Dear EFL Classroom 2.0 members,
I hope all goes well in your school and classroom.
We have many new resources to share this month. I appreciate members sharing our private community and letting others know about what we are doing and about.
Besides what's recommended below, make sure to check out our Teaching English magazine and New Resources magazine!
Happy teaching and learning,
"When one teaches, two learn"
New & Recommended
1. Memorial Day
This federal U.S. holiday is the 3rd Monday of every May. Learn more about it and get resources for teaching about it.
Memorial Day >>>
2. Mother's Day
Here is a nice lesson and activity for Mother's Day. Also try this song in class: Slow Down.
Thank You Mom >>>
3. 50 Lists
Our 50 Lists are classics and I want to make sure all teachers take a look at them. Download the pdfs here.
Get Them Here >>>>
4. Gif Lingua
I'll be writing more about learning with Gifs in the coming weeks. Stay tuned. Also new functionality on the site.
Here are a few books recently created among the 2,000+ already leveled and available. All with videos, flashcards, worksheets and more. Read and use on any device.
News May 8th (we "gif wrap the news each week) | Bees | ...ness |
Personal Opinions | Apple Pear Orange Bear | Male -Female
5. EnglishCentral - Check it out.
I'll mention again - teachers can register in a class and check out EnglishCentral as a full member. Millions of students using it can't be wrong.
1. First if not registered, do so here on the Academic page.
2. Join the class by clicking this link and getting an upgraded class seat.
3. Enjoy trialing EnglishCentral and think about using with your students next term or course!
6. New Blog Posts & Magazine
Every month we have many new blog posts and also a published online magazine.
Our magazine highlights all the best posts about education and language on the web. It's a must resource for keeping update.
Our LinkedIn group also offers great professional development opportunities.
New blog posts: Star Wars Generator | Using Photos When Teaching | Making Manifestos | Easy Listening: Using music