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Roleplays & drama games for ESL teachers: eslflow webguide | EdTech Tools

eslflow's guide for teaching esl with roleplays, theatre games and drama games...

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ESL & Adult Literacy Listening and Reading - Audiobooks - Drama - Songs

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ESL & Adult Literacy Listening and Reading, Audiobooks, Songs, PET exam...

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a good collection of excellent audiobooks and a lot more

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Telling Stories: ESL Strategies Drama Page

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 Drama in the ESL Classroom

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Resource for ESL/EFL teachers who want to learn how to incorporate drama into their classroom...

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Using Students Output in Preparation for Lingua & Cultura Franca 

Using Students Output in Preparation for Lingua & Cultura Franca  | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it
The use of authentic materials in foreign language learning has a long history, dating back to Sweet (1899:177) who highlighted the use of “natural, idiomatic texts over artificial methods”. The...

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Falibo - Learn English As a Second Language

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Learn English As a Second Language videos bahasa inggris aprender ingles تعلم الانجليزية...

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8 Major Benefits of Reading

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Find 8 ways that you can benefits from reading books every day.

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Prepositions of place

Prepositions of place | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it

Nice chart! 


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How will I know I have become a better storyteller? | Limor's Storytelling Agora

How will I know I have become a better storyteller? | Limor's Storytelling Agora | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it

At the beginning, G didn’t know what to say.

I love this piece because of the question it asks! We get so focused on the doing doing doing of storytelling in our business, we rarely step back and ask ourselves, "How do I know I'm getting better at storytelling?"

This article comes from my colleague Limor Shiponi in Israel. Limor is one of the deep thinkers on the planet about storytelling and I highly prize her insights. It has been way too long since we've chatted and I miss hearing her magical voice and articulate thinking. In the meantime, I am delighted to share this piece with you.

Usually, if we are getting results in our business, we are happy. But if we don't periodically ask ourselves the question, "How will I know I have become a better storyteller?" our results -- when they fade (the normal ups and downs of business cycles) -- may be due our storytelling skills or something entirely different.

If you are not clear on how you'll know when you've become a better storyteller, in a down cycle you may start fixing the wrong things. Maybe your storytelling skills are fabulous but your marketing process is inconsistent. Maybe your marketing is awesome and your storytelling sucks. Without asking and paying attention to the question this article poses, you'll never know where to place your attention.

I ran across this article about 2 weeks ago and really took the time to ask myself this question. I came up with an answer and kept testing it out to make sure it was real. Here's my answer:

I know I will have become a better storyteller when I continually feel that resonance between me and my audience, and when people connect with me after they have heard one of my stories. I physically experience this band of gold and silver resonant energy linking me and my listeners together.

That's not very flowery language, but it does the trick for me. I can see several images in my minds eye of what this looks and feels like.

Now my experience can happen face-to-face or electronically. But of course, the best way to know if I've become a better storyteller is through live interaction. So practice practice practice your business stories with real people to build your skills and effectiveness.

OK -- that's me. Now it is your turn. How will you know you have become a better storyteller? What does that look and feel like for you?

Happy explorations :)

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it


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The Most Important Skill to Teach Students in the Age of Social Media | Learning With Web 2.0 Tools & Mobile

The Most Important Skill to Teach Students in the Age of Social Media | Learning With Web 2.0 Tools & Mobile | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it
Dear reader, consider: Is there any more important question in the 21st century than how to determine truth?

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 Drama in the ESL Classroom

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Resource for ESL/EFL teachers who want to learn how to incorporate drama into their classroom...

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Ricard Garcia's comment, August 23, 2012 3:00 AM
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Gràcies Ricard!
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ESL & Adult Literacy Listening and Reading - Audiobooks - Drama - Songs

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Roleplays & drama games for ESL teachers: eslflow webguide

eslflow's guide for teaching esl with roleplays, theatre games and drama games...


