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EstherLee76
Peru

Assigning HW on Live Worksheets   
 
Hello again,
 
It īs me with another question.  I finally uploaded my first live worksheet.  Very excited.  Now I want to assign it to my students but I īm not sure how to do that.  I know I can send them the email option but I want them to go to the workbook.
 
Can someone tell me how to assign my worksheet to my students?

Thanks very much!
 
Esther 

23 Apr 2017

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EstherLee76
Peru

OK.  I tried that.  Let īs see if it works tomorrow when they log in.
 
Thanks a million Kohai! 

23 Apr 2017

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Atopy
Slovenia

Knowing what īs wrong with your worksheet   
 
I īm new here (hi). I really wanted a house/rooms related worksheet and at the time it seemed I can only gain one if i post my own sheets. So here I am. :)
 
Today I got a message that one of my sheets was reported. I have no issues with the report itself. I was expecting my sheets might be to simple and basic for this site. As stated in my profile - I work with special needs and the program I teach in does not have an obligatory second language. But at our school we still offer the possibility of it. When I started I had no material and whatever I got my hands on seemed to hard and advanced for the kids. So I started doing my own worksheets. I always make sure I do not crowd my sheets with to much information (its hard for the children to keep focus and knowing where to look if the paper is all filled up). I do adapt em somewhat  (remove the mother language and so on) before I upload them.
 
But the report message does not state what was wrong with my sheet. I went over the rules a few times and still can īt find the reason why it was pulled out. Wouldn īt it be easier for the newcomers like me, to just state the reason in the first message? 

23 Apr 2017

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leaponover
United States

Kind of annoys me that people are so quick to report worksheets without doing any due diligence. Contributors should get the benefit of the doubt.  Unless somebody has actually seen the artwork in another book they should just trust the contributors.. At least message the contributor first like people have done with me when I missed a watermark or something else.
 
Some of the users here remind me of the soup Nazi from Seinfeld.  "No Worksheet for you!" 
 
I wish the site administrator would make that clear to people. 

23 Apr 2017

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ccchangch
Peru

English websites for teachers or students    
 
Hi everybody,
 
I am writing an article about "Use of resources and materials for classes of English as foreign language".
 
I want to include some digital resources similar to these ones:
 
 http://mightybook.com/
 
www.eslprintables.com
 
http://urlm.es/www.vanda51.blogspot.com
 
https://en.islcollective.com/
 
http://www.onestopenglish.com/

Could you suggest me some other resources online that could be useful to include in my article?

I hope you have a great weekend.
 
Thank you,
 
Carmen Chang
English language teacher
Peru  

22 Apr 2017

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mourisca
Portugal

Hello Carmen,
I don īt know if this is what you are looking for... Take a look:
 
 
Best regards from sunny Portugal. 
 

23 Apr 2017

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jacobo2015
Colombia

Implementing a corner English library    
 

Hello all my dear colleagues that belong to this prestigious group, in this opportunity I post this message with the aim of touching your great hearts. I carry out my labor teaching English in a public school where most of my students are displaced for violence reasons or belong to poorest areas of my region living in critical poor conditions and my main objective is to help them to achieve someday a better lifestyle or better future throughout education and minimize the violence and consumption of narcotics that are destroying our young people.

We are organizing a mini corner English library l, but here is so difficult to find the collaboration of the national government for that reason I request you if you have some kind of English material that you do not use like books or whatever you have; my SS will always thank you.

Blessings

22 Apr 2017

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jacobo2015
Colombia

My students are in sixth and seventh grade and they are 11 and 12 years old, i need story telling books because i am implementing a project called reading story tellings with my parents at home

22 Apr 2017

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hieu_ngoc
Canada

Difference between "for..." and "during..."   
 
Could someone please explain the difference between "for the past few years..." and "during the past few years..."
 
Thanks!

21 Apr 2017

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FrauSue
France

Yes - I also teach my students to think about the difference between "during" as a section of time and "for" as the whole time. I usually draw a timeline on the board and colour in a section for "during" or the whole block for "for."
 
My friend came to stay during the summer holidays. (Maybe he came for 3 days, or a week.)
My friend came to stay for the summer holidays. (I hosted him for 8 weeks!) 

23 Apr 2017

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falafel
Tunisia

Picture Caption Competition: (April 21st 2017)   
 
Hi dear friends. I am so happy that Bright green has chosen me as a winner. So here is a new picture and I am waiting for your witty and funny ideas. Have fun .
 

21 Apr 2017

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

"You look like a monkey on a stick!"

22 Apr 2017

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cbenglish
United States

Happy Earth Day!   
 
Hey Everyone, 
Just wanted to share some activities for the young ones here. These are some games related to vocabulary and numbers with an Earth Day theme. I will be using them tomorrow in class with my kids. I usually play the board and use the flashcards. I also like to do the roll and cover activities so my learners can practice their numbers and letters. Happy Earth Day everyone!
 
 

20 Apr 2017

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ascincoquinas
Portugal

23 Apr 2017

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SaraMariam
United States

Itsy bitsy spider worksheets for children   
 
Hello everyone,

I hope this is not considered spam, as the link will lead to a website that has free content as well as paid services. If it īs not ok, please feel free to remove the post. I just wanted to post a free resource that I love to use and I canīt upload here as itīs too big.
It īs about the nursery rhyme "Isty bitsy spider". You can find a youtube video here.

 
 
 

20 Apr 2017

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SaraMariam
United States

I īm glad that you like it. I hope your kids will have as much fun with it as mine :)

21 Apr 2017

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Urpi
Peru

Short songs to cope with lack of attention   
 
 
Hello dear colleagues,
 
I need to teach some short songs with total physical response, which can help me to deal with disruption in the class. So I can stop what I am doing with the song and then go back to the topic once their  attention has come back.
My students are between 8 and 10 years old.  
 
Thanks so much. 

19 Apr 2017

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FrauSue
France

You could try doing something like a cheerleading chant where the pupils make the shapes of letters with their arms. Like this:
Teacher: Give me an L! 
Pupils: L! (One arm up, one arm out to the side.)
T: Give me an I!
P: I! (Arms straight up.)
T: Give me an S!
P: S! (snake-shaped arms.)
And so, on, until you spell out the word "listen."
 
I used to have a problem with lethargic classes at the end of the day, especially period 6 in winter in Manchester when it was dark outside! I would just make everyone stand up, jump up and down, turn around, stretch their arms and then sit down again.  
 

21 Apr 2017

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serpentina
Portugal

Help finding a worksheet!   
 
Hello everyone. I īd like to find he first worksheet we can see in this image, where the clothes are drying on the clothes line. It īs here on ESL Printables, but I can īt find it, and it looks so nice. Can you help me? Thank you!
 

19 Apr 2017

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alipe
Slovensko

http://www.eslprintables.com/buscador/author.asp?user=1641801#thetop
This is my worksheet 

19 Apr 2017

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