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I hope everything is fine to all of you... I wanted to say that rules are to be followed, that ´s why they are made. I have read the rules once and again and from my point of view there ´s nowhere I broke the rules in my worksheet that has been removed. I don ´t care, but I think it was unfair if we talk about the rules and not the preferences. The worksheet was reported and then checked by administrator and finally deleted. Well I made exercises for it and I will upload again. But here it goes the rules that once were writen and it wasn ´t by me. What I understand here is that you can upload only a reading ws as far as it was writen by you. Well, this is my case. But maybe there is something I didn ´t understand well. In that case, let me know, please. However, there is no problem as I have made up some exercises to the text...There has been another ws with only text and wasnÂ´t reported and another that only had a sentence telling to end up the story which doesnÂ´t make much difference as any teacher can just ask children to make a sumary of the story.
i wish you all a great week! Izas
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.
If your worksheet is just a reading text, it will only be accepted if the text is written by you.
It is acceptable to take a text from other sources (not ESL websites or ESL books) and add your own exercises or activities, but you are not allowed to take an exercise from another source and add more exercises of your own. All the exercises must be yours.
I had a similar problem. I have been teaching for nearly 20 years and I create web activities and worksheets. An original worksheet that I created and contributed was “reported” and deleted too. It’s frustrating, but maybe you can find something else to upload?
I think sometimes that if what you add looks very professional, or like it could be copied, people may just assume that it is.
I think another tip is that if you add pictures, it will look really interesting and a lot more people will want to download it.
Good luck! :D
Help!!! Dear teachers!I ´m preparing a demonstrative lesson with my 6th graders on Present Perfect with already/ just/ yet and I ´ve been looking for some video material on this topic , but I couldn ´t find any. Could you please suggest some sites from which I could download a short video (up to 3 minutes) concerning that? I ´d be glad, thank you in advance!
This morning I noticed a ws had been reported for not being an esl exercise. It certainly was an ESL resource, but the issue was there was a listening exercise, without a link or a transcript. It was a 2 sheet ws, with some great exercises. The listening was a very short paragraph at the bottom of page 2, with only 3 blanks to fill! Any teacher could have improvised this exercise or just left it out. I voted for the ws to stay, and put a note on, hoping other moderators would vote to keep it. However, shortly after, the ws disappeared and it has been removed. This ws had got 116 points. I think this reporting, though well-intentioned, was very unfair. If the ws was a copy, fair enough, but this was not the reason given.
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shell shock and the case of Private Farr
An oral comprehension activity from a youtube video on shell shocked soldiers tried and shot for cowardice during the first world war
Level: intermediate Age: 15-17 Downloads: 11
Film review - Moana
It is a film review about the film Moana. It has general information about the film, the summary, analysing the main characters and recommendation about it. Then students should answer different questions after reading the review. It can help students to understand how to write a film review.
Level: advanced Age: 14-16 Downloads: 33
I can see.... Game
A student goes to the front of the class and picks one of the words from the pile. He must then describe what he can see, and other students try to guess where he is.
Simple but interesting game that I thought up and have not seen else where so I have added it here.
I have tried this game several times and it has always been entertaining. A great...
Level: intermediate Age: 6-100 Downloads: 13
Time to count!
Having fun with numbers!
Level: elementary Age: 4-8 Downloads: 14
An activity where students need to draw different food items according to correct number.
Level: elementary Age: 5-7 Downloads: 1
GAP FILLERS IN INTERVIEW
Can be used to insert gap fillers in reading activity - Next task could be students writing their own interview (with someone who has a similar or a different job)
Level: intermediate Age: 10-14 Downloads: 32
Can be used to create an org chart and / or describe various jobs in businesses.
Level: intermediate Age: 12-17 Downloads: 9