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RATTRAPER LES BASES, REPARTIR DE ZÉRO, AMELIORER COMPREHENSION ET EXPRESSION Coffret anglais débutant livre + 6 CD Judith Ward Pierre Gallego Le livre de Poche

RATTRAPER LES BASES, REPARTIR DE ZÉRO, AMELIORER COMPREHENSION ET EXPRESSION Coffret anglais débutant livre + 6 CD Judith Ward Pierre Gallego Le livre de Poche | La crème de la crème: The best sites for EFL, ESl learners | Scoop.it

Autrefois appelé "L'anglais en 90 leçons", cet ouvrage  est réédité régulièrement en changeant de nom et de prix. C'est encore le cas dernièrement . Le prix a encore baissé de 35 à 28, 40 euros

Le nom actuel au 24/04/2013 est celui affiché dans le titre.Prix TTC:28,00€ 

Les quatre-vingt-dix leçons ( 9 chapitres de 10 leçons sur un même thème), ont un niveau progressif qui vous mène de débutant complet jusqu'à la capacité à soutenir des conversations à vitesse normale sur les sujets de la vie courante. J'ai constaté que, bien utilisé, il permet réellement l'apprentissage ou le comblement des lacunes en compréhension orale et expression écrite en  autonomie guidée  ou par soi-même si l'on arrive à persévérer en y consacrant 15 à 20 minutes deux ou trois fois par semaine

 

Les thèmes: Faire connaissance, Entre jeunes gens, Une française en Angleterre, Vie de famille (1), Préparatifs de mariage, Un américain en Angleterre, Vie de famille (2), Amitiés anglo-américaines, A l'écoute de la radio.

Chaque leçon est organisée en trois sections :

-- un dialogue vivant et humoristique (pour une mémorisation plus facile) que vous pouvez écouter, comprendre, et répéter phrase par phrase ou mot à mot.
-- Une section de grammaire qui donne des explications sur les tournures ou constructions nouvelles introduites dans la leçon.
-- Des exercices : compréhension, réponses à des questions sur le texte, travail des verbes, prononciation, etc.

Parmi les points forts de "Anglais 90", c'est la seule méthode qui prononce et traduit dans leur contexte tous les mots (15 000 mots) en plus de tous les textes et exercices. J'ai constaté par expérience que ceci était un atout très net (permet de travailler en version thème et de vérifier que l'intégration est effective ou non. La cmbinaison Audio + texte + traduction   permet de créer des associations solides entre la prononciation et les mots et phrases écrites et la prononciation, compréhension et expression  peuvent être excellentes dès le départ et s'améliorer progressivement .

Cette méthode est très efficace.  Je vous conseille d'acheter le livre, quoi qu'il arrive (6,50€) pour pouvoir l'emmener partout avec le mp3  .La référence: "anglais débutant méthode 9O,  édition le livre de poche".

Elle existe aussi en Espagnol et en allemand.

 Le livre et les 6CD sont bon marché. la méthode va de débutant à B1, mais comporte beaucoup de vocabulaire de la vie courante utile à tous niveaux pour savoir se débrouiller et parler dans la quotidien, et l'audio permet de beaucoup progresser en compréhension. Ils sont enregistrés par différents acteurs à vitesse normale, ce qui habitue à différentes voix et accents;

Une version en ligne gratuite: " L'anglais d'aujourd'hui en 90 leçons", reprend sous forme interactive entièrement sonorisée la méthode  (ce livre pourra vous servir de manuel)..

Egalement  "l'espagnol en 90 leçons"Et aussi Videos chansons interactives, application mobile: l'audio des leçons anglais.


http://www.lapasserelle.com/sm/index.html

En cliquant sur le signe audio dans chaque leçon, vous pouvez entendre l'audio phrase par phrase ou mot par mot si vous cliquer sur un mot et tout le dialogue et voir la traduction. On peut y faire aussi les exos et la grammaire (cliquer sur chaque mot souligné) .

 Conseils: METHODE

Consacrer au moins 3 fois 20mn par semaine, ou des plages de 10Mn

1°) jouez la scène par coeur avec conviction avec un partenaire ou tout seul.

 2°)Posez vous plein de questions même en français sur l'unité: qui fait quoi, ou, que se passe -t-il ect. C'est extrêmement efficace....

 3°)Ne passez à une autre que quand vous savez tout traduire en utilisant le français, et revoyez régulièrement les leçons précédentes pour ancrez la mémoire à long terme, sinon, on oublie tout.

 Les situations doivent être intégrées et les phrases sortir toutes seules, sinon, ça ne sert pas à grand chose.

