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A Journey in TEFL

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ESLjokes.net - Jokes for learning and teaching English

ESL Jokes

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great little warmers here... and all graded!!  What more could you ask for on a Monday morning?!!

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Listed: Poems inspired by paintings | Visual arts reviews, news & interviews | The Arts Desk

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A selection of 10 great poems and the paintings that inspired them. Art feature by Fisun Guner

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Tracee Orman's curator insight, December 26, 2013 9:02 AM

Great list of poems inspired by artwork. Common Core Reading Standard #7

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Praise and encouragement phrases you can use to show you appreciate English words

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150 different ways to praise and encouragement phrases that you can use to show you appreciate your friends,Great!, Phenomenal!, Superb!, Cool!, Out Of Sight!, Excellent!, Unbelievable Work!, Two Thumbs Up!, You've Got It!

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20 More Ways To Be A Better English Language Teacher (Part 2)

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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...

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Modifying comparatives

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Levels: B1 and higher (some activities are suitable for pre-intermediate students) Type of course: General English/Business English; some activities suitable for IELTS students Length: Depending on...

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Teacher Training Unplugged Part 2 | ELT Reflections

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Teacher Training Unplugged Part 2...


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develop students creativity | ELT Guide

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Posts about develop students creativity written by Mohamed Ramadan

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Ceri Jones: The dog ate it (micro writing activities) | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

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Habit is … : A Journey in TEFL

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More than just a worksheet: how to write effective classroom materials.

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Many teachers produce their own materials, either from necessity or to provide something more tailored to the needs of their students. However, writing materials for a whole lesson, which really en...

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5 Fun Activities For the Monday Morning : A Journey in TEFL

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IRREGULAR VERBS LIST -ranked by their use frequency | ESL Lounge


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Monica MIRZA's curator insight, February 26, 8:56 AM

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I've just thought of asking every student to reorder the verbs in this chart (one page only -otherwise they might get lost), according to what they think is their own personal frequency of use. Then, they should create a sentence for the 5 most/least used ones : first they'd choose a topic, so that they might relate the 10 sentences with each other to create a (very) short story. Hmm... hope I'm being plain enough. Shall possibly refine the exercise instructions later on.

Marcelo Triviño's curator insight, April 27, 7:12 AM

Nice verb list organized by frecuency.
http://www.esl-lounge.com/premium/samples/irregular-verbs.pdf

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Welcome to the Esl-Classroom

English grammar, reading,vocabulary and Canadiana exercises for students of English as a second language.

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Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, February 25, 1:18 PM

Interesgaria if you want to  flip your classroom

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Guided Collaborative Story Writing : A Journey in TEFL

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ID Strategies to Present Content

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This blog post shares some interesting id strategies for presenting content in a logical manner that really helps learners to retain and recall information quickly and easily.Read more ›

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Amy Melendez's curator insight, June 21, 7:13 AM

Instructional design "game plan" that focuses on learner participation. Very clearly explained and helpful article for anyone that is developing classes and presenting.

 

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A Professional Learning Teacher Toolkit

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Suzanne's curator insight, June 20, 7:01 AM

Great resources to improve and enhance your teaching.

Christiane Moisés's curator insight, June 25, 12:24 PM

adult learning

Donna Bownds's curator insight, June 27, 7:09 AM

Great when planning PD

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Concept Checking Revisited

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This is the first (hopefully) in a series of posts going Back to Basics, re-examining techniques and ideas introduced on teacher training courses. Many teachers are introduced to the idea of concep...

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World Cup Lesson Ideas : A Journey in TEFL

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The 15 Punctuation Marks in Order of Difficulty - Infographic

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Ever wonder why you can't figure out when and where to stick a comma? It's probably because commas, by far, have more rules and applications than any other punctuation mark. But why do so many people use the semicolon incorrectly? Comparatively, it should be one of the easiest punctuation marks to master. And why doesn't anybody seem to use the en dash?

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Scott Holcomb's curator insight, June 11, 11:10 AM

I still need this!?!

niftyjock's curator insight, June 15, 10:57 PM

Finally an infographic tool I can use!

Chad C. Rogers's curator insight, June 20, 6:12 AM

Of note. 

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Narratives of change in education

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A doctor and a teacher from the 19th century climb into a time machine (possibly built by a Silicon Valley dude trying to disrupt the past) and travel to the 20th/21st century. The doctor visits an...

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Cecilia Cicolini's curator insight, May 12, 11:54 AM

Has education remained the same?

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Getting Ready to Write A Story : A Journey in TEFL

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Chain Story Tweets : A Journey in TEFL

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Dictation in EFL | Online TEFL Training

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Graphic Organizers for Writing

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A selection of graphic organizers for writing. The organizers are in PDF format, ready to print and use.

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Lou Salza's curator insight, March 6, 12:44 PM

Awesome site! robust tools! These graphic outlines provide  practice in two important skills for students with language or organizational challenges. First the organizers provide an external structured process and product for students with a need to break complex composition and communication tasks down into smaller steps. Second--as students use these outlines, they become 'internalized' --a cognitive tool equipping them with a ready made schema that increases comprehension of what they hear and read. --Lou

Judith Morais's curator insight, April 7, 4:23 AM

A range of prompts, templates etc to encourage and develop writing skills.

Ness Crouch's curator insight, April 20, 3:28 PM

Some useful pages here!

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SuperLame! Comic Word Balloons, Speech Bubbles, and Thought Balloons, etc.

SuperLame! Comic Word Balloons, Speech Bubbles, and Thought Balloons, etc. | Fun Lessons for Teaching English | Scoop.it
Upload pictures, add word balloons, speech bubbles, and thought balloons, then export it. Once you've got a balloon photo done, you can email it to a friend or save to your hard drive as a JPEG. You never have to login or subscribe to anything.

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