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patt29
France

Lookinf for a document   
 
Hello everybody I have beeen working on a visual document which shows different places of a school: classrooms, library, computet lab....... and pupils and teachers doing different activities.
I ´m a bit hopeless because I would like them to work on the same type of documents to be sure they have learned their vocabulary ( in the top left-hand corner, at the top..............) but I can ´t find any on the internet.
Have you got any docuents like this one?
Have a good day

23 Sep 2014

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patt29
France

Thanks for the answer but I ´m looking for one picture or one photo only to describe
Vue d ´une école d ´en haut avec les différentes classes
Bonne journée

23 Sep 2014

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arbic
Saudi Arabia

the different between must & have to   
 
what are the different between  ( must ) and (have to , please

22 Sep 2014

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Zora
Canada

As a native, I am going to add that "must" is more urgent/important than "have to"...

He must go to the doctor today. (urgency) 
He has to go to the doctor. (This just means that he has an appointment or needs to go to the doctor today.)


23 Sep 2014

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mac181
Argentina

Borders, backgrounds and images   
 
Hi community!!
Can you tell me where do you get those marvelous borders, bakgrounds and images to make your worksheets look professional?
Thanks a lot!!!

22 Sep 2014

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macomabi
Portugal

Find some here.

23 Sep 2014

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florimago
Spain

Repost Caption contest 22th September    
 
Hi there, before going to sleep, just reposting my picture, still waiting for more captions . Tomorrow afternoon , I ´ll announce the new winner . Have a try ... Here ´s the link with the previous entries http://www.eslprintables.com/forum/topic.asp?id=46700

22 Sep 2014

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spied-d-aignel
France

It ´s nice to have personal central heating at hand!!

23 Sep 2014

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colibrita
United Kingdom

One-to-One Classes for Teenager   
 
Hi All,

I ´ve been giving one-to-one ´classes ´ at home to an eleven-year-old girl for a few months but I ´m running out of ideas. Her parents aren ´t looking for me to do a ´traditional ´ class with her, they want me to concentrate on improving her listening skills, and tell me they just want me to chat to her. Well, easier than said done even if she is a very sweet girl. Her level is very elementary and I feel the need for more structure than just playing games and ´chatting ´. It doesn ´t feel to me that it ´s so effective to spend an hour talking AT somebody. I feel that this approach only has a chance of working with students who are immersed in the language for at least several hours a day, not just two hours a week.

Do any of you give ´classes ´ in this way? I ´d love to hear your ideas. Or should I talk to the parents and say that their daughter ´s progress will be much faster if these classes are approached in a more methodical, structured manner? Help!


22 Sep 2014

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Hugues
Canada

Have you thought about a board game where discussion is needed? Maybe it would be nice to go away from the teacher-student relationship. It would make for a more natural setting with less pressure for both of you. 

23 Sep 2014

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Ruwayda37
Egypt

selling esl work   
 
Hello fellow teachers, I need your advice on the sites that I can use if I ´m interested in selling some repetitive stories that my colleagues and I have written (if there are any).

22 Sep 2014


redcamarocruiser
United States

What about www.teacherspayteachers.com/ ?

22 Sep 2014

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Nice starter pack   
 
http://www.wiganschoolsonline.net/inclusion/emas/docs/eal/primary%20starter%20pack.pdf

Nice starter pack for primary school kids.

22 Sep 2014

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douglas
United States

Useful, thanks

23 Sep 2014

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EstherLee76
Peru

Passive Voice   
 
Hi there Grammar Enthusiasts,

Are these sentences in the passive voice or are the past participles working as adjectives?

Trujillo is located in Northern Peru.  It is known for its special cuisine.

Thanks very much,
Esther

22 Sep 2014

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isa2
Austria

I ´m sorry to contradict you, Florimago, but the second sentence can ´t be impersonal passive, as these structures always include an infinitive: e.g. It is known to have excellent cuisine. However,  this sounds a bit odd. So I would definitely prefer the sentence with "It is known for... "
"It is known for..." is definitely a passive construction.

23 Sep 2014

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florimago
Spain

Some questions    
 
Hi there : I ´d like some help with the following stuff : 1) Do you think the words " council" and "municipality" have the same meaning ? Spanish tourism brochures always refer to "councils " as "municipalities " 2)I ´m working with a group of adults ( between 19 and 44) with an elementary level . Some of them would love to have a pen Pal so please, send me a pm if you are interested. 3) And yes, I know I ´m very demanding today ;))). Could you please send me some easy audio files about handling with complaints ? The ones I have are very difficult for them Thanks in advance. Flori

22 Sep 2014

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Zora
Canada

Well, I lived in Lugo and La Coruña for many years, studied and worked there, and I have seen brochures with those type of translations. So, I kind of guessed that it was a mistranslation from the Galician word. :)


22 Sep 2014

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tjoma
Ukraine

need help   
 
hi everybody!!! I need help!!!please give me some ideas how to organize a halloween party in the 5 form!!?????may be some play????? or some role-playing

22 Sep 2014

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douglas
United States

How about making a haunted house and inviting other classes to go through it?  Otherwise, telling/reading scary stories would fit.

23 Sep 2014

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