4°) Bonne idée : les mettre sur le lecteur MP3, les écouter en voiture, dans les transports, les queues, en faisant à manger, prenant sa douche ect. utiliser toute occasion pour écouter de l'anglais. Plus on écoute et réécoute, même passivement, plus on intègre...

5°)  ECOUTEZ, MEMORISEZ, REPETEZ,  COPIER TON, INTONATION, PRONONCIATION copiez ton, intonation, prononciation.

Vous vous souvenez, 20mn par jour, 10, 15MN TROIS FOIS PAR SEMAINE  valent mieux que 3h le week end. Le cerveau s'habitue.

6) refaire exos, et traduire de français en anglais jusqu'à ce que cela soit parfait. A ce moment là, vous avez acquis une compétence, fait un pas qui sera acquis définitivement si vous le vérifier une ou de fois quelques semaines plus tard..

Vous pouvez ainsi progresser en compréhension, expression, structures, vocabulaire de manière spectaculaire en rattrapant les bases. Si vous vous y tenez et progressez, merci de me faire un feed-back de temps en temps, qui pourra encourager à leur tour d'autres étudiants. Je peux enlever votre nom ou le laisser comme si vous le préférez.

Si vous passez ce message à d'autres personnes,  un feed-back éventuel de leur part, serait très utile à d'autres personnes avec des précision sur comment elles et vous avez utilisé le livre, ce qui a marché ou non, ce qui leur et vous a plu et déplu.

Un bon nombre d'étudiants motivés ont fait  des progrès spectaculaires grâce à cette méthode. Serez vous le prochain, la prochaine? je vous le souhaite


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AN AWSOME SITE:Learning English with HIP-HOP " For learners, teachers

AN AWSOME SITE:Learning English with HIP-HOP " For learners, teachers | La crème de la crème: The best sites for EFL, ESl learners | Scoop.it

FOR LEARNERS AND TEACHERS

"The English that a rapper or hip-hop artist uses is no better or worse than what a university professor is using," Mayeux said. "

 

And also:

 

Lessonplans for teachers :http://eslhiphop.com/category/teachers/

A wonderful example/

 

FOUND POETRY WITH RAP ALBUMS/  -Various Artists -

Teaching Resource: Lesson Plan + Sample Pinterest Pagehttp://eslhiphop.com/2013/05/found-poetry-with-rap-albums/

 

AND ALSO :

 

an excellent article about learning idioms and slang with rap & other techniques & tools  :

http://www.pri.org/stories/2013-11-27/straight-outta-esl-class-learning-english-learning-slang

HIP-HOP AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Stephen Mayeux is the founder of ESLhiphop.com. He is also the Head of Teaching at OKpanda

English as a Second Language teacher Stephen Mayeux enjoys hip-hop. So he figured his students at UC-Davis might, too.

He crafted lesson plans around 1990s hip-hop. N.W.A.’s "Straight Outta Compton" has come in handy teaching reductions in English — for example, how “out of” gets shortened."They’re saying 'straight out of Compton,'” Mayeux said. “But I think a lot of people, especially Americans, we pronounce it 'outta.'”

Mayex shares his lessons with students outside of his Hip-hop as a Second Language class through his website eslhiphop.com.He said some educators might frown on what he's teaching. But, as someone who's studied linguistics, he believes "you have to treat every form or variety of the language as if it’s equally complex and valid."

There's a lot to learn. But because slang is constantly evolving, there aren’t many teaching materials devoted to it. Texts get dated faster than you can say YOLO.So teachers are often left to find their own method of teaching American lingo, in ways creative and resourceful.

"So the English that a rapper or hip-hop artist uses is no better or worse than what a university professor is using," Mayeux said.

FITTING IN

Mayeux also uses the music to take the opportunity toTEACH ABOUT HIP-HOP CULTURE, and give the students some context for what it is like to grow up in America.He said that he has many close friends from other countries, and a lack of understanding about pop culture can leave them feeling left out."They do experience a little bit of alienation," Mayeux said. "They feel like they can’t be fully part of the group because they’re not speaking the same lingo."

Judy Tanka, who teaches English at the American Language Center, agreed.”You may understand every word of the lecture," Tanka said. "But when you have to go to your study group or you have to call a classmate, slang is going to be necessary."

Tanka tries to incorporate slang into her everyday conversation with her students. She stays on top of the latest lingo with the help of a daughter in her 20s, but she finds a surprising number of phrases have stayed popular through the decades.

