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john2128
Brazil

Jeopardy Games to Learn English   
 
 
 
 
Hello everyone, it´s John again and today I´d like to show you some of the Jeopardy games on the site. I hope you enjoy.
https://www.coolenglish.net/jeopardy 

23 Jul 2019

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john2128
Brazil

Please Tell Me What You Think Of My New Site    
 
Hey guys I am releasing a new version of my site and would love your feedback. Please let me know what you think and how I might improve it.
 
little videos explaining how to use the site 
 
 

22 Jul 2019

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john2128
Brazil

Over the next couple of weeks Ill be posting many videos with detailed descriptions and best practices of how to use the games and activities on the site

23 Jul 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Help with IELTs reading   
 
Hi friends,
 
I am teaching at a summer school. On Tuesday, I have to present a one hour session �Beginning IELTs reading� to a class of 14 -17 year olds at level B2+ . I haven�t got a clue. Any ideas? Any suitable stuff on here, or links?
 
Lynne  

21 Jul 2019

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aftab57
United Kingdom

Just Google IELTS Reading B2+  ... there are lots of free materials you can download.

22 Jul 2019

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dzheleva
Canada

teaching LINC in Canada   
 
Hi everybody!
Does anyone have experience and/or materials teaching LINC (English for newcomers) in Canada? I�ve been given a couple of courses to teach and am pretty much clueless as to what is expected to be covered. Any help will be great. Please email me directly at [email protected]
Thanks!!!
Dani 

20 Jul 2019

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yanogator
United States

Back to work   
 
Hey, Friends!
After 11 years of doing things other than teaching ESL, I�ll be returning to it soon either at the end of July, or the beginning of September. I�ll find out late next week). As before, the school uses prepared textbooks and materials, so I won�t be preparing worksheets to share with you, but I know that it will be a nice change from teaching remedial math to college students (many of whom resisted learning it).
 
Bruce 

19 Jul 2019

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Congratulations, Bruce!

22 Jul 2019

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AJFC
Portugal

IEYC Curriculum   
 
Hello, dear friends!
 
Anyone here working with IEYC curriculum at school? That is International Early Years Curriculum? I�d like to exchange some ideas.
 
 
Thanks a lot!
 
AJFC 

19 Jul 2019

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maryse pey
France

WOD 17 July 2019   
 
What a yummy surprise in my mid-holiday Douglas ! Thanks a bunch for your choosing my humble daffynition.
 
I hope you like my word : ASKANCE.
 
Here is for your imagination vivid, bright, foolish, crazy, unexpected.... and so on !
 
Let�s go guys with your wonderful ideas ! Make us all laugh and share a very good moment together !
 
ASKANCE means... 

17 Jul 2019

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Cariboo
France

The name of a new dance  which includes a crowd surfing as a grand final.
 
Prayers are highly requested not to finish smashed as  "vulgar" potatoes on the floor hence the contraction of ask and (d)ance.

20 Jul 2019

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karagozian
France

The BIG PIG PIC caption contest   
 

Hello to ALL of you.

Thanks a million dear friend for choosing my caption, I truly loved your picture. It really was funny and thought provoking. Fortunately I was quicker than our talented LESS! Now as Lynne predicted the battle goes on !!! As I said earlier I love animals. Unlike many here dogs are my favourite. On ESL cats come always first but pigs are very trendy now and known to be much more intelligent than dogs and cats together. So, let us go for a pigpic competition. Dearest ALL I hope this will generate the most hilarious fantastic pigcaptions. Remember that Dale still comes first in the picture hit parade with 27 reactions. I will be waiting for your exciting captions. Let us see if this will nourish your imagination.

 

Labourious again but I finally made it "ALL BY MYSELF - ELF" "ALL BY MYSE - E - E - E - ELF"
 
 

17 Jul 2019

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jfaraujo
Portugal

On the upcoming cover of Vogue: Three fashionable pigs: How pigs fashion matters!

21 Jul 2019

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elderberrywine
Germany

Retiring from teaching    
 
You�re approaching retirement?
You have been teaching all your life?
 
Teaching children and teaching languages has been much more than a job for you, it has been a way of life, it has been a calling, a vocation, it has given your life sense and meaning. 
You have been aware of the fact that you have been fulfilling an important function in your society, an important task that gave your life purpose.
 
Surely you found it more and more difficult to put up with the noise, the ever-increasing paperwork, the diversity of children, the fact that your society might expect far too much from school that parents are not willing or able to give their children any more.  You came home more and more tired and relied on that little nap after school, before you pulled yourself together to prepare the lessons for the following day. But you had this purpose and this function and you loved to see those kids� or young people�s faces and enjoyed their moments of eagerness and interest.
 
Now this is soon going to be over, you are reaching your expiration date as a highly functional member of your society. 

School has been such an important  and such a large part of your life ... are you afraid of being left with too little? Of being bored, feeling useless? Or are you eager to do all the things that had to be put off for so many years because somehow between your own kids and those you taught in school you never had time?
Did you prepare yourself for this moment?  Did you have illusions about it  and have to unexpectedly re-define your post-teaching life? How do you deal with the big hole that is left in your day, your mind, your way of thinking?
How long after retirement do you think you will stop reading and coming across things and automatically reflecting on how they could be put to use in class? 
Are you afraid that you, who had to juggle so many things at the same time and who ate "multitasking"  for breakfast, lunch and dinner for decades, will soon find little chores tiring and complex that got done
 
Please share your thoughts and experiences with me. I�ve got a while to go, but many of the co-workers I�ve been with are leaving or have recently left, so these thoughts preoccupy me.
 

17 Jul 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Ill be there!:-))

22 Jul 2019

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douglas
United States

Daffynition Winner   
 
Congratulations to Maryse for winning the daffynition contest with her definition for desuetude (please don�t be offended Sue ).
 
To paraphrase the definition, she made the word into "fake news" -- well done!
 
 
 
 
Thanks for playing,
Douglas

17 Jul 2019

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Useful phrases at airport

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 9

 
 
 
 
Rihanna Biography reading Past Simple Present Perfect tasks
The present handout is intendent at intermediate and advanced level. It is great for revising reading and speaking skills as well as Past Simple and Present Perfect tense.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Downloads: 7

 
 
 
 
Lets talk about your trip
Its an activity I created to guide conversation about studentss trips. I use it with my private students and they feel more confident to speak when they have the topics organized and at least one key word to explain the situations.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 10

 
 
 
 
PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
Great for using as a test for prepositions of place or practicing it.
Level: elementary
Age: 6-10
Downloads: 3

 
 
 
 
Money Saying
Students have to guess the sayings in groups and debate in class as a big group.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Downloads: 2

 
 
 
 
food in Chile

Level: elementary
Age: 7-10
Downloads: 10

 
 
 
 
Describe a toy
An activity children can use to describe their favorite toy, this is to help them gather the information and use it to do a presentation.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-10
Downloads: 10

 
 
 
 
prepositions of location

Level: elementary
Age: 10-15
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Family fun exercise

Level: elementary
Age: 9-14
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dear mr kilmer
literature component in the novel
Level: elementary
Age: 14-16
Downloads: 3