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5 Speaking Activities for English Language Learners

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How to Use Popular Music to Teach favorite was her comment on chauvinism and bruno mars "just the way you are"


ESL Verbs (English as a Second Language)

A guide to accompany a course covering English as a Second Language. This 4-page guide includes: English verbs, past tense of regular verbs, verb tenses & conjugation, conditional sentences, expressing preference, polite requests, active form/passive form, phrasal verbs & wishes, and some irregular verbs! #ESL #ELL #EnglishAsSecondLanguage #teaching #teachers #classrooms #English #schools #commoncore

Telephone role-plays are a great activity to do in your ESL class. Most of the time, they take little to no time to prepare, and they challenge both your students' listening and speaki

Fun To Teach ESL - Teaching English as a Second Language: Tuesday's Tongue Twisters!

English words with a silent /l/ include: talk, walk, half, salmon, calm, yolk, would, could, and should. Click for audio. Listen to and practice these silent /l/ words!

Now this is an app I would definitely use! ELL student's are so outgoing and would love an app like this. It includes audio and videos that demonstrate English conversations starting at a basic level (and working up to more advanced options). There are word banks, matching games, and multiple choice quizzes that help reinforce the new vocabulary and conversations in each level. #ESL #ELL

On the LearnEnglish Kids website, you can find a wide range of both modern and traditional songs to use with your students ( together with accompanying worksheets written by our young learner specialists and aimed specifically at children learning English as a second or foreign language. Why use songs in the primary classroom?