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Elina21
Greece

REFERENCES   
 
Hello everybody!
 
I am writing this message to kindly ask all teachers who use already published material to create their worksheets to be very careful when they mention where they found the source because otherwise their worksheets can be easily reported as illegal. I am saying this because not long ago (on March 23rd), one of the contributors in this site called Naema, from Tunisia, uploaded a worksheet which had the title "Healthy Food" and was downloaded by 135 people. She uses a text and copyrighted images that come from a Greek state book called "Magic Book" used in the 3rd grade of Greek elementary schools. It was the piloting version of the book in the writing of which I also helped. In her comments she says that the text comes from the book "Think Teen" which is the Greek state English series used in the secondary education.
I understand that she may have got it wrong and that while she was trying to find a link for her idea to help her with her worksheet she didn ´t pay attention to details. Nevertheless she didn ´t bother to reply to the private messages I sent her in order to help her understand her mistake. Maybe I should have reported her worksheet but I gave her the benefit of the doubt as it is normal for all of us to make mistakes.  
We all may have used already published material for our worksheets but I hope you would all agree that it ´s essential for the writers and creators of this material to have some kind of acknowledgement through the proper reference.
Have a nice weekend! 

27 Mar 2015

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ueslteacher
Ukraine

Is the texbook you mention ESL?
If yes, then here ´s what it says in the rules of this website:
  • Please, don ´t use pictures taken from other ESL websites or books, even if you add your own exercises.

  • You can use texts from other websites or books in your worksheets if you add your own exercises or activities (For example, reading comprehension questions, etc). Please don ´t take texts from other ESL websites or books, it would be unfair.

So with or without mentioning the source, if it is ESL/EFL it CANNOT be used in a worksheet.
 
As to using images in general, here are the guidelines again:
You can use free images from cliparts or other free sources. You can also use images that you have subscribed to and paid for. 
NB: Mind that not all free cliparts can be used in your worksheets as a lot of owners of such cliparts do not allow redistribution, so check the terms of use before you use free stuff which is not in public domain. 

27 Mar 2015

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mourisca
Portugal

Easter - resources / activities   
 

-- EASTER ACTIVITIES / INTERACTIVE RESOURCES

n Several fun and educational interactive games

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2015/03/fun-and-educational-interactive-easter.html

n Easter jokes

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2015/03/easter-jokes.html

n Listening comprehension exercises

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/03/easter-vocabulary-listening.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/virtual-egg-hunts.html

n Interactive Easter Egg Hunt

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/03/interactive-easter-egg-hunt.html

n 100 Easter Crafts for Kids

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/virtual-egg-hunts.html

n Easter interactive wordsearch

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/04/easter-word-search.html

n Find your Easte Bunny name...

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/04/find-your-easte-bunny-name.html

n Easter Bonnets

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/04/easter-bonnets.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/easter-bonnets.html

n Easter cartoons

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/04/easter-cartoons-20112.html

EEEaster Puppet show

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/your-very-own-puppet-adventure-can-be.html

n Easter animated card

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/click-and-enjoy.html

 
 
 

- EASTER SONGS

n Easter Egg Hunt Song

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/03/easter-egg-hunt-song.html

n Bunny song

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/03/bunny-song.html

n Easter Pooch Concert (Easter Song with Dogs Playing Instruments)

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/03/easter-pooch-concert-easter-song-with.html

n Song

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/jesus.html

 
 

-- EASTER STORIES

n Several Interactive Easter Stories

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2015/03/interactive-easter-stories.html

n Easter Egg history - video and video script

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/04/easter-egg-history-video-and-video.html

n The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny – video

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/04/the-tale-of-peter-rabbit-and-benjamin.html

n Animated Easter Stories

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/animated-easter-story.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/easter-story.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/04/easter-story_22.html

n An Easter Tale

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/04/easter-tale.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/04/an-easter-story-for-kids.html

 
 
 
 

27 Mar 2015


Morooo
Argentina

Great!! Thx for sharing!!   