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Test your Brain! Puzzle - Logic . Intermediate. Focus : Relative clauses with "who"

Test your Brain! Puzzle - Logic . Intermediate. Focus : Relative clauses with "who" | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it

If you manage to have your students try to solve this problem in pairs or trios, in ENglish of course, they will speak A LOT! ;)

 

 

Five women went shopping for groceries. Each one of them is wearing a different colour blouse and is accompanied by someone. Also, each lady forgot to buy an item.

 

Clues:

 

a. The one who forgot to buy bread is next to the one who is accompanied by her sister, on the left.

 

b. The one who is wearing blue is next to the one who is accompanied by her son, on the left.

 

c. The one who is accompanied by her husband will use a food voucher to pay.

 

d. The one at cashier 1 is accompanied by her boyfriend.

 

e. The one who paid by credit is at cashier 4.

 

f. The one at cashier 5 paid cash.

 

g. The one who is accompanied by her husband is next to the one who forgot to buy bread, on the left.

 

h. The one who paid by cheque is at cashier 1.

 

i. The one who paid by credit forgot to buy ham.

 

j. The one who forgot to buy milk paid cash.

 

k. The one who forgot to buy softener is either at cashier 1 or 5.

 

l. Fernanda is wearing white.

 

m. The one who is wearing green is next to the one wearing blue, on the left.

 

n. Aline is accompanied by her husband.

 

o. Carol is on Aline's right.

 

p. Natália is at cashier 5.

 

q. Juliana is next to the one who is wearing yellow, on the left.

 

r. The one who is wearing white forgot to buy ham.

 

s. The one who is whearing red is accompanied by her son.

 

 

 

So... Can you solve the problem?

 

cashiers: 1,2,3,4,5.

Names: Fernanda, Natália, Aline, Carol and Juliana.

Items: Bread, ham, milk, softener and fruit.

Companies: husband, son, boyfriend, mother and sister.

Payment: Cash, credit, debit, voucher or cheque.

Blouse: yellow, blue, white, red, green.

 

 

 

This is actually an easy problem to solve. You can set a competition and give a prize to the group that finishes first. 

 

Tip: Draw a table !

 

                       Cashier 1 - Cashier 2 - Cashier 3 - Cashier 4 - Cashier 5

 

Name

Items

companies

payment

blouse

 

have fun!!!!


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Welcome to English Grammar Express

Welcome to English Grammar Express | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it

The main focus of this free website is grammar. You'll find a wide range of resources here including - lessons, PDF revisions sheets, practice exercises and videos. (check out the one where you need to find 10 grammar mistakes in an interview with Rafael Nadal)

The site can be used by students and teachers, and many materials can be used as homework. There is also a nice 'ASK US' section where the authors answer questions asked by email, twitter or facebook.

 


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Dispelling the Myths About 1:1 Environments

Dispelling the Myths About 1:1 Environments | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it
In my last post, I shared what we learned last year during our 1:1 iPad and Google Apps for Education launches. In this post, I’d like to dispel myths about 1:1 environments.

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Summary of Article Practices

Summary of Article Practices | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it
A list of determiner (article) practices with 'a' and 'the'; definite vs. indefinite; referring to something specifically, unspecifically, or speaking about all in general; ESL/EFL grammar explanations, practices, exercises and self-quizzes.

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23 Ways To Use The iPad In The 21st Century PBL Classroom By Workflow

23 Ways To Use The iPad In The 21st Century PBL Classroom By Workflow | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it
23 Ways To Use The iPad In The 21st Century PBL Classroom By Workflow: ipad, classroom, visual, project-based learning, pbl, 21st century learning...

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A 60 Seconds Guide to The Use of Blogging in Education

A 60 Seconds Guide to The Use of Blogging in Education | ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING | Scoop.it
A few months ago Educational Technology and Mobile Learning posted a detailed guide on how Teachers can Use Blogging in Education. We are glad this post has received a wide interaction from...

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, January 23, 2015 3:43 AM

Blogging is a really important tool to help with literacy skills. Give it a try.

Denis Lundie's curator insight, January 23, 2015 7:18 AM

Writing for the web, in all forms, is an essential communication skill. All languages should teach the techniques and rules that apply to writing for the web.

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