Teaching with Songs is organised into two categories according to whether they have been chosen to present ,or further revise ,a point of Grammar or Vocabulary or because , at that time ,my students or myself fancied the song.
They have also been awarded "hearts" according to the diff
Ana Luisa Lozano's insight:
Children and teens really love learning English through songs that are up to them, while teachers take advantage of it, and introduce new vocabulary, grammar, critical thinking, etc.
Storytelling and Creative Writing using the Five Senses Level: young learners / age: 7 – 9 Time: 75 minutes Setting: Outside—garden Language Aims: students will use their five senses to experience the natural world around them, listen to...
IATEFL LTSIG - the website of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language - Learning Technologies Special Interest Group (#AusELT & @iatefl_ltsig Webinar on Maintaining / developing an online community of practice...
ELT News is the Web site for English teachers in Japan and worldwide, updated every weekday. News, jobs, interviews, books, teaching ideas... If you're involved in English Language Teaching, then this site is your home.
Ana Luisa Lozano's insight:
A very interesting site for English Language Teachers
Kim Thomas listens in as experts discuss how different environments can have a positive impact on teaching and learning (Great food for thought: education has changed immensely over years - but are classrooms keeping up with evolution?
Here you can find everything I have written about the Cambridge Delta Module One related posts DIY*- Delta module 1 Continual professional development is very important for me as a teacher. That is why, after 15 years of teaching experience, a BA in English, a M.Ed in Tesol, I decided it was time to do…
I know the feeling. I have been there. You have studied English really hard this year. You have been willing to go the extra mile a thousand times because you knew it was going to be worth your while. You have even burnt the candle at both ends staying up too late and getting up too early when stud
"Every educator has an idea, experience or view worth sharing. No borders, prejudice or any other bias should ever hinder them from expressing their concerns, worries, problems, suggestions and dreams for a better education!" - Dimitris Primalis.
An inspiring post by Dimitris Primalis (@dprimalis)... the importance of learning from/with other colleagues.... the way our teaching and action can be highly and well influenced #EFL #agentsofchange #ELT
From vibrant communities on social media to inventive lessons using video conferencing, Joe Dale explores how languages teachers have embraced technology in the classroom (Are language teachers leading the way with education technology?
The May #globalclassroom chats were some of the liveliest and productive we’ve had in some time. With contributions from leading early childhood educators around the world, it is hard to sum up the true impact of these chats …I highly recommend exploring the archives for great links, resources, and ideas for integrarating global perspectives into the early years.
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