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MULLER
France

RESULT OF THE CAPTION COMPETITION
 
Good evening !
I think it ´s time I revealed the name of the winner . Thanks a lot for your participation . I really enjoyed reading all your suggestions and I must say they were all original but I had to choose one winner...and the winner is ...
Shalottslady with : "  THINK  BIG !!! "  Bravo Karina !
Marie-Thérèse Muller

22 Jul 2017

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cbenglish
United States

Movie Vocabulary Activity
 
Hi Everyone!
Summer is a time for big blockbuster movies and I just wanted to share another activity I was working on for my kids. This one helps my youngest students learn and review some vocabulary related to movies. It is a bingo / matching game. It is easy to play and can be used as a whole class or small group activity. Hope these can be useful for other teachers, educators, and parents here. Enjoy and keep having a fun summer! 
 
 

22 Jul 2017

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douglas
United States

Oxymorons
 
Something I stumbled upon that made me laugh:
 
 
 

21 Jul 2017

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FrauSue
France

I too have spent a long happy while browsing his work - thank you for the link!

23 Jul 2017

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izulia
China

Online websites for beginners
 
Hello all, I have been away from ESL teaching for several years. In the past I used to contribute to this site and checked the forum regularly. Recently my son ´s fiancé asked me to help her with learning English from beginner ´s level. She just wants to have some good level of informal English, that could be of use while traveling. I guess with technology growing rapidly there are some new great English learning websites that I don ´t know of. Could somebody suggest me any? Or maybe just remind me of the good old ones? I ´ve forgotten a lot and not quite sure where to start from...

20 Jul 2017

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Here are a couple more sites
 
 
 
 

20 Jul 2017

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thuyanh_lg1
Hong Kong

problems with contacting the webmaster
 
Dear colleagues,
 
I ´ve tried to send a printable many times but I haven ´t been successful. I received some messages which suggested me contacting the webmaster. I don ´t know how to contact him. Give me some advice, please. 
Thank you a lot

20 Jul 2017

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thuyanh_lg1
Hong Kong

I sent him some letters but there was no answer.

22 Jul 2017

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Great website
 
I stumbled across this. Do try it! You don ´t have to put your real name in. You just enter a few details and it comes up with a micro story. You can make some hilarious stories!

20 Jul 2017

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sirhaj
Malaysia

Awesome Lynne, I really like the website, will definitely use it in my class, love it :)
 
Sirhajwan 

21 Jul 2017

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normandey
Egypt

What ´s the difference in meaning ?
 
Hi everybody.
 
I ´d like to know what ´s the difference between " award" and " prize" 
Secondly, What ´s the difference between " counsellor " and  " social worker " ?
Thanks very much. 

19 Jul 2017

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

I think we are agreed that there is a certain amount of encroachment from the word ´prize ´ into the rightful territory of the word ´award ´. I won the English prize at school, which was really an award. Heady days, never to be repeated, alas.  
Award is a verb, too, btw. It is recognition for effort or achievement, whereas a prize can be arbitrary, or as the result of a competition as Douglas points out.  Just my two penn´orth!

Social worker is a much broader role than counsellor. A counsellor counsels, whereas a social worker´s caseload may include many different types of case with different needs. Generally, the patient makes an appointment with the counsellor, for a session of up to one hour per week, although of course it may vary. In many instances, the social worker will have to take the initiative with the people s/he is dealing with. They have a boss to whom they refer difficult cases or ask for advice. 

23 Jul 2017

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Maria Isabel
Peru

HELP!!!
 
CAN ANYBODY HELP ME PLEASE??
 
I ´M TRYING TO FIND A WORSHEET OR SOME COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VERY OLD FILM ´THE CHAMP ´ BUT I HAD NO LUCK1
 
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND SOMETHING ABOUT IT?
 
THANKS
 
MARIA ISABEL 

18 Jul 2017

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maryse peyé
France

19 Jul 2017

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anangeliqueangel
United States

International Cambridge Course for Writing Exchange
 
I teach a course of 7 Cambridge Students, all adults 20-30 years old.  I am interested in doing Language exchange with another set of adults from another country of upper intermediate or higher level.  It would be ideal to have one writing a week.  Please advise if you ´re interested.

17 Jul 2017


myemma
Ukraine

Dear friend! It sounds great! I have some students  18-20 years old. We live in Ukraine and we are learning english , so we can write and discuss different interesting topics! we are interested in writing and communication!  Lena , greetings from Ukraine!

18 Jul 2017

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Ratu
Argentina

Oxford Premium
 

Hello there!! Does any of you happen to have the code needed to access the oxford premium site with resources for teachers? I would very much appreciate it if you could share it with me!
Thanks!!
Ale

17 Jul 2017

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Times Table, 7C
SERIES of 10-Minute Lessons. TABLES 1 to 12 have TEACH A, TEST B, TEST C PowerPoint, which runs automatically. Tables becomes more ADVANCED. Practise MATHS & ENGLISH, in COMPETITION with the COMPUTER.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-100
Downloads: 15

 
 
 
 
Times Table, 7A
SERIES of 10-Minute Lessons. TABLES 1 to 12 have TEACH A, TEST B, TEST C PowerPoint, which runs automatically. Tables becomes more ADVANCED. Practise MATHS & ENGLISH, in COMPETITION with the COMPUTER.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-100
Downloads: 15

 
 
 
 
Times Table, 7B
SERIES of 10-Minute Lessons. TABLES 1 to 12 have TEACH A, TEST B, TEST C PowerPoint, which runs automatically. Tables becomes more ADVANCED. Practise MATHS & ENGLISH, in COMPETITION with the COMPUTER.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-100
Downloads: 15