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My best friend

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Description of a person.Simple writing structures using pictures. Ss learn how to form paragraphs. You can use the ppt to produce and practise speaking skills, as well. Learners look at the pictures, follow the stuctures and present their best friend . 

 

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Grammar ideas

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All tenses -for me and my Ss- are pictures. Here's Present Continuous as a hamburger and Simple Present as a souvlaki (a popular Greek yummy) !

 

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Free Countdown Timer

Free  Countdown Timer | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it

A simple, free, open source, portable countdown timer for Windows

 

Greetings from Greece,

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How to use an animated film in ESL classes

How to use an animated film in ESL classes | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it

Watch the film and practise Simple Past.

 

Here ´s an idea. Everybody likes watching animated films, so let ´s use them in class. Watch the film before going to the 2nd slide. It ´s about Greece and... Simple Past.

 You could also sing the verbs. Fall-fell, fall-fell.... (rap)

 

Another idea: Watch the animated film first and  revise voacabulary this time. Use the ppt as a game, with a point system. For every right answer you give the points shown and for every wrong one you take away the points ! http://www.slideboom.com/presentations/561532/Presto

 

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TakingITGlobal - Inspire. Inform. Involve.

TakingITGlobal - Inspire. Inform. Involve. | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it

Excellent for Civics classes! Students can connect to other youth in every country in the world. With over 1 million pages of vetted content, in thirteen languages, Taking It Global is informative and a great place for youth to make positive connections. There's also ongoing Actions students can get involved with, or they can start their own. What a safe site for students to become empowered to make positive change in the world!


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Ancient stories

Ancient stories | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it

A day in Pompeii or in ancient Greece makes language learning inspiring. Use ancient stories in your ppts and learners will try to comprehend the text in an unexpected way!

 

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Fairy tales in ESL

Fairy tales in ESL | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it

Use fairy tales -at least parts of them- to present or practise the new vocabulary or grammar. Even speaking or writing becomes easier when learners are presented a picture taken from a fairy tale.

 

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Themes | dafont.com

Themes | dafont.com | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it
Archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity.

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IfItWereMyHome.com

IfItWereMyHome.com | Science, ESL and Canadian History | Scoop.it

Want to help your students gain perspective? If It Were My Home can help. It's a site that allows people to see what their lives would be like if they were born in a different country.

 

Every point of comparison - such as birth rate, electricity usage, education - can be expanded to show a brief explanation and statistics. There's also a map feature that overlays the compared contry onto your own location to illustrate a clear comparison of land mass. 

 

Students can visit this simply out of interest as they learn about other contries in the world or hear about them in the news, or to help provide context during research that involves other contries.


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