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Easy English news, short news, English story, reading skills for you

Easy English news, short news, English story, reading skills for you | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it
Easy English news and each short English story are written to improve your reading skills. Short news are easy English news. Read one English story a day for reading skills.
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The Public Domain Review. Contenus libres et du domaine public pour tous

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The Public Domain Review est une base de données en ligne qui répertorie régulièrement toutes les oeuvres tombant dans le domaine public et donc exploitables librement par tous. 


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Fidel NAVAMUEL's curator insight, January 4, 3:03 AM

The Public Domain Review publie chaque début d’année un article très attendu. Celui-ci répertorie les grandes oeuvres et les auteurs qui au premier janvier passent dans le domaine public. L’article pour 2015 est paru hier, parmi les dizaines de nouveaux auteurs et d’oeuvres passées dans le domaine public un certain Antoine de Saint-Exupéry et son Petit Prince.

jlkpodar's curator insight, January 4, 9:15 AM

Fidel Navamuel (outilstice.com) :

"Vous avez été très nombreux à réagir à la bibliothèque numérique mondiale que je vous présentais ici même il y a deux jours. The Public Domain review fait partie du même type de ressources universelles qui devrait plaire à tous les amoureux de la connaissance et de l’éducation [...]

Jetez un coup d’oeil, l’essentiel des ressources est en anglais mais le voyage est enivrant."

Guillaume Dardier's curator insight, January 6, 3:05 AM

Passionnant !

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Business and ESP

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A selection of business and ESP-themed winning lesson plans covering topics that include drafting business letters and practising job interviews.
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Pronunciation

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A couple of pronunciation-themed lesson shares; one introducing the phonemic chart and the other practising minimal pairs pronunciation.
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Inspirations Pédagogiques: Twitter pour les profs... - Mrs K teaches English!

Inspirations Pédagogiques: Twitter pour les profs... - Mrs K teaches English! | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it
Noël est passé et le nouvel an approche: et si on prenait de bonnes résolutions? Ça fait un petit moment que je n'avais rien partagé sur le blog et pour cause: comme pour vous je suppose, décembre a été particullièrement chargé. En plus des conseils de...
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How to Turn a Classroom Research Project into an Infographic | Edudemic

How to Turn a Classroom Research Project into an Infographic | Edudemic | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it

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Anica Petkoska's curator insight, November 29, 2014 9:18 AM

Nice! This is exactly what my EFL students are doing.  I will post some of their work when ready.

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12 English Podcasts Every English Learner Should Listen To

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So many English podcasts, so little time! Which ones should you be listening to? Here are 8 English podcasts that are definitely worth your time.

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BBC Learning English - Course: lower intermediate / Unit 8 / Session 4 / Activity 1

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Unusual Sports

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  MAIN AIMS  Sports vocabulary and talking about sport SUITABLE FOR Teens and adults, Intermediate (B1) and above TEACHER'S NOTES (Click here for a pdf of the Teacher's Notes) 1. Display the m...

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A List Of 29 Creative Things To Write About

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Writing can often be easy, but not always. Many times during a writing career you slam dunk into writer's block, wondering what to write about. To get you started on some idea's, check out these 29 creative writing prompts.

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A.K.Andrew's curator insight, October 20, 2014 2:10 PM

Good to have prompts to hand

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How to Pronounce URLs in Podcasts | Richard Farrar

How to Pronounce URLs in Podcasts | Richard Farrar | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it
Web addresses are often rather long and unwieldy, which may work fine in print, but how is it best to handle these in podcasts?
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Back-to-school resources

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For many teachers, this is the most exciting time of the year: first classes with your students, new lessons to prepare, names to learn and schedules to memorize … Sounds daunting? Don’t worry, onestopenglish is here to help!
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Lesson Share archive

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The full bank of winning lesson plans for you to download, categorized according to a range of different skills.
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Speaking

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A vast selection of winning lesson plans on speaking including practice on ordering a pizza, delivering film criticism and speed dating.
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Integrated skills

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A couple of winning lesson shares that practise integrated skills: an animal version Top Trumps and an innovative video lesson on puffer fish.
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Violence in Ferguson, Mo. - Facts - Lesson plans - Cartoons - Videos - ESL Resources

Violence in Ferguson, Mo. - Facts - Lesson plans - Cartoons - Videos - ESL Resources | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it

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Christmas - Vocabulary - Activities to print - Worksheets - Advent calendars - Cards to print - Cartoons - Christmas characters - Christmas presents - Toys - Cinema - Conversation questions - Games...

Christmas - Vocabulary - Activities to print - Worksheets - Advent calendars - Cards to print - Cartoons - Christmas characters - Christmas presents - Toys - Cinema - Conversation questions - Games... | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it

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La clé des langues - Anglais - The educational system in the United States: an overview

La clé des langues - Anglais - The educational system in the United States: an overview | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it
First, the youngest students, when they’re children, can go to school starting at about 4 years old, and that would be preschool. In most places those are not public, they’re not free, so one would have to pay to send their child to preschool. And then there’s kindergarten, and in most places, that is public and that is free, so families can send their children there. And then, everywhere, at 6 years old, 1st grade starts, and that’s public, there’s a public option. You can also of course send your child to private school. So from 1st grade to 5th grade, that’s primary school, or elementary school is the other name for it. And there are private and public versions. And after that, there is middle school, often called junior high school, which is grade 6th through 8th, and that is from about 12 years old to 14 years old. And then high school, 14 years old to 18 years old, 4 years there, and that also has public and private options...
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25 Ways To Ask Your Kids How Was School Today

25 Ways To Ask Your Kids How Was School Today | sites for efl teachers | Scoop.it
25 Ways to Ask Your Kids How Was School Today without asking "How Was School Today?"

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Administrators and teachers can engage with students outside of class as well. Here are some practical questions to ask.

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Living the ISS safety rules - ISS World - Group Website

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With over 530,000 employees worldwide, aligning our attitudes and behaviours are important to develop the safety culture we want at ISS. The ISS Safety Rules co...
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Short videos illustrating hazardous situations at work. Interesting for vocational students.

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