Páginas vistas la semana pasada

domingo, noviembre 18, 2018

7 points (planning the classroom)

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1/book.practice file.theory.oral.board.functional language 
2/audios
3/words (@moodle).idioms.abbreviations.false friends. 

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See complete #PDF

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sábado, noviembre 17, 2018

Small talk (Business English 2)

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Small talk 

Frequency adverbs PDF (Business English 1 & Business English 2)

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Practice worksheets available on PDF 
-frequency adverbs- 

Business English 1 

I always walk to work

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Business English 2

He often listens to the radio

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English Modal Auxiliary verbs (Spanish version)

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[¿Cómo? ¿Hoy hay examen?]

Here you are a chart on Modal Auxliaries (Spanish version)
click on the link below, download and print it


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CEFRL (Common European Frame of Reference for Languages)

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Info on @Wikipedia



Info on the  British Council 

viernes, noviembre 02, 2018

Pedagogy note (resources in the classroom of a foreign language)

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pedagogy note: resources in the classroom
of a foreign language

YouTube
Reading: long reads
Worksheets
Aula Virtual
Board
Exercises (complete, translation, answer)
Dialogues
Audios
Notebooks 
Podcasts

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domingo, octubre 28, 2018

Fifteen little things (in the teacher´s bag)

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15 
little things
in the teacher´s bag

markers / post-it / dossiers
labels / stapler & staples / adhesive tape
rubber bands / cell phone / chargers
rucksack / dictionaries / books
blocs / ball pens / propelling pencils 

lunes, octubre 15, 2018

Business English 1: hojas de trabajo de repaso (@moodle)

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Extracto de Hoja de trabajo de Business English 1 (@moodle)


Business English 1
Worksheet I
extracts. unit 1. @moodle
Name: 
Group:
Date: 

1.Finish the words from lesson 1:
a.m.ant
a la atención de. (attn)for the at
mi sastre es rico.my t
alfabeto.alp
vocal.vo
teclado.ke
nombre.na
apellido.su
trabajo.jo
taco de notas.not
deletrear(v).sp
mostrar(v).sh

2.Translate these lines from the reading text:
“She goes to the zoo. She sees a lion. The lion roars. She sees an elephant. The elephant has a long trunk.”

3.Write the time:. 7:00 / 2:10 / 3:30 / 4: 15 / 9: 55 / 2: 40

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 Descargue aquí el documento completo: 

domingo, octubre 07, 2018

Better English (good website)

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Sample of exercise on grammar (present tense) -multiple choice test:

1. Compaq .......... computers.
   a)is making
   b)makes
   c)does
   d)is doing

2. H.P. .......... a new advanced type of printer.
   a)is developing
   b)develops
   c)is taking
   d)takes

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WEBSITE BETTER_ENGLISH com

Driving on the left

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Long read: driving on the left side of the road: 

Extract: 

"About a 35% of the world population drives on the left, and the countries that do are mostly old British colonies. This strange quirk perplexes the rest of the world, but there is a perfectly good reason. 

In the past, almost everybody travelled on the left side of the road because that was the most sensible option for feudal, violent societies. Since most people are right-handed, swordsmen preferred to keep to the left in order to have their right arm nearer to an opponent and their scabbard further from him. Moreover, it reduced the chance of the scabbard (worn on the left) hitting other people." (...)

Read the whole text here: 


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How Can Teachers Control Cell Phones in Their Class? (Dan Henderson)

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How Can Teachers Control Cell Phones In Their Class?

by Dan Henderson
Create A Cell Phone Jail

"Have you ever tried to have students leave their cell phones in their lockers and a mysterious glow comes from under their desk? I got tired of the cell phone shuffle and created a cell phone jail. My students had to check in their phones when class started. This accountability and equity eventually leads to focused minds in the classroom.


Call Parents On FaceTime or Skype and Have Student Sign A Contract

I had students and parents sign a contract saying that they would not allow cell phones during instructional time. If a student smuggled a phone into the classroom, I would call the parents on FaceTime. Picture a mom on a screen telling their child they are grounded for having a cell phone in class. I only had to do this once and then the threat of FaceTime calls were enough to bring order to would be cell phone smugglers."(...)


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Website for Phonetic Transcriptions

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English language exercises (website a4esldotorg)

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Menu of English learning website a4esl.org

http://a4esl.org

EYE! links to share via @moodle!!

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Menu of an English learning website: LearnEnglishFeelGood

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"Entre el móvil y el anacronismo educativo" (Ignacio A. Castillo)

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Entre el móvil y el anacronismo educativo
por Ignacio A. Castillo

"El 70% de los centros escolares de la provincia no permite que sus alumnos usen sus teléfonos en el ámbito escolar, pese a que cada vez son más los docentes que lo defienden como herramienta didáctica
10.09.2018 | 23:41 | ignacio a. castillo | Málaga
     
En la era digital, los smartphones se han convertido en una herramienta versátil y casi imprescindible. Casi todos llevamos uno en el bolsillo. Nos permiten estar conectados con cualquier lugar del mundo y al instante. Sirven hasta para llamar por teléfono, aunque las miles de aplicaciones que hay disponibles, de todo tipo, hagan dudar del sentido primitivo de su existencia. El ser humano sigue teniendo la necesidad de comunicarse con los demás. Solo que las formas de hacerlo han ido cambiando a lo largo de la historia." (...)

Lea aquí el artículo completo:


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