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Links (weekly)

  • Welcome to Grammar Challenge, the programme where we help language learners use tricky grammatical structures. 

    Every programme is downloadable as an mp3 and features an expert commentary on that week’s grammar. The website contains fun interactive quizzes, grammar tables and an area for you to practise your written English

    tags: grammar resources

  • Writing prompts

    tags: writing

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Links (weekly)

  • We hope you enjoy using this free resource site for English teachers. Whether you are looking for teaching activities, worksheets, lessons, games, ideas or articles, you’ve certainly come to the right place. The pages at Teach-This.com are designed to direct you quickly and easily to the ESL/EFL teaching resource you are looking for. You will find lots of new teaching ideas and activities to keep your classes imaginative and interesting.

    tags: resources games

  • Evernote Uses in Education

    tags: evernote

  • More Attractive, and Sound Smart Even If You Aren’t (Yet)
    Want to sound smart in conversations with grownups or college friends? Make reference to one or two of these books (only if you’ve really read them!) and you will! There are lots of books in the universe and they’re not all required reading for class, so if you were to read only 100 books as a Young Adult, reading these would certainly not be a bad idea.

    tags: literature reading

  • Timelines.tv is a free-to-use, video-rich history resource. Select a timeline from the roller to the left, and let your journey begin.

    tags: timeline materialien immersion film

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Links (weekly)

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Links (weekly)

  • My mission at The Notebooking Fairy is to teach you how to notebook and to give you lots of free printables to notebook with. Every now and then I’ll sprinkle in some pixie dust to make things extra special.

    tags: resources

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  • ideas that connect Movies with motivational (re: fun) language learning. With an expanding list of more than 100 carefully-selected whole-movie lessons and a small-but-growing list of focused short-sequence lessons, Movies Grow English has become the ultimate shared-access website for ESL & EFL teachers and students who love great movies and appreciate their language-growing benefit. Herein is an introductory overview of what’s on the menu bar to the left.

    tags: film resources

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Links (weekly)

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