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  • A speaking activity designed especially for lower level and shyer students. It gives them plenty of time to think and plan what they are going to say. 
🌀 Find the full instructions for this activity, plus suggestions for five more here: http://bit.ly/SpeakingActivities
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  • Hi everyone and welcome to this Facebook Live for our course Migrants and Refugees in Education: A toolkit for teachers. We’ll be here for the next half hour or so to answer all your questions about our online course so please post your questions in the comments below.

      

  • Check out Cristina Cabal’s blog post ‘Nine ways to revise English vocabulary using slips of paper’ for the complete instructions for the five vocabulary activities described in this video, plus four more!
http://bit.ly/ReviseVocabulary
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  • Do your students’ eyes glaze over when you mention grammar?
According to Helen Hadkins, it doesn't have to be that way!
💥 Find more tips and ideas from Helen for making grammar learner-friendly here: http://bit.ly/TeensAndGrammar
Ann :)
#Grammar

      

  • This poem about friends is a great opportunity to help your young learners develop their reading and speaking skills.
💥 Download the audio, the words to the poem and an activity to go with it here: http://bit.ly/Poems-CricleOfFriends
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  • Hayat and Wiam, two teachers from Palestine, talk about some of the challenges they have faced when teaching primary learners who have been living in conflict areas.
💥 Join in discussions and find out more ideas about how you can support displaced students in the classroom on our free online course: Migrants and Refugees in Education: A toolkit for teachers .
💥 Find out about the course and join it here: http://bit.ly/FreeOnlineCourse-MigrantsAndRefugees
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#FreeOnlineCourse #FLMRE

      

  • Gail Ellis invites you to join her webinar tomorrow.
She’ll be talking about how using picturebooks offers an innovative, flexible and motivating approach to teaching primary learners.
💥 Find out more details of this FREE webinar and register for it here: http://bit.ly/Webinar-UsingPicturebooks
💥 Find out the time of the webinar where you are here: bit.ly/Time-Webinar-UsingPicturebooks
If you come along to the webinar you will be able to download a certificate of attendance at the end of it.
Ann :)
#FreeWebinar #Primary

      

  • Katherine Bilsborough and Cheryl Palin invite you to join them for a webinar tomorrow.
They’ll be sharing their insights and trade secrets on how to write great stories for primary learners.
💥 Find out more details of this FREE webinar and register for it here: http://bit.ly/Webinar-WritingStories–ELTPrimary
💥 Find out the time of the webinar where you are here: http://bit.ly/Time-Webinar-WritingStories
If you come along to the webinar you will be able to download a certificate of attendance at the end of it.
Ann :)
#FreeWebinar #Primary

      

  • Hi everyone and welcome to this Facebook Live for our course Migrants and Refugees in Education: A toolkit for teachers. We’ll be here for the next half hour or so to answer all your questions about our online course so please post your questions in the comments below.

      

  • Hi everyone and welcome to this Facebook Live for our course Understanding Language: Learning and Teaching. We’ll be here for the next half hour or so to answer all your questions about our online course so please post your questions in the comments below.

      

  • A plane crashes, leaving only one survivor... but who is she?
You and your students can find out the answer in our fantastic audio fiction series, The Survivor: https://bit.ly/Graded-Listening 

The downloadable audio is at three different levels, from A2 to B2, so you can choose the one that’s just right for your students!
Ann :)

      

  • Discussion activities really help students to develop their spoken fluency. This video offers advice about how to make the best of them in the classroom. 
💥 You can find more tips, plus suggestions for topics to discuss here: http://bit.ly/ClassDiscussionActivities
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A speaking activity designed especially for lower level and shyer students. It gives them plenty of time to think and plan what they are going to say. 🌀 Find the full instructions for this activity, plus suggestions for five more here: http://bit.ly/SpeakingActivities Ann :)

 

 

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