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Article on ways to approach teaching adjectives.
The book critic R. Z Sheppard once remarked that adjectives “are the potbelly of poetry”. Many English language teachers would not take such a disparaging view. Adjectives are often quite fun to teach and
This study is focus on the importance of English for professional uses and particularly in the field of tourism. English proficiency is required for most professional areas but becomes essential in the tourist industry because of its specific characteristics. Therefore, students should b
Mistakes during English fluency activities.
Mistakes in language acquisition are part of the learning process, some authors consider them as a part of it, but that does not mean that this is a positive aspect, specially if you are studying to become an English teacher, bec
This information is designed to help teachers develop good teaching habits that align with best
practices and optimize their contact hours with students. The contents of this document provide a detailed description and explanation of the 11 teaching features
Literacy Development for English Language Learners
February 28th, 2009
Learning Unit 1 Assignment
Why is it necessary for teachers to assess English learners’ acquisition stages?
Research shows that the natural developmental process of language learning is divided in five predictable sta
big activiTy book
by Matt Purland
95 worksheets for English lessons
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big activiTy book
by Matt Purland
CHOOSING YOUR COURSEBOOK
DECIDING ON A CHECKLIST.
There are many criteria that can be used for evaluating coursebooks. However, for practical purposes a manageable list of the most important criteria will be needed. As different criteria will apply in different circumstances, it is b
Useful Links for English Classes.
Students finish a task at their own rhythm, a good way I have found for avoid indiscipline problems is keep my students busy waiting the rest of the classmates finish the activity that fast workers done. Word search is an excellent tool beca
A contrastive analysis of the use of modal verbs in the expression of epistemic stance in Business research articles in English and Spanish1
Ignacio Vázquez Orta
Dpto. de Filología Inglesa y Alemana
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Universidad de Zaragoza
C/ Pedro Cerbuna nº12
Learning how to teach English in the Chilean context
RESEARCH AIM RESEARCH QUESTION SECONDARY RESEARCH QUESTIONS RESEARCH OBJECTIVES METHODOLOGY METHODS
This research seeks to explore English as a foreign language teacher education in Chile. This study will illuminate the activity of learning how
A kind of
A type or sort of person or thing
A large amount or number
Not exactly; about
Not working at a job but wanting to have a job
Very thin books with information for selling something
Working or doing something so you do not have tim
How to Teach a Child English One to One
On the ESL forums one often sees teachers asking for ideas to make their one to one lessons more fun. Many teachers are brilliant in the classroom but are at a loss for ideas when it comes to teaching children English in private classes, and that is a shame
Kant, Liberal Legacies, and Foreign Affairs Author(s): Michael W. Doyle Source: Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 12, No. 3 (Summer, 1983), pp. 205-235 Published by: Blackwell Publishing Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2265298 Accessed: 12/08/2010 16:59
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PENGUIN READERS Teacher Support Programme
While reading Chapters 1–2 1 Does each sentence describe Somerset or Mills? Write the name next to each sentence a He has been married twice. ……………… b He is middle-aged. ………………
The concept of cohesion
If a speaker of English hears or reads a passage of the language which is more than one sentence in length, he can normally decide without difficulty whether it forms a unified whole or is just a collection of unrelated sentences. Thi
UNIVERSIDAD DE COSTA RICA
All human beings are used to communicate to each other, even animals have a way to express themselves and according to the website called Education and Career Information Portal, a language is a system which allows people to exchange sounds, symbols, ideas, thoughts, and
Mexico’s consolidation of a strong democracy
University of Victoria
Latin America is widely known as a region filled with political turmoil, military coupes, and illiberal democracies. In an attempt to challenge authoritarianism, most countries ha
Thesis Statement: There are clear cultural differences between Costa Rican and North American families when celebrating, participating, and organizing activities on Christmas day.
I. People’s aptitude toward this celebration
A. North American compulsive consumerism
EXAMEN DE INGLES
A) FILL IN THE CORRECT POSSESIVE ADJECTIVE
(My, your, his, her, its, our, your, their)
Example: we have a new house. It´s our house
1-You have a red bicycle. It´s______ bicycle.
2.-I have a new TV. It´s ______ TV
3.-Sue has a black dog. It´s ______