When her students tried to make up an excuse for not doing homework, she told them, "I don’t buy that.""And they looked at me. 'Buy what, teacher?' And then I explained and they loved it. Now they’re telling each other, 'I don’t buy that.'”

 


 Jiu Hua Zhang of China and Donald Chung of Taiwan are studying conversational English at UCLA's Extension School.Donald Chung stood in front of his classmates at the UCLA Extension school and started to throw a fit — well, as much as the mild–mannered student from Taiwan could muster.

"I don't know what he's trying to pull," Chung said. "The guy's a total flake!"His friend Jiu Hua Zhang chimed in: "You said it!"  

The students had spent a good portion of the class practicing these expressions as part of their "street talk" course. In many foreign countries, English classes start as early as pre-school. But thousands of students still come to the US to get what they can't get back home: the idioms, the catchphrases — the slang.

“My conversation is more academic, or more like an essay,” Zhang said. “I need to be more, like, American.”
She and Chung enrolled less than half a year ago at UCLA Extension's American Language Center, one of multiple schools throughout California offering street talk classes. Zhang wants to get all of the jokes on her favorite American sitcom, "The Big Bang Theory."

Chung would like to catch what commentators are saying during NBA games. "I think it's very difficult to understand what they're talking about because they use some vocabulary I can't understand," he said, sounding frustrated.

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Cartoons :Humour - Smart & Witty -medical , non-medical

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The FBI Kids' Page | ESL - EFL

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"[...] The Kids' Page is designed for children and their parents to learn more about the FBI through age-appropriate games, tips, stories and interactives We also introduce you to our working dogs and show how FBI special agents and analysts investigate cases.  [...]"

 

Monica MIRZA's insight:

French EFL secondary textbooks often include units focusing on detective stories and documents around crime and investigation issues...

Well, I think the "Kids' Page" on the FBI website makes a most convenient (and diligently documented !) resource to build webquests upon, and find other tips and tracks that'll help prepare lessons.

 

Besides, ELTeachers may help themselves on the

 

"Resources for Researchers" Page : 'Crime Statistics webpage', 'FBI history webpage',

 

national & local press releases on major cases, speeches, testimony, top stories, and more in the 'Press Room' Page.... and various other pages and resources.

 

Thery're all here :

--> http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/research/

 


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French EFL secondary textbooks often include units focusing on detective stories and documents around crime and investigation issues...

Well, I think the "Kids' Page" on the FBI website makes a most convenient (and diligently documented !) resource to build webquests upon, and find other tips and tracks that'll help prepare lessons.

 

Besides, ELTeachers may help themselves on the "Resources for Researchers" Page : 'Crime Statistics webpage', 'FBI history webpage', national & local press releases on major cases, speeches, testimony, top stories, and more in the 'Press Room' Page.... and various other pages and resources.

Thery're all here :

--> http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/research/

 

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Mission US | THIRTEEN a multimedia project that immerses players in U.S. history content through free interactive games.

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Mission US is a multimedia project that immerses players in U.S. history content through free interactive games. Mission 1: “For Crown or Colony?” puts players in the shoes of Nat Wheeler, a printer’s apprentice in 1770 Boston.

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2 Tools To Load The Lyrics Next To Music Clips On YouTube [Chrome]

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Do you love watching music clips on YouTube? More and more pop stars and groups have been creating official YouTube channels where you can find their latest music clips. If you love listening to music, the chances are you love singing as well.

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Warmer: Knock knock jokes

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This is a warmer to start the class to introduce knock knock jokes and get students talking, interacting and hopefully laughing. Here is the handout: knock knock jokes First use the 2 examples to t...

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Cindy Kroeker's curator insight, March 12, 5:32 PM

Love knock knock jokes, hee hee.

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How Visual Thinking Improves Writing

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Encouraging kids to think in pictures and words can free up their creativity and language skills as they write.

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Mary Lou Buell's curator insight, December 6, 2013 5:30 PM

This makes so much sense to me--we have done a little of this with the cartoon and graph assignments. Thinking I should plan more.

Gary Harwell's curator insight, December 8, 2013 6:09 AM

Most of our students are probably visual learners....... this explains a  lot.

Open Doors's curator insight, January 12, 5:59 PM

Helping children think in both pictures and words can help with language fluency and development of creative skills.

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“Simon’s Cat” Videos Are Perfect For English Language Learners | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

“Simon’s Cat” Videos Are Perfect For English Language Learners | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… | La crème de la crème: The best sites for EFL, ESl learners | Scoop.it

"Simon's Cat is an animated series featuring the mischievous and often hilarious antics of a fat white cat and his owner Simon. One of the most popular animated channels on YouTube, this is definitely a channel to subscribe to!

