Hi David Maybe its obvious to some but I'm not sure how to play and I also want to create a top 5 game as well. What is the point of it. There are always 5 answers. Do the students guess according to…Continue
Hi people, i'm doing a research on whether is good for English language teachers to use the L1 of the students or the target language (English) when teaching in the classroom. So i would really…Continue
I'd like to share in this forum and would like others to share, short stories that might apply to education / teaching and that will inspire. I believe stories and a narrative are powerful, whether…Continue
Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals contains a series of movie segments and activities to assess grammar points through fun, challenging exercises. Here you will find the movie segments, the exercise sheets and the tips to develop your own grammar activities with the DVDs you have at home.
This year you get two for the price of one - PAC7 (Pan Asian Consortium) and JALT 2008. The Asian Youth Forum will also be held. This is going to be a very exciting conference. I hope to see all of you there.
There are many ways to master a language. There is NO magic really, just desire and intrinsic motivation. I came across an article in today's paper that said some very important things on this topic and I'd like to share it.
Most important to me (of what they say) - is to let the English come in the back door. To learn English by relaxing, using what you have and interacting. It ISN"T study! Sure, you have to memorize a number of words to get some "take off"… Continue
Thanks very much for this site, probably one of the best social networks for EFL on the Net, with that appealing underlying phylosophy of 2.0. I particularly appreciate the resources section and the eSnips repository (though I regret the blackout of Scribd, where I came up against this Site).
I´d be very grateful if some of the members could upload resources related to the so trendy method of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated…Continue
I've just started a new blog called CLIPS FOR CLIL with worksheets and video clips for content-based classes. I'd be very interested in getting your opinions and feedback :)
I have one of purpose for my Country IT Development... So i try the best of mylife .... Underlatter is writing Myanmar language .... My Contry don't work credit card so .. I always serch free site and writing ......Some time very difficult of my life ......All Place don't have credit card if can't pass someplace......... Now i see this classroom so i think .. This room can help to me for easy to study ....
I have one of purpose for my Country IT Development... So i try the best of mylife .... Under latter is writing Myanmar language .... My Contry don't work credit card so .. I always serch free site and writing ......Some time very difficult of my life ......All Place don't have credit card if can't pass someplace......... Now i see this classroom so i think .. This room can help to me for easy to study ....
The longer I am teaching, the more time I spend thinking and living the "teaching life", the stronger grows my belief in inclusion. Meaning, classrooms of whatever specialty/level should be open for all and it is up to the school/community/teachers/students to adapt and accept this new dynamic. I've heard all the other arguments but I don't think separation is the answer at all.
It is the time for us to marvel at the Para Olympians in Beijing. But it is not just our… Continue
They found out that someone came in their house. Therefore, the house was so messy and not organized their stuffs. They were running into their rooms and checking their important things. After they checked out their missing items, they called to police.
See the FULL SCREEN version and more TED videos on our TED Talk feed page. Living as an EFL teacher rogue, roustabout, expat and "outsider" -- one often gets to see the world in special ways. It is a tremendous opportunity to grow as an individual and to really see humanity for what it is. See not just the diversity but the ever…
I never thought I'd hear a Frenchman say so.....but it is true. No other than the French education minister has admitted that the French have to get up to speed and are suffering because of their poor English language skills (all relative but poor when compared to their competitors like the Germans).
I've lived and spent years in France and I have a love / hate relationship with the country. I love how they LOVE language. It is the only country I know where… Continue
Hi all! Welcome to my first blog’s post. At first, I want to talk something about myself. My name is Quang and you can call me Nick, I’m from Vietnam and this is the second semester I’ve been here to study in Alp program. In Vietnam, I was graduated in university with the main major is Computer Science after that; I worked for CIS company (Copyright International Services) for 9 months. My work is about try to control and limit the sharing music through internet. In my free time, I usually surf… Continue
Welcome! I'am Park, Jong Seon. You can call me 'J'! I have lived in Korea until 2006.
I built this blog for my class. I want to tell you about my interests and hobbies.
My interests were playing soccer, working out, jogging, and playing computer games. After I have seen a movie called Terminator, I enjoyed to make a perfect body like Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger.
I go to gym every night.
My hobby is watching TV. My favorite TV drama is Prison Break.