English Lesson Planning: Writing , Listening, and Note Taking


Practicing authentic tasks is not that difficult. One such activity could be to ask your students to practice active listening and then write out correct notes. Read more about some fun ways of doing this at https://www.edutopia.org/article/3-fun-strategies-note-taking


Comprehensible Input Revisited. Three Options: Non-targeted input, and two kinds of targeted input


By Stephen Krashen: http://skrashen.blogspot.com/2016/11/three-options-non-targeted-input-and.html?m=1

7 Great Google Docs Add-ons for English and Language Teachers



Excellent add ons, check them out at http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2017/10/7-great-google-docs-add-ons-for-teachers.html?m=1.

Three examples below:

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Resources for English Speaking and Listening Activities


at http://noisyclassroom.com/


Welcome to the Noisy Classroom, now in our 8th year supporting the use of speaking and listening in the classroom. Our aim is to help teachers use a range of debate, discussion, dialogue, role play and enquiry as part of the Noisy Learning experience.

English Studies: How Listening to Podcasts Helps Students Read and Learn


Listening to podcasts is a wonderful way to expose learners to authentic English.  Read more at https://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/2017/10/10/how-listening-to-podcasts-helps-students-read-and-learn/?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=2040

Using Rhythm, Rhyme, and Repetition in Language Classes: Why and How?


Research findings:  https://www.britishcouncil.org/voices-magazine/why-use-rhythm-rhyme-and-repetition-language-class?utm_source=TE_Facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=bc-teachingenglish

Listen, Watch and Speak English. Free materials for ESL/EFL teachers (and students).


Great materials at https://funcardenglish.blogspot.co.il/2017/09/present-simple-withpeppa-pig-quiz-for.html?m=1

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