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mouradhope
Algeria

Need help!
 
 
Hi everybody,
Unable to extract rar.files from VK.com. Does anyone know the password? Thanks in advance and have a nice day!

24 Jul 2014

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mouradhope
Algeria

Need help!
 
 
Hi everybody,
Unable to extract rar.files from VK.com. Does anyone know the password? Thanks in advance and have a nice day!

24 Jul 2014

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douglas
United States

Caption Contest July 24-? 2014
 
Hi all! Here īs the newest picture for the Caption Contest: Cheers, Douglas

24 Jul 2014

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tymae01
Philippines

Monkeys. Break glass in case of hunger.

24 Jul 2014

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redcamarocruiser
United States

site to check for virus risk of web page
 
My contribution to restoring the forum 
to normal proportions:

This site checks the saftey of sites.
http://zulu.zscaler.com/
When searcing for free backgrounds 
one is sometimes directed to sites
which have malicious code or tracking.

You can save yourself the anguish of 
removing malware by checking the url 
of an unfamiliar site first with
http://zulu.zscaler.com/

24 Jul 2014

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Film Studies
 
Yes, it is awkward having the forum distorted!

Next term, I have got a group of 14 year old boys for two hours a week and I thought I would teach EAL via films. I know there are some good sites, but I can īt find them. Can anyone let me know?

Thanks
Lynne

24 Jul 2014

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Thank you redcamarocruiser and cheezels - they are great links. Got 6 weeks holiday to do my planning!

24 Jul 2014

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JuliaKaraban
Russian Federation

It īs like a spam
 
The size of the page makes me feel a bit  uncomfortable. There is no reaction from the person who made it. What about to add something pleasant and useful to help the page to be renewed? 

These are printable cards and envelopes for different seasonal occasions: 

http://www.mescards.com/cards-for-kids.php

Here are different projects for school children. You can choose English, Russian or Spanish language to read the ideas:

https://globallab.org/en/project/catalog/

I think Starfall site is rather well- known, but I share it with those who don īt know it yet:

http://www.starfall.com/n/level-a/learn-to-read/play.htm?f

Please, don īt answer me, but help to make the page to be normal again.

23 Jul 2014

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edrodmedina
United States

WOD
 
Hello colleagues. It īs been a while since I īve been around but it īs nice to see that the games and old friends are still around. Thatnks elderberry for choosing my definition. The new WOD is CONFORMATOR. Please, let īs see your creative and clever definitions. Remember we don īt want the actual definition but one that comes to mind when you read the word.

23 Jul 2014

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

A conformater is a mother who suppresses her offsring īs originality and sense of fun. She wants them to fit in and be as dull and boring as the next person īs offspring in the hope that they will get 27 exam passes and become a doctor, a lawyer, or - she will just about accept this - an accountant . 

24 Jul 2014

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lovelycase1987
China

We want U!
 
Hi~~
I īm an English teacher from China. This year, we focus on setting a program called Grace Globe, which mainly provide our students different opportunities to use the learnt English, also provide them a platform to know the world and get the world know them.
From our aspect, the best way to learn English as a second foreign language for kids is to have the same age kids to speak to(especially ESL kids). And of course, beyond our expectation, they always obtain more.
So, we want kids from different countries, different levels, different ages to become pen pals from this program. 
If u r the teacher or parent or student have the same idea as us, mail me.
Regards to all respectable ESL teachers.