On this YouTube channel you will find the entire collection of Simon's Cat films and latest news!

NEW for Winter 2013 is the release of the US Edition of 'Simon's Cat Vs The World'. Available in paperback and eBook from all good booksellers.

For more Information please visit http://www.simonscat.com/books/US

Plus a UK and beyond release 'The Bumper Book of Simon's Cat'. For more Information please visit http://www.simonscat.com/books/GB"

http://www.simonscat.com  www.simonscat.com Simon's Cat Extra Channel Simon's Cat Book Info Simon's Cat Official Webshop “Simon’s Cat” Videos Are Perfect For English Language Learners

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Simon's Cat is an animated series featuring the mischievous and often hilarious antics of a fat white cat and his owner Simon. One of the most popular animated channels on YouTube, this is definitely a channel to subscribe to!

 

On this YouTube channel you will find the entire collection of Simon's Cat films and latest news!

 

NEW for Winter 2013 is the release of the US Edition of 'Simon's Cat Vs The World'. Available in paperback and eBook from all good booksellers.

For more Information please visit http://www.simonscat.com/books/US

Plus a UK and beyond release 'The Bumper Book of Simon's Cat'. For more Information please visit http://www.simonscat.com/books/GB

 

https://www.facebook.com/simonscat https://twitter.com/simonscathttps://plus.google.com/u/0/+SimonsCat/posts www.simonscat.com Simon's Cat Extra Channel Simon's Cat Book Info Simon's Cat Official Webshop

 

""As  regular readers know, I’m a big fan of using short video clips with English Language Learners as a language-development activity (you can read more at The Best Popular Movies/TV Shows For ESL/EFL (& How To Use Them) ).

 

One of my favorite instructional strategies is called “Back To The Screen,” which I adapted from Zero Prep: Ready To Go Activities For The Language Classroom by Laurel Pollard and Natalie Hess.

 

I pick a clip from a movie (the highway chase scene from one of the Matrix movies, for example.

 

I then divide the class into pairs with one group facing the TV and the other with their back to it. Then, after turning off the sound, I begin playing the movie.

 

The person who can see the screen tells the other person what is happening. Then, after awhile, I switch the groups around.

 

Afterwards, the pairs need to write a chronological sequence of what happened, which we share in class. Finally, everyone watches the clip, with sound, together.

 

Students really enjoy this activity.

I’ve been a longtime fan of “Simon’s Cat” videos but, due to a brain freeze or something like that, I had never thought about how great they would be to use with ELLs — their short, funny, engaging, and don’t require kknowing English to enjoy them.

 

If you’re one of the few people on earth who haven’t seen them :), here’s an example. The video I have embedded is also set to play all of them, if you’re so inclined (you can also go to its YouTube channel):"


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Teaching ‘Small Talk’

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Dr. Jack C Richards is an applied linguist, writer, and teacher trainer. He is the co-author of Speak Now, a four-level speaking course that helps students to communicate with confidence.

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Five Free Online Tools to Learn Another Language - Gizmodo

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Rosetta Stone costs $500? Thank you, no. There are too many free language-learning resources on the Internet to warrant that sort of expense. Here are just a few that will cost you nothing but time and effort.

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Learning English - Clothes A grat Prezi presentation by Tamás Gólya

All ya need! (expanded vocabulary)

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Ricard Garcia's curator insight, February 19, 2:33 AM

Very good prezi with all the words you need to know about clothes. Long, but very good!!

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English for Kids Step by Step Lots of stuff for very young children & over

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Lots of stuff for very young kids

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Evernote for Beginners: The Basics of the Most Popular Notebook App

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Evernote's an amazingly powerful notebook app. But it can also be rather overwhelming at first. Here's everything you need to get started with Evernote and get your info saved into notes, organized with notebooks and tags. You'll even learn how to clip anything you find online into your notebook, and search like a pro. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: App Training, Productivity, Evernote

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niftyjock's curator insight, February 17, 8:46 PM

Love Evernote

Marco Pozzi's curator insight, March 27, 4:15 AM

Esistono delle applicazioni veramente notevoli. Avrebbero una ricaduta importante nella didattica così come nel lavoro di tutti i giorni.

Richard Whiteside's curator insight, March 28, 6:39 AM

If you've ever thought of getting into using Evernote, but weren't sure where to start, this would be a good place. Teachers can use Evernote to organise all sorts and share with students. It's a great tool, I'd recommend giving it a go.

