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English Grammar Online

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English Grammar, here you can test English Grammar Free Online

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Free Online Grammar and Vocabulary tests

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Free Online Grammar and Vocabulary Tests

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Free Online Grammar and Vocabulary Tests!

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Webinar: Reasons to use literature in English language teaching ...

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Guy Cook, author of the award-winning applied linguistics book Translation in Language Teaching, considers why using literature to teach English is still worth doing. Guy will discuss this topic in more detail in his upcoming ...

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Elek Mathe's curator insight, January 10, 2014 3:55 AM

Using authentic texts is always a good idea, so using literature is logical.

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How To Mark Assessments Quickly and Effectively

How To Mark Assessments Quickly and Effectively | Teaching the English language | Scoop.it
Don’t tell anyone, but being a teacher doesn’t have to mean hours and hours of marking each week. Here are some simple ways to organize your time and assessments effectively.
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Using Music to Teach Poetry | Scholastic.com

Using Music to Teach Poetry | Scholastic.com | Teaching the English language | Scoop.it
One of the most fundamental principles behind good teaching is to tailor lesson plans to the needs of students. In my Reading Advancement classes, all of my kids struggle with reading comprehension and have yet to master the use of literal language.
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I would like to try this sometime!

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The Grammar Bugaboo - About - News & Issues

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It's good to know I'm not the only person who doesn't think kids need to be drilled on the parts of speech. Apparently even English teachers agree.
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English Grammar Lesson 2c - Conditionals

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Webinar: Reasons to use literature in English language teaching

Webinar: Reasons to use literature in English language teaching | Teaching the English language | Scoop.it
Guy Cook, author of the award-winning applied linguistics book Translation in Language Teaching, considers why using literature to teach English is still worth doing. Guy will discuss this topic in...

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Take a Reading Journey With Your Students

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Here is a fun way to encourage your child to read more, and to "sneak in" a little geography at the same time. Start your child on a fun reading "journey"across the US.
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Come and Study for Super-Vision: Parts of Speech (Grammar ...

Parts of Speech (Grammar), Adjectives Definition: A word, which represents a property or characteristic of an object, a place, a human or animal, is called an adjective. For example: Red ribbon. Tall Boy Giant elephant ...
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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech Vocabulary Games, Parts of Speech Lessons, and Parts of Speech Practice Activities for ESL, EFL, ELL and fluent English speakers.
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