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krokette
France

ROALD DAHL AND HOW HE CREATES INTERESTING CREATURES   
 
Hi,
 
I īm looking for an audio file : Roald Dahl explaining how he creates interesting creatures. I know that it is a document used in the book "E for English 5è"  CD 1 track 14 but I don ī t have it.  Does anyone have it?
 
Thanks

19 Sep 2017

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jfaraujo
Portugal

Ask a stupid question Day   
 
I received an email from Pearson with an idea that I think is quite interesting for students of all levels.
Here is the link to it.
 
 

19 Sep 2017

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spinney
United Kingdom

Love it, thank you!

19 Sep 2017

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cristinacarre
Spain

online exercices for kids   
 
Hello!!.
Can somebody recomend a webside to reforce english vocabulary like numbers,colours, body parts and others. Playing online.
 
 
Thank you!!!

18 Sep 2017

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MaestraJohns
United States

Quizlet.com  using the Quizlet.live function
 
I personally think the membership is worth it to track my students growth but  everything else is free.
 
HIGHLY recommend it.  



Here is my quizlet that I created for Body Parts studying

https://quizlet.com/224276029/body-parts-flash-cards/

19 Sep 2017

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sunoasis
China

For dictionary recommendation Please   
 
Dear all,
 
Does anyone know any online or offline dictionaries which has the function of making wordlists? and could export your own wordlists with phonetics and meaning as well?
 
Thank a lot 

17 Sep 2017

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guorkhan
Turkey

First Funny Words for Kids    
 
 

17 Sep 2017


martinasvabova
Czech Republic

Really nice. Thank you for sharing.

19 Sep 2017

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elisabetegomes
Portugal

films + language learning   
 
Hello dear all.
 
I was wondering if anyone could tell me about some recent films (up to 3/4 years old) that can be used for the topic "Learning a second/third language". If it can be connected with the many "Englisheses", it works as well. I found "Still Alice" (2014) recommended somewhere but I īve never watched it.  
 
Thanks for all the help:)
 
Elisabete Gomes 

17 Sep 2017

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MaestraJohns
United States

"Speaking in Tongues" by Patchwork Films
 
or
 
Walkout -- it is more about the fight to have bilingual education and the right to use your native language in the classroom 
 
 

18 Sep 2017

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Teacher Karima
Tunisia

developing and assessing writing   
 
good morning 
  could you please help me with worksheets dealing with developing and assessing writing thank you 

16 Sep 2017

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Teacher Karima
Tunisia

thank you joannajs you very helpful
 

18 Sep 2017

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maynoo
Tunisia

Tunisian English Teachers   
 
Dear colleagues;
Could  you please send me the link of the listening audio material (3rd year secondary education).
Thank you for your help! 
 

16 Sep 2017

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douglas
United States

Caption Contest week 37a 2017: Winner   
 
Hi All,
 
Thanks for the great contributions this time around, it was really a hard choice, but in the end, "there can be only one".


 
And the winner is : Gumby59 with "I hear a stampede of seahorses!"
 
An honorable mentions goes out to Les Douglas for his: "I don īt think I should have eaten that second plate of Oysters!"
 
Cheers,
Douglas

15 Sep 2017


gumby59
Hong Kong

Thanks everyone for giving my caption the vote. So here īs another one for all you clever writers out there!
 
 
 
 

17 Sep 2017

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jfaraujo
Portugal

Copyrighted picture   
 
Hi all!
 
I have just received a very kind message from Sylvie (pie-d-aignel) saying that I still have a copyrighted image on my "Classroom Language" worksheet.
Once again, the boy with his raised hand.
If anyone wants to report it I will understand.
I really have to be extra careful with images I see on the internet because I didn īt notice it was copyrighted.
Thanks for understand.
 
jfaraujo 

14 Sep 2017

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karagozian
France

We all make mistakes. They are never silly but help us making headway.

16 Sep 2017

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Students can set up their board like battleship, choosing 2 or 3 secret locations of their "boats." Their opponent guesses a location of their "ship" by conjugating the subject with "to be" and the appropriate connecting part.
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Level: elementary
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Level: elementary
Age: 7-15
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Worksheet to practise the gerund as well as subject verb agreement. Includes marks to help students get used to writing sufficient information for marks available.
Level: elementary
Age: 4-8
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English Words of Foreign Origins
Since International Day of Languages is coming, I decided to do this worksheet where students have to match English words of foreign origins to the corresponding picture. As a follow up, they could be asked to find out what is the origin of the words. Thank you yet again to Mada for her fantastic template. Enjoy!
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
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job interview
I used this paper as a speaking activity. First the pupils have to write the questions in the correct order and then they can perform a roleplay with a partner. This activity led to a video application pupils had to submit to participate to the best job in the world campaign. Enjoy!
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
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Zoo animals scrambling

Level: elementary
Age: 7-11
Downloads: 0