27 Mar 2015

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wizardsoulmile
Egypt

my writing   
 
good morning everybody 
I need some one to edit my writing 
waiting your help 

27 Mar 2015

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Jessisun
Argentina

Easter ideas needed!!!   
 
Hi everybody!!!! As you know we ´re having Easter next week. I work in a private English academy and we ´re planning some games or activities to celebrate it. Any suggestions? They will be more than welcomed! Thank you so much in advance!

26 Mar 2015


Mariethe House
France

Here is one of my minibooks I did a few years back. It is suitable for elementary kids.
 

27 Mar 2015

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hamidov206
Morocco

Pen-friend project   
 
Hello Colleagues from all over the globe!
After the success of a project of  correspondence between a group of beginners from Morocco with others from Turkey. I would like to launch another version. I am very sure that this activity is one of the very beneficial and interesting activities as it allows students to explore new cultures along with improving their reading, writing skills as well as their language level in general. So, if you are interested, Just let me know and we can set off right away on this enjoyable experience!

26 Mar 2015

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hamidov206
Morocco

Hello Hoyraz, 
Thank you for your interest. Your group may be convenient for both of mine and crzaroni from Brazil. Anyway, we are ready, to set off. Send me a number of students names with their gender and age (those who are 13-14 if possible).
Thank you. 

27 Mar 2015

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MARIOUMA
Tunisia

2nd form   
 
hi i need a sample lesson plan for the lesson job hunting 2nd form tunisian pupils is it obligatory to teach it as a listening is there  any other method since i dont have the tape

26 Mar 2015

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araveg
Spain

HELP   
 
Hi everyone,
 
I have one doubt about these sentences. I have to connect them to make a subordinate one.
 
-WE ENJOYED OUR HOLIDAY- WE LOST OUR SUITCASE (DESPITE)
 
Must I say:  We enjoyed our holiday despite losing our suitcase
 
or      despite having lost our suitcase 
 
 
And the other one
 
 
 
-HE IS OLDER THAN ME . HE HAS GOT MORE RESPONSABILITY
 
Can I join then with SUCH or SO , or do I have to use another connector?
 
For instance
 
He is older than me and a such, he has got more responsability
or
He is older than me so he has got more responsability
 
Thanks in advance 

26 Mar 2015

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Very nicely answered by Giorgi.

26 Mar 2015

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maryse peyé
France

Free pdf Cambridge books you can download (old editions)   
 
Unfortunately I have to cancel the link ! I´m really sorry about that but a member, who is more able in checking than I am, advised me to do that. I have decided to follow the wise advice to prevent any possible problem ! Sorry again.

26 Mar 2015

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Aziyaded
Mexico

Thanks a lot!!!!   

26 Mar 2015

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evinches
France

Flipboard et al   
 
Hi folks!
 
I don ´t have classes today so I was surfing the Web and wondering if any of you use Flipboard or similar in class. It looks very attractive for building class projects etc. I ´d love to hear your good ideas and maybe see some examples.
 
Have a great day wherever you are,
Esther 

26 Mar 2015

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Jayho
Australia

Smartphone-friendly class blog   
 
Hi everyone
 
I´d like to venture down the track of a class blog (or similar) for the purpose of getting students to write informally.
 
One of my current programs is speaking-focused around career planning and job search. Writing really only covers CVs and cover letters which in my opinion is not enough. I´ve tried writing journals in the past but as it is not compulsory the students just don´t do it. So, considering they do just about everything on their smartphone, I thought perhaps some sort of blog.
 
Do you know of any smartphone-friendly simple blogs that I can look into?
 
This group of students are young adults with intermediate English.
 
BTW, I´ve never worked with blogs before so the concept is new to me, but exciting!
 
Cheers
 
Jayho
 
 

26 Mar 2015

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Jayho
Australia

Thx Sophia and for those who PMd me.
 
It seems that edublog gets the vote so that´s what I´ll try.
 
Cheers
 
Jayho

27 Mar 2015

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