Cyberlabkids is a website for children to practice and learn English. it is fun and entertaining. The ministry of Education in Costa Rica is using it and it is being used all over the world for free.
This lesson plan is a remix from Effective Communication Using Past Tense. Its focus is to help English as a Second Language (ESL) learners in Adult Basic Education (ABE), Grade Level B, CCR Anchor 1 (SL.3.1-1d), Speaking and Listening Standards, differentiate past and present verb tenses. The context is communicating symptoms to a healthcare provider, but learners will apply this knowledge to create new knowledge in other contexts. Learners will engage in collaborative discussions (one-on-one, group, and instructor-led) with diverse partners, build on others' ideas, ask questions, and practice verbal and written use of past and present verb tenses.
This activity is a remix from Effective Communication Using Past Tense. Its focus is to help English as a Second Language (ESL) learners in Adult Basic Education (ABE), Grade Level B, CCR Anchor 1 (SL.3.1-1d), Speaking and Listening Standards, differentiate past and present verb tenses. The context is communicating symptoms to a healthcare provider, but learners will apply this knowledge to create new knowledge in other contexts. Learners will understand past and present verb tenses, irregular and regular past tense verbs, and practice identifying the verbs.
Study Zone is made up of levels. Each level has language topics (grammar,reading vocabulary, puzzles). Each topic has lessons. Lessons include exercises to help adult students improve their English. There are five levels available: Upper Beginner, Lower Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper Intermediate, and Advanced.
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- English language Centre of the University of Victoria
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English for Construction Workers is intended as a free resource for those working in the construction industry. The activities have been designed for use in a classroom setting with a suitably qualified instructor.
This book disseminates practices shared at the annual event Every Teacher is a Language Teacher held at the Faculty of Education (University of Ottawa) for all first-year Bachelor of Education teacher candidates. This resource responds directly to calls from attendees for a resource that synthesizes the content shared at each workshop, enabling them to access and implement the rich pedagogical knowledge shared. The book is meant to serve as a textbook for Teacher Education courses, graduate courses, as well as an ongoing promotion of research-based practices created by Faculty of Education partners (faculty and graduate students alike) that should be shared more widely with Canadian language educators, teachers and consultants, particularly in its bilingual format. This publication is unique and particularly useful to both pre- and in-service teachers, as it offers modes of practice based on both research and theory. This means it is neither exclusively a lesson plan nor a theoretical analysis; but rather a synthesis that aims to show how the two domains inform one another. We see it as being immediately valuable for teacher and teacher educators, while also filling a gap in the field of language education more widely -- one that embodies anti-racist, ethical paradigms within current interdisciplinary practice in its responsiveness to challenges of modern technology and globalization.
Tutorial on count and non-count nouns with audio, video, examples, vocabulary lists, and quantity word usage.
Tutorial on count and non-count nouns. Continuation of Part One
Presentation slides intended for use in an intermediate academic English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom. Each set of slides includes the following:
1. An introduction to the grammar point using inductive reasoning, intended for use in the classroom to complement instructor presentation. Explanations of meaning and form for each grammar point.
2. Example sentences based around a theme. The themes are listed in the title of each slide set.
3. Reference charts and lists for the grammar point.
4. Links to websites and related videos. These websites and videos have been curated for accuracy and are comprehensive.
5. Meaningful practice activities that integrate the grammar instruction with other language skills.
6. Lesson plans for a project based on the grammar presentation slides, suitable for Project Based Learning approach.
An intermediate integrated skills textbook for adult English learners. Appropriate for adult education and beginning level community college English learners.
Context: The course focuses on pronunciation reading informational text, which determines the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text for learners, the importance of listen and speaking, these are good communication skills to learn the English language.
Relevance: This lesson will help prepare learners to effectively communicate and through education improve their lives. Knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job, learners will be able to get their certificates for a GED, or citizenship. The coverage in this lesson will focus on the English vocabulary, which is an important aspect in communication without sufficient vocabulary learners cannot understand others or express their own ideas.
This module contains 3 units to support both pre-service and in-service educators in teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse students in the classroom. There are a variety of formats and modalities to present this information. Each unit includes videos, recorded lectures, PowerPoints, guided notes, and research articles to present a wholistic view of the content. The learning is scaffolded by offering application-based activities to allow learners to practice and internalize the content from the first section, and then in the assessment section, the learning is evaluated in a variety of ways that support the learning objectives. There are many supports for both the learner and the student in these units.