23 Jul 2014

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lovelycase1987
China

Hi~~guys..
It īs so good to have your replies.
 Our students are mainly from 8 - 12, yet we have some other students below 18, and they are better at understanding than expressing.
If possible, how do you think this way:
Preparation Stage:
1. Information Card: Have our students who are interested in this program prepare some information they want to tell.(Photos, families, food, music, movies, super-star, anecdote ... etc, e-mail address or mail address is required.) with a word to their Pen Pal(s). We keep these cards in our hand temporarily, instead of delivery them immediately.
2. Question Sheet: They will prepare a set of questions that they concern most (I think 10 might be okay, could be about the country, or could be about the Pen Pal) with the NAME of this student.
Teachers ī Stage:
1. Deliver each student īs Question Sheet to every participants.
2. Collect those Question Sheets and sort them according to the NAMEs and type them in as .doc or .docx or .PDF files.
Matching Stage:
1. We teachers exchange all the collected and sored Question Sheets and deliver them to the right students.(Name corresponding.)
2. They will chose their favorite feed-back(s) as their Pen Pal(s) and we can give the corresponding information card(s) to them then.
3. There they go the first mail or e-mail or postcard.

May be you have better suggestions, please let me know.
Also can e-mail me: 1075675271@qq.com
Keep in touch!

23 Jul 2014

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vanluyentchl
Vietnam

Please help me to solve this problems it causes interrupting me from posting work
 

404 - File or directory not found.

The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

23 Jul 2014

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Anna P
Brazil

Unfortunatelly it will be removed because it īs a copy from 

http://en.islcollective.com/resources/printables/worksheets_doc_docx/food_crossword/nouns-food-beginner/4567    and the name of the author is different from yours.

You should try to make your own work.  A good idea would be to download French Frog īs or Icha Cantero īs tutorials on how to prepare a worksheet. They īre free and you won īt need to use points.  After learning a few tips, things become very simple and soon you have enough points to be able to download 30 worksheets (from the new ones).

And, please reduce the size of your message. Thanks!


23 Jul 2014

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isa2
Austria

Winner of the caption contest
 
Hi everybody,

I would like to announce a winner.
Three contestants were short-listed: elderberrywine, julia karaban and douglas.
I will hand the cup over to Douglas who made me laugh out loud with
"I want a Big Mac!"

Congratulations, Douglas

23 Jul 2014

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Gerunds or infinitives? Songs
Iīm sharing an activity for students to practice the use of gerunds and infinitives through songs. Students are supposed to choose the correct verb alternative (gerund or infinitive) and then listen in order to check. Hopefully, the power of music will help our students remember the verbs patterns. Find the audio at stickygrammar.blogsp ot.com
Level: advanced
Age: 13-100
Downloads: 36

 
 
 
 
The Bangles - Eternal Flame (BINGO activity)
A bingo activity on The Bangles - Eternal Flame songs. Students are to listen to the song and get the expressions they hear. There are 7 expressions that are NOT in the song. Keys are provided. Great song for the elementary level. Even New English File Elementary has it.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-100
Downloads: 6

 
 
 
 
Shapes and their names
Pictures of shapes with their name under the shape
Level: elementary
Age: 5-14
Downloads: 8

 
 
 
 
school objects bingo cards
30 bingo cards to revise school objects
Level: elementary
Age: 8-12
Downloads: 7

 
 
 
 
Eva is telling about her town: Perpignan
Another worksheet of the series "telling about a town or village"! Hope it is as helpful as the other ones! Thanks a lot for your nice comments and motivating words!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Downloads: 33

 
 
 
 
Schedule
Writhe your schedule.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 8

 
 
 
 
conversational cards
this conversational cards are made up to applied in younger- student - classes. after covering the vocabulary of toys, colors and numbers use these cards to inicitiate a conversation with students. they use the information in the cards to express different things guided by you
Level: elementary
Age: 4-6
Downloads: 13

 
 
 
 
Questions Words Exercises
Questions Words Exercises
Level: elementary
Age: 5-12
Downloads: 31

 
 
 
 
Crockpot Apple Sauce Recipe
A recipe with step by step directions and visuals for cooking homemade applesauce in a crockpot in the classroom.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-12
Downloads: 20

 
 
 
 
BBC NEWS Argentina July 2014|
Reading Article
Level: intermediate
Age: 15-100
Downloads: 12