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Motivating Teenage Learners: Top 5 Tips - ELT Connect

Motivating Teenage Learners: Top 5 Tips - ELT Connect | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
If you struggle with motivating teens in the ESL classroom, here are my top 5 tips for motivating teenage learners to try-out in class.
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Money lent, an enemy made: The Merchant of Venice

Money lent, an enemy made: The Merchant of Venice | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
Discussion With a partner discuss the following: Have you ever lent money to anyone? Did they return it? How do you understand the saying : "Money lent, an enemy made"? Do you agree with it? Why? R...
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Film in Action Activities

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To celebrate the forthcoming publication of my new book Film in Action for DELTA Publishing in April, I’m going to share some activities from the book in a series of  posts over the coming weeks. H...
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CPE Study Guide

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Here are some materials to help students prepare for the Cambridge CPE exam. Cambridge CPE Handbook Download the latest version of the CPE handbook here: It contains explanations of each part of th...
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Katy Perry can help you Practise Linking Words

Katy Perry can help you Practise Linking Words | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
Learning  a new language can be difficult  . We often wonder why  it seems easier for some people , for some nationalities , to  understand English better  than for other speakers. The level of difficulty depends on various aspects but ,most definitely, one of them is whether your first languag
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Money and Shopping ESL – Ka-Ching Shania Twain – English with Songs | Anna Edu

Money and Shopping ESL – Ka-Ching Shania Twain – English with Songs | Anna Edu | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
I've wanted to create a presentation of the lesson plan based on the song "Ka-ching" for a while, since I often use it to add some more fun to the topic of
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IELTS Speaking Sample & Feedback: Mohmad -Describe a member of your family

IELTS Speaking Sample & Feedback: Mohmad -Describe a member of your family | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
Hello everyone, I am going to start a new series of sample part 2 speeches, each followed by a suggested band score and an action plan which can help the student improve. Please note that for the a...
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Ice

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We’re back at All at C after a very long Christmas break! We’ve been kept very busy with different projects but hope to make up for our lack of updates over the next couple of months. So, to start ...
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Reading Shakespeare: Making it a Living Experience

Reading Shakespeare: Making it a Living Experience | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
“Nothing worth having comes easily. The enjoyment kicks in when you really start to get it, when you finally meet William Shakespeare on his own turf and his language begins to open new doors in yo...
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Post-CELTA professional development: Beyond methods

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1) what is the quickest and most effective route to this ‘post-method’ approach, and 2) what tools do you need to create your own method for each situations?
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The Dangers of the Internet - A Pre-intermediate + Lesson by Simon McDonald

The Dangers of the Internet - A Pre-intermediate + Lesson by Simon McDonald | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
Cover photo from ELTPics @CliveSir Before we get to the lesson plan, here's a little blurb. It's been a while since anything was posted on this blog, but we continue to receive your visits and hear...
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The difference between present simple and continuous tenses

The difference between present simple and continuous tenses | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
I have already created two posts on the difference between the present simple and continuous tenses. There are Present simple or present continuous tense – improved and Present simple and continuous...
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Larissa's Languages: Larissa and Inspector Z - Phrasal verbs with fun (part 2)

Larissa's Languages: Larissa and Inspector Z - Phrasal verbs with fun (part 2) | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
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Janet Bianchini's curator insight, February 28, 4:21 AM

A great way to use comics for highlighting a particular phrasal verbs set like 'get'.  Thanks!

Janet Bianchini's comment, February 28, 4:29 AM
Thanks for this really great way of exploiting comics for teaching phrasal verbs!
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Office Mix: Flipping the classroom with PowerPoint 2013

Office Mix: Flipping the classroom with PowerPoint 2013 | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
Office Mix is an add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that adds some new features, but that is what it does, not what it is. On the website, Microsoft say: "Office Mix was created with educators in mind" So,...
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Courtship and Romance in Jane Austen's Day

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Jane Austen, the queen of the courtship novel and the pioneer of the Regency romance, was a keen observer of her world.
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And the Oscar goes to... - Luiz Otávio Barros

And the Oscar goes to... - Luiz Otávio Barros | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
Video-based integrated skills activity based on the 2015 Oscar's.
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Some Activities to Talk Nonstop Using Comparatives and Superlatives

Some Activities to Talk Nonstop Using Comparatives and Superlatives | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
It is still raining   .

It is raining again today. Of course it is raining. This is Asturias and we don't get to be the dear, green place - Asturias "natural paradise"- without more than our  fair share of rain , but  I'm  beginning to get a bit sick with so much rain . I
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The Perfect Date - So/Neither do I

The Perfect Date - So/Neither do I | TeachingEnglish | Scoop.it
This is an activity to practice short answers of agreement "So/neither do I" Download the handout here: so neither do I Introduction We use the short answers “So do I/Neither do I” to express agree...
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Arizona State University, Claire McLaughlin's curator insight, February 24, 10:04 PM

Great grammar activity. Some of the prompts can be changed based on the ages of the students (Spanish wine might not be appropriate for younger students, but could easily be changed to something else). The prompts at the end of the article are very helpful. This activity could als be used for best friends instead of a date.