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Excellent contextual lessons - Learn English in 15 seconds! Gallery Languages Ltd -1st 106 videos shot in San Francisco

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"Learn English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and more with our 15-second lessons. You can watch them at home or anywhere else on your mobile device. Our first 106 videos were shot on location in the beautiful city of San Francisco, California."

 

Don't forget Turn the automatic captions on...they seem to work well. here.

 

Example

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onHgzUdfVPE

 

"I just saw the funniest looking dog on the street. It made me crack up. If something makes you crack up, it means it makes you laugh. What makes you crack up? Tell us!"

Written and Performed by Stephen Mayeux. Directed and Edited by Juan Pablo Bedoya. Visit GalleryLanguages.com for more information. Copyright (c) 2013.

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Art - ESL Resources

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ART  CONTENTS :

artists, Artists Listening,  Cartoons, Literature, Cinema, Murals, Colours, Myths and Legends, Conversation questions, PowerPoint Presentations, Describing pictures, Songs, Facts,  Street art, Galleries and Museums, Tattoos and Piercings, Interactive activities,  Videos, Interactive games, Vocabulary, Lesson plans, Webquests.

 


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Loads of things!

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30 Spider Man Full Episode - YouTube Activate the automatic English captions (work well most of the time)

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Autobiographical Portrait Poem Generator

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Simply fill in the text boxes to create an Autobiographical Poem

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English Classic Verb Conjugator & Verbal Phrase Paths

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An interactive conjugator of English verbs arranged in a classic table format, with the additional feature allowing instructors to make links for their syllabus that control what students see so that they can be exposed only to what they have already studied along with the new features being studied.


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delta14's curator insight, February 26, 8:07 AM

Recurso para apoyar el aprendizaje del idioma inglés.

John O'Connor's curator insight, March 19, 7:49 PM

A nice tool for reminding students about some grammar relationships.

Rosanna López 's curator insight, March 30, 6:59 AM

English tenses. Interactive conjugator of English verbs.

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A writers best friend.

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A writers best friend.

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Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, December 3, 2013 3:34 AM

Truly helpful chart for secondary students

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Idioms from A to Z PdF free to download

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A to Z of idioms a large list to help you understand them. Free to download in PDF

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Selvi Raveendran's curator insight, January 5, 10:06 AM

useful for all!

Clara Inés Piñeros's curator insight, January 12, 5:32 PM

A good tool for learings English idioms

WarwickNews's curator insight, January 22, 9:40 AM

Awesome! NO excuses now!

 

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The family : Animations Flash - Videos - Art - Cartoons - Cinema - Conversation questions - Crafts - Interactive activities - Activities to print - Fact - Family trees - Games - Idioms and Proverbs...

The family : Animations Flash - Videos - Art - Cartoons - Cinema - Conversation questions - Crafts - Interactive activities - Activities to print - Fact - Family trees - Games - Idioms and Proverbs... | La crème de la crème: The best sites for EFL, ESl learners | Scoop.it

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ExamTime - Changing the Way You Learn Creating a mindmap online

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ExamTime is here to help you study smarter. Use our free online study tools to achieve that exam success. Click for Mind Maps, Flashcards and more

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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, January 1, 2013 5:15 PM

A good resource for revision time.

Наташа Стојановић's comment, January 7, 2013 12:58 PM
Dobar alat za učenje, ali nije dobar za deljenje jer napravljene kvizove, upitnike i mape možete deliti samo sa prijateljima u okviru servisa.
Andrea Leyden's comment, March 15, 2013 11:45 AM
Thanks for the ExamTime rescoop and recommendation!
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Online Math Games, Logic Games, Science Games, Language Arts Games, and more!

Online Math Games, Logic Games, Science Games, Language Arts Games, and more! | La crème de la crème: The best sites for EFL, ESl learners | Scoop.it
Online learning games featuring math games, science games, logic games, and language arts games. SchoolTimeGames.com - The Smart Place to Be!

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Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, February 18, 4:03 PM

Lots of fun online learning games. Great for parents and teachers working with young learners.

Miguel Garcia's curator insight, February 19, 5:52 AM

algunos estan muy buenos

Agora Abierta's curator insight, February 19, 6:53 AM

Para poner al día tus reflejos y conocimientos con juegos online

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Saint Patrick's Day (March 17)

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Reading and Listening activity about St Patrick's Day for Upper Elementary English learners. Learn about how Irish people celebrate Saint Patrick's Day. Browse our site for many more quizzes and activities on festivals and celebrations, teaching resources and free English language courses.

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Vintage - Public Domain Images

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We have thousands of public domain images, which means they are license free and royalty free and you can download all of them right now!

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