IELTS Writing Task 1: Typical body paragraph (D) — AIYSHAH’S ENGLISH PAGE

For some people who are taking the IELTS exam, the report writing section is the most difficult, for others the easiest. It all comes down to how well you can understand graphs and numbers and what they tell you about the overall trend explored in the graph. To do this you need to understand the […]

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Using interactive flashcards for vocabulary practice

I love using to practice vocabulary with my students.

First of all, I’m a big fan of teaching vocabulary chunks so when I’m teaching a course, I make it a point to teach certain groups of vocabulary together and to explore how to teach them to my students so they actually stick. For me recycling is the key so lately I’ve been using in class and for out-of-class practice for my students. You can create digital flashcards in groups and on the page you can even share your flashcards so others can…

via Using interactive flashcards for vocabulary practice — TatyGoRa’s ELT Think Tank

She Sells Seashells ‘sh’/’s’ Tongue Twister [ppt] — It’s Michellé teacher

Everyone who’s studied English knows “She sells seashells“. It’s the simple yet challenging tongue twister that practises that difference between the “sh” sound and the “s” sound. In the attached Power Point, I’ve created a short activity for this classic. Use it before a speaking activity, as a warmer or filler, or just to get […]

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Word Families

Word family activities introduce students to predictable word patterns. I often use rhyming activities with my emergent readers to develop pertinent decoding skills. Learning these “chunks” of words make pronouncing and decoding complex words significantly easier. Every week, I introduce a new word family to my kindergarteners. During the activity, I have the students make a […]

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