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WORD GAMES

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Ammon Shea, a 37-year-old former furniture remover in New York, spent 12 months conquering what he describes as the Everest of dictionaries, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), by ploughing throug...

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Fun ways to teach English collocations | British Council

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Do your students have difficulty deciding which words go together in English? Tim Warre, who won our most recent Teaching English blog award, lists his most effective tips.

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WORD GAMES

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Ammon Shea, a 37-year-old former furniture remover in New York, spent 12 months conquering what he describes as the Everest of dictionaries, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), by ploughing throug...

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Web 2.0 Tools For Beginning English Language Learners – "Dustbin"

Web 2.0 Tools For Beginning English Language Learners – "Dustbin" | literature | Scoop.it
This post is the fifth in a lengthy series where I will be sharing the Web 2.0 tools that I’m using with my Beginning English Language Learners, along with explaining how we’re using and sharing st...

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Taylor Tatusko's curator insight, March 9, 2015 9:39 AM

I think this is a very effienct way to help teach people a new language. It allows them to learn in a easy and fun way.

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This is a fun way to learn and teach kids. Its better to use with English classes rather than other subjects thanks to scoop it i found a great way to teach kids.

sajeda omar's curator insight, March 13, 2015 1:13 PM

this is great post to let beginner readers to get them started on learning english it intriduces them to useful web 2.0 tools

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The difference between present simple and continuous tenses

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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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ESL Games: It’s All in the Description—A Speaking and Listening Game | TESOL Blog

ESL Games: It’s All in the Description—A Speaking and Listening Game | TESOL Blog | literature | Scoop.it
This interactive classroom game helps students learn questioning techniques, focuses on the present continuous verb tense, works on vocabulary, and includes partner work.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Formative - A Possible Replacement for Infuse Learning

Free Technology for Teachers: Formative - A Possible Replacement for Infuse Learning | literature | Scoop.it

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6 Hot Graphic Design Trends for eLearning Gurus in 2015 - eLearning Brothers

6 Hot Graphic Design Trends for eLearning Gurus in 2015 - eLearning Brothers | literature | Scoop.it

To please the modern learner, it pays to keep on top of today's biggest design trends.


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Reading in English Can Be A Pleasure – Let’s Show Our Learners How. | Gallery Languages's Blog

Reading in English Can Be A Pleasure – Let’s Show Our Learners How. | Gallery Languages's Blog | literature | Scoop.it
Photo: Wikimedia Commons Apart from English fluency practice, the area most students want to concentrate on when they are with me on an intensive course is

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How To Make Students Better Online Researchers - Teachers With Apps

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RT @TeachersApps: Why aren't schools teaching kids how to SEARCH the net? @edutopia
http://t.co/BNFzHYhr0t #edtech #edreform #literacy htt…

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, December 9, 2014 12:47 PM

Research, search, and inquiry are different processes. They are each important and overlap, but are still distinct. Research moves knowledge along. Searching is looking for information. Inquiry is posing questions.

 

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How To Improve Your Foreign Language Comprehension

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Have you ever tried to converse with a native speaker of your target language but found that despite being able to speak pretty well you can barely catch a

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