<Breaking News English>
This is News website. You can get good information about news.
This is my Goanimate. You can check video clip and do activity.
This is my e-mail address. Send me a message !
This is my favorite song. If you know my favorite song, scan this QR code ^^
I check the News every day in this website. You can also check this News through the QR code.
You can get TESOL Program information.
This is related to Christmas. You have to make this form that was created by a fellow cohort member. Afterwards students can see a summary of the results in the linked spreadsheet.
I worked with Sally. (If you want to go her website, click her name)
View Result : (Click Me)
Level/ Target age: Intermediate/ Adults
How to use:
After watching this short video, you can find answers for the following questions.
And then talk to your opinion in pairs or groups.
1. What does she suggest for dinner?
2. Why doesn’t she want to make a cook?
3.What does he want to eat for dinner ?
4. Why is she angry ?
If you want to see Bombay TV, Click here or click the picture ^^
I worked with Stacy, Alice. (If you click her name, you’ll move their homepage)
I worked with Stacy.
If you want to go her homepage, click me ^^
[The frequently used words in my 4th journal and synonyms]
way : method
vocabulary : words, lexicon, language
class : lesson
traditional : old-fashioned
students : learners, trainees
improve : get better, develop
like: similar to
question : inquiry
provide : produce, give
important : powerful
Topic : Don’t count your chickens before they hatch
Target Age & Level : High school students or adults / Intermediate
Linguistic Features : Proverbs or idioms
How to Use :
Pre-reading : A teacher asks students “Are there any English proverbs you know?” to call their attention, and then also give them a question what the meaning of a proverb “Don’t count your chickens before they hatch” is and let them guess the meaning. This kind activity helps students to be actively ready for the next reading task.
While-reading : Students read the cartoon and infer the meaning of the proverb in the whole context and then share the ideas with peers to identify their guessing is correct. Just in case students misunderstand the meaning, teacher prepares other examples (contexts) to help them to know the meaning exactly.
Post-reading : Students learn other famous English proverbs with an activity as follows;
This cartoon will enable students to better understand the idioms and proverbs in the context. By learning some proverbs, students can develop their knowledge for reading.
I worked with Stacy. ◁◁◁(If you click her name, you’ll move her homepage.)
Click the picture to see or Click here
Topic : How do you spend your day?
Target Age & Level : Adults / Beginner
Linguistic Features : Preposition in Time expressions & Present tense for daily routines
Aims : Let students know about the use of preposition of time expressions and also learn how to describe their daily routines.
How to Use :
Pre-listening : A teacher shows one daily schedule to students and let them guess what will be talked about in the animation video clip, so that students can be actively ready for next listening task. Before watching the animation video, a teacher pre-teaches students some prepositions related to the time expressions and expressions of daily activities including present simple tense (ex. get up, go to work, have breakfast, go to bed etc.)
While-listening : A teacher has students watch a short and simple animation(running time 30 sec). Teacher gives students some comprehension questions (1.What time does she get up? 2.What time does she work? 3.What does she do?) and then students watch it once again to check their answers. And next, students listen carefully once more, focus on the expressions of daily routine and preposition of time.
Post-listening : A teacher hands out the worksheet with the table to take survey. Students write and describe how usually they spend their own day, then interview a friend by asking “When do you~?” and compare their schedule with other classmates’ schedules.
I worked with Stacy. ←(If click her name, you’ll move her website.)