Gaga is the basis of this TED-Ed lesson. The story of suffragette, Alice Paul, comes to life as references are made to historical events throughout the women's suffrage movement in the United States. It is recommended that viewers read the National Constitution Center's analysis of historical references, and the lyrics, to better understand the video.
There are tasks for vocabulary recycling, general revision and something to suit everyone in the classroom. Even better minimum preparation and differentiated outcomes mean everyone can concentrate on what really counts; learning.
What is it about London place names that makes them so difficult to pronounce? So Big Ben /bɪg ben/ is pretty easy, and as long as you miss the first /t/ in Westminster /wesmɪnstə/ it should roll off the tongue nicely. But what if you need to go to Tottenham Court Road, or Leicester
They say that travel broadens the mind but it’s also a great chance to improve your English. So whether you’re booking a flight or checking into a hotel, onestopenglish is here to help with a handy travel resources page for all your holiday requirements. Bon voyage!
This book was designed to help language teachers access the potential of new video-based technologies for the purpose of language learning. The book covers a wide range of theoretical aspects including using video in CLIL, task based learning, blended learning and the flipped classroom. The main focus is on the practicalities of how to use various web-based and mobile applications to create motivating and engaging learning opportunities. The book contains more than 40 step-by-step lesson plans t
Blogging on a regular basis has helped me understand what I do as a teacher. It has expanded my understanding of learning, forced me to read more widely about education as I search for ideas that may evolve into posts and added a new dimension to my reflective practice. Regular writing with an audience in mind has provided insight to the process of writing that I have shared with my students and the blog has become a resource I call upon when sharing ideas and planning with colleagues.
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