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lapaoiza
Argentina

Teaching blind sts   
 
Hello everyone. I īm writing to ask for help since I am going to be teaching an 8 year-old girl. I would like to know your experiences (if you have had one), some advice and online material I could read to develop and create a good atmosphere and teach her in the best way I can. I īll be waiting for your answers. :) I am really looking forward to this experience for me and all the group... Thanks in advance. Miss Paola

31 Jan 2015

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lailataik
Morocco

culture exchange mail box   
 
 Hello dear colleague,I īm an English teacher from
Morocco.
My students are 9th Graders.They are aged 12 to 15 .and I have
almost 40 students who are very motivated and interested in exchanging letters
with foreign pals about themselves and their culture.We have already started the penpal project and
some of them already wrote their letters ..just waiting the confirmation of
their  partners(I have been looking pertinently for a native
speaker school partner but it seems that it seems hard to find one
Besides we could ellaborate our partnership to exchange a mail package
containing items of our cultures,letters,icons readers
articles,postcards,drawings,posters,flags,small objects... (I used to do
that with my former classes)then by the end of the school year we organize ī īa cultural fair ī ī.I call this project CULTURE EXCHANGE PACKAGE.

If any of you is  interested in any of my projects please send me a private msg for more info.
Looking forwards to hearing a positive answer.
Warm regards from Morocco

Laila

31 Jan 2015

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rockthevinyl
United States

Real English for ESO 2 - Unit 4 Exam   
 
Hi all, and in particular teachers in Spain!
 
Does anyone have a PDF/Word copy of the Unit 4 exam/test for the "Real English" books for ESO 2? 
 
I īm going to be filling in for a high school English teacher during the upcoming week.  I īve been given the teacher īs books for the levels (1 ESO, 2 ESO), but no additional materials.  I īve been told 2 ESO has an exam this week of Unit 4, and that the teacher always uses the pre-made exam provided...but I don īt have those papers (or files?)!
 
 I am going to try and make my own version of the test, but I figured I īd ask here if anyone else uses those books!
 
Thanks so much, and have a great weekend! 

31 Jan 2015

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carinita
Argentina

How do you say in English....   
 
"La película no está más en cartel" (Spanish)
Perhaps " The movie will not longer be showing"? Is that it?

31 Jan 2015

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carinita
Argentina

Thank you!

31 Jan 2015

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Gi2gi
Georgia

Conditionals Starting with be   
 
So, tomorrow morning I īm having a class with my advanced SS and I am going to touch upon some advanced conditionals; I īve been wondering about structures starting with "be"...
 
I mean sentences like this:
 
"I like all sorts of ice-cream, be it vanilla, chocolate or fruit-flavored" (I made up the sentence myself, so correct me if something is wrong with it).
 
There are hardly any textbooks / online resources that deal with this structure properly (at least I have managed to find none), so from my observation I have concluded that (1) the structure above can be equivalent to " I like all sorts of ice-cream, no matter if it is vanilla, chocolate or fruit-flavored (2) this sort of conditional is used in somewhat formal language.  I would love the grammar geeks to confirm this or say that I am wrong. Thanks a lot :)

31 Jan 2015

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redcamarocruiser
United States

"I like all sorts of icecream whether it is chocolate, vanilla, or another flavor." is equivalent to
 "I like all sorts of ice-cream, be it vanilla, chocolate or fruit-flavored"
 
 

31 Jan 2015

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Umayymah
United Kingdom

I īm a new member and the site won īt let me upload any printables!   
 


   I joined this site a few days and have constantly been trying to upload printables. They are all within the size limit and are .doc

   files. It just won īt upload at all.  I have tried at various times and throughout the days, but no chance.
 
   Is there a system error or am I doing something wrong?? 

31 Jan 2015

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spied-d-aignel
France

Have you clicked on the "send a printable "  at the top of this page , then enter your username, your password and complete all the necessary information asked?
 I am an early bird and lways upload early in the morning!
Hope it helps!:))

31 Jan 2015

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paulaenglishparla
Spain

Great wepage to learn and practice English!   
 
http://englishfl3eso.wikispaces.com/WELCOME+TO+OUR+WIKI
Lots of grammar practice and explanations! 

31 Jan 2015

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zahra.r
Iran

error   
 
hi dear friends,
is it correct to say like this:
"putting a programm inteacher īs lesson plan"
thank you so much in advance :)

31 Jan 2015

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anamarbelen
Spain

Oxford Webinar and website link   
 

Hello, dear friends.

I would like to give you some information about a  Webinar organized by Oxford:

OXFORD WEBINAR
Storytelling for teenagers: from monologue to dialogue

Jamie Keddie
Tuesday 3rd February 2015 – 18:00 – 19:00 (CET)

It is often teachers of young learners who are the quickest to embrace teacher-led storytelling as a way of engaging students. In this webinar, we will look at ways in which a short narrative can be used to generate a whole-class dialogue with language learning opportunities along the way.

Jamie Keddie is a teacher, writer and presenter who has shared his ideas with educators all over the world. Jamie is the founder of Lessonstream.org and the winner of a British Council ELTons award. His publications include Images (OUP, 2009) and Bringing Online Video into the Classroom (OUP, 2014).

Keep up-to-date with all the latest training opportunities on the Oxford Professional Development site.

The website http://lessonstream.org/, which is mentioned above, is really interesting.
 
Have a very good weekend.
 
Greetings. 
 
 
 
 

30 Jan 2015

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ueslteacher
Ukraine

I īve watched his other webinar "Video cameras in the hands of learners" and it was worthwile, some great ideas.

31 Jan 2015

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szamoca
Hungary

English and German bilingual lesson   
 
Dear Colleagues,
 
I īm looking for ideas for a bilingual lesson that I would like to have with my Ss. These student īs first foreign language is German  and they learn English as a second foreign language. The SS are 18 years old. Unfortunately in two years the SS in our school won īt learn two foreign languages just one. We would like to show how useful it is to know both languages and how much common things these languages share.
 
I haven īt done anything like this before so I thought I might ask you for some ideas.  If you happen to have any experience in this,  please share with me.
 
Thanks a lot.
 
 

30 Jan 2015

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annedavid
France

Hi. A few years ago, my German colleague and I used this website to show our students (lower secondary)  the similarities between German and English and it worked really well. Your students are older, but you may be able to adapt the activities for them:  http://ospitiweb.indire.it/~udee0001/deutsch/deutsch_nach_englisch/Deutsch_nach_Englisch.htm
Hope that helps you.

31 Jan 2015

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