Monthly Archives: August 2016

Reader resources

This website was created and is updated by English teachers and includes some great resources on popular school readers. It is organised by author and title, and has pdf documents as well as links to online resources for each book. … Continue reading

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Movie clips

Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals, despite it’s rather long-winded name, is a comprehensive resource of movie clips to which blogger has matched grammar points. Some of the activities are nothing to write home about, but they can give you … Continue reading

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Geography

Want your YLs to research one of the countries taking part in the World Cup? Here are some child-friendly websites they can use. Atlapedia is organised alphabetically and the most comprehensive from this list. It includes information about the geography, … Continue reading

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Reading

Some of you may be familiar with the New Internationalist, an independent publisher on issues to do with social justice and sustainable development. They have recently developed a website aimed at ESL teachers based on the articles that appear in … Continue reading

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Songs

Using songs in class is a document produced by Person full of ideas on using music in class, particularly with teenagers. It has a plethora of ideas from activities to projects. They range from focusing on vocabulary to writing and go … Continue reading

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