Level: Pre-intermediate Location: Connected Classroom Skills Focus: Speaking Language focus: In-game vocabulary Game: Monkey Go Happy In my experience I’ve found that young language learners can assimilate and produce language above their level if...
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There is a good chance that many readers will have only the haziest idea of what adaptive learning is. There is a much better chance that most English language teachers, especially those working in...
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I checked this out after reading about Philip Kerr's talk at the IH Bcn Conference. If you're planning to work in education in the future, you might like to read it too. Don't make my mistake of starting with part 'neo-liberalism and solutionism' though. You might not want to stay in teaching then.
Before I delve into the content of this post...I want to share this video created by students at Robin Hood primary school in Birmingham. This video sums up the purpose of this post...or act...
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I was looking for something on using recorded reading texts in the classroom and I came across this article. It's a few years old now but there are some good ideas here and well worth reading and watching the videos.
A question from Kathryn Irwin Hello Adrian, I just wondered if you have any tips or advice about introducing the chart to beginner or elementary level students? What kinds of activities would you recommend in the first few lessons?
This simple activity could be done with almost any level to practise adjectives (and perhaps comparatives) and give the class a sense of group. It will also result in something you can put on the wall.
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