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nathalie891
France

Subjects in British schools   
 

Hi there!

 

I ´m working with my year 7 pupils on timetables in British schools, and I ´m not sure how to explain some subjects to my pupils.
 
Could some British people explain to me what "Art and Design" is? How is it different from just Art? 
 I ´m not sure either what Design Technology is? 
 
And what about "Religious Education" or "Religious Studies"? Does it exist in all school and what is taught to the pupils in this class?
 
Finally what does "Home Economics" consist in? 
 
Thank you if you can help me!
 
Nathalie 
 
 
 
 

18 Jan 2017

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hanen
Tunisia

How to challenge best achievers?   
 
Hi dear colleagues,
In every class , there are 2 or 3 students who are really top achievers.Whenever the teacher gives them a task they are the first to finish whereas the other students are still struggling to answer the questions. so  I ´d like to know some challenging activities that I can assign to my best achievers.Can you suggest some activities please ? I was thinking of crossword puzzles. Do you know a website for this type of games? thanks in advance.
 

18 Jan 2017


debbie6
Canada

 
Hi
I always seat the high achievers beside the  students who struggle.
This seems to work for everyone.
The best students "feel"as though they are contributing to class 
and the struggling students get the help they need.
 
Debbie 

18 Jan 2017

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vitamin t
Germany

worksheets about bakery, patisserie, pastry, bread, baking for ADULT learners   
 
Hi everyone,
 
I ´m Tanja and I teach at a German vocational school for professions related to cooking and baking. My students are mainly teenagers or adults in their early twenties who are training to be pastry chefs. Do you have any nice worksheets or other ideas for this target group?
Thanks so much
Tanja

18 Jan 2017

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maryse peyé
France

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/pastry
 
You can try such sites ? 

18 Jan 2017

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douglas
United States

Last Call for the Caption Contest (January 16-?, 2017)   
 
Hi All,
 
You ´ve already given me some good laughs, but here ´s a chance for a few more before I choose a winner:
 
 
 
Cheers,
Douglas

18 Jan 2017

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maryse peyé
France

Here is the best place to challenge the TOo Intellectual LEcturers in Terminal Step....

18 Jan 2017

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davitiyo
Spain

esl fairy tales scripts helppp   
 
Hi,I ´m looking for esl fairy tales scripts to introduce drama in class.they are for begginers,so language shoud be easy and clear.My idea is to work in groups.Each group is going to act a play and we will record it (3-5 minutes maximum).Do you know where I could find nice adapted scripts to use?
thxx in advance 

18 Jan 2017

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davitiyo
Spain

Thank you both!! My students are 8 years old My email is dlopez36@xtec.cat Thanks a bunch again

18 Jan 2017

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mayamin
Tunisia

song about party for intermediate level   
 
can u suggest about song preparations and celebrations? i found some but they are not suitable for my pupils.they are aged 13 and 14. thank u

18 Jan 2017

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ldeloresmoore
China

PICKING YOUR COLLECTIVE BRAINS :-)    
 
Hey, Gang --- 
 
Just a quick question --
 
I teach in China and I ´m fighting a constant uphill battle to get the word "maybe" out of overuse and misuse.
 
Do any of you have this problem in other countries? Is this a uniquely China thing? 
 
I ask because I ´m putting together a PPT activity to try to address this. If this is only a China thing, then I ´ll focus it on China specifically. If it is a problem with learners of other first languages, then I ´ll make it more generic so that it can be used in other countries as well.
 
Thanks in advance for any input.
 
Cheers from China ---
 
Dee 

17 Jan 2017


kekee1006
Japan

So I teach in Japan and although I haven ´t heard maybe being used a lot (mostly because the situation never calls for it) I asked my JTE and she said that the students will use the word whenever they can ´t think of a word that works for them. So I can see this being a useful lesson for my classes.

18 Jan 2017

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cbenglish
United States

Night at the movies   
 
Hi Everyone!
This week has been pretty busy. I have been teaching my young learners about civil rights and equality since it was Martin Luther King Jr. Day this week. Our next lesson will be on "going to the movies and, as always, I have been putting together more activities for them. Some of these activities are for older learners, but many can also be used with Kindy kids. I will probably have them pretend to go to the theater and see a movie with some fun prompt / role play cards as well as fun tickets they can use / collect. Anyway, just thought I would share some of these resources here with the group. Enjoy and have a great week.
 
 
 

17 Jan 2017

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roxxy_000
Canada

Cultural Box Exchange   
 
Hi, :) I am a teacher in Quebec, Canada, I have 50 students between the ages of 12 and 15 years old, their first language is French and they are learning English as a second language.
 
I would like to do a cultural box exchange with a class from another country. In the box we include letters in which the students talk about themselves, what they like about their country and what makes their country unique. Also in the box we include souvenir gifts representing our culture like flags, postcards, small food items,stickers, cds.... we send the box at the same time so we receive it at the same time. Then, we communicate by e mail . Please e-mail me if you are interested . :)  roxanne.richard@cshbo.qc.ca

17 Jan 2017


missfrommer
United States

Hi! I think this is a great idea! I am a music teacher for middle school and maybe we could make it a music themed box???
 
 
But wouldnt it be expensive to ship????

17 Jan 2017

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EnglishTeacher08
United Kingdom

website    
 
  check this one out teachers

17 Jan 2017


maryse peyé
France

Sorry it does not work !

18 Jan 2017

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This worksheet is useful for developing your students´ Listening skills. Students have to listen to this interview and do a true or false activity. The link of the audio is given
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