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Britain is now a highly industrialized country and there are only 238,000 farms in the UK. More and more farmersleave the land because they can not earn enough money to survive. Only large farms are economic and because of thismost British farm are big. They usually grow cereals in the east of England and raise sheep and cowsin the north ofEngland and Scotland. The small family farms often have to earn more money by offering bed and breakfastaccommodation to tourists.
Farming methods in Britain have also changed. Fields used to be quite small, divided by hedges which weresometimes a thousand years old and full of wild flowers and birds. Many hedges were pulled up to allow farmers to usemordern machinery. Now most fields in England are large by European standards.
Hi everybody. Let me introduce myself. I am Noor Aeni, an English teacher from Indonesia. I am curious about STEM and I want to know how to apply it in my English teaching learning. Can anybody help me to share ´STEM LESSON PLAN ´ so that I can learn about it. Thanks a lot.
So I am on my cruise, teaching adults Italian. I only have to do an hour a day and my resources are wonderful, if I say so myself! - but, there are fifty or so students, no desks, just chairs and I am standing at the front, with a microphone attached as the background noise, including air conditioning is so loud. They are all over fifty, most much older, so Splat! etc is not suitable. They seem reluctant to do role plays. I ´ve done odd one out, match up etc, but just on powerpoint.... Well, any ideas to liven this up?
Hi there, I am looking for teachers willing to leave the stage for their pupils to communicate openly with colleagues from TUNISIA (via SKYPE ....)
I teach pupils aged 13-17. For those who are really interested it would be an honor for me to cooperate and come up with something from outside the box. Details about how, when .... are left for discussion.
When you knock at your neighbour´s door and say: "Trick or treat", this is what you´ll get. So don´t have dinner at home.
I swear I will cook some monster spaghetti diabolognese GRR BRR SHH !!! ZZZ GRR... and I invite all of you ! Will you come on Halloween next 31st October at Midnight in my Hell Castle ? With the most awful costume of course !
Adverbs - Taboo Game
The students pick a card from the list of verbs and then a card from the list of adverbs. They have to mime the action in the manner of the adverb, for the other students to guess.
Level: elementary Age: 13-100 Downloads: 16
A model exam for entering the advanced course of English
Level: advanced Age: 17-100 Downloads: 15
ready for advanced
To review unit 6 from the book ´Ready for advanced.´
Level: advanced Age: 14-100 Downloads: 6
Halloween vocabulary book
Contains 12 vocabulary examples.
Ghost, mummy, Dracula, zombie, Jack o´ lantern, witch, skeleton, black cat, trick or treat, bat, spider, werewolf.
When I print the book, I change the guidance lines from black to white. Makes it look neater, once folded.
Level: elementary Age: 5-100 Downloads: 28