Here are some suggested ✨Do's and Don'ts✨ for teaching English language learners.
Do you have anymore that you can share with us? :)
Tina

Do's & Don'ts For Teaching English-Language Learners

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However wonderful our worksheets are, they are not what our students will really remember us for. Don’t you agree?
Ann :-)
Make and play this traditional game of snakes and ladders with your young learners.
Download the board game, plus a template for the counters and dice that your students can make: [ Bit.ly Link ]
★ For more insights into ways to use arts and crafts in the primary classroom, check out our new online training course: Discovering creative classrooms [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ann :-)
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Snakes and ladders

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Learn about different interaction styles, plus ways of monitoring and giving students feedback on this new self-study training module: Understanding classroom interaction for primary: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ann
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Understanding classroom interaction for primary - TeachingEnglish Teacher Training

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Our feedback is really important to students and can be decisive in whether or not they enjoy the experience of learning a new language. So, what do you think is the best way of approaching it, have you got any tips you can share?
★Check out our self-study training module – Understanding classroom interaction for primary: [ Bit.ly Link ] if you’d like the opportunity to learn more about...
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★Making class activities more learning rich★
Come along to today’s chat when we’ll be discussing this topic live with Svetlana Kandybovich, TeachingEnglish blog award winner.
– Find out the time of the live chat where you are: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Look out for my post at 13.00 UK time that will start the chat off!
Ann :-)
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Here are some fun suggestions for teaching pronunciation with a focus on word stress. Thanks to Martin Sketchley for the share.

Ann

Teaching Ideas for Word Stress

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Flashcards are a great way to present and recycle new vocabulary. Here are five suggestions to try out.
★You can find more ideas to help you engage and delight your primary learners on our online training course – Primary: Discovering creative classrooms
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Ann:-)
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Tekhnologic's latest trick is a spinning wheel for games, conversations and quizzes that you can copy and paste into your PowerPoint presentations!
Mark

The Spinning Wheel

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Would you like to know more about the ins and outs of lesson planning?
★ Check out our free, online course for teachers! ★
You’ll find lots of practical ideas on how to manage your courses and lessons, plus have the opportunity to discuss best practices with teachers from all over the world. Find out about the course details here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ann
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Teaching for Success: Lessons and Teaching - Free online course

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Nicky Salmon, a CELTA trainer, provides this step-by-step guide to writing a successful CELTA lesson plan [ Bit.ly Link ]
You’ll find more ideas about how to plan lessons and courses on our new free online course for teachers: Teaching for Success. Find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ann
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How to write CELTA lesson plans

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Flashcards are a great way to present and recycle new vocabulary. Here are five suggestions to try out.
★You can find more ideas to help you engage and delight your primary learners on our online training course – Primary: Discovering creative classrooms
[ Bit.ly Link ]
Ann:-)
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Here’s some of the best advice I’ve ever read about how to learn vocabulary.
Make sure you share it with your students! [ Bit.ly Link ]
★And we’ll be having a live online chat with Svetlana here on TeachingEnglish - British Council tomorrow, find out the time it is where you are here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ann :-)

Ten ways to learn new words as a language learner | British Council

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★Making class activities more learning rich★
Come along to tomorrow’s chat when we’ll be discussing this topic live with Svetlana Kandybovich, TeachingEnglish blog award winner.
– Find out the time of the live chat where you are: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Looking forward to chatting to you tomorrow!
Ann :-)
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Come along to today's free webinar!
Phil Dexter will be talking about equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) and how it can be incorporated into our professional development.
– Find out more about the webinar and register for it here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Phil Dexter - Implementing good teaching and learning inclusive practices

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Do your students find it hard to develop and organise what they write – particularly when they are writing a story?
Larry Ferlazzo shares some great graphic organisers you can download that help make the process much more visual and manageable.
Ann

Here Are The Ten Downloadable Graphic Organizers I Use With ELL Beginners To Write A Story

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Our top tips to help students develop their listening strategies.
I hope you enjoy them!
Ann
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Do your students find gerunds and infinitives a challenge? Cristina Cabal shares her lesson plan with activities suitable for B1+ (intermediate+) and Cambridge English exams.
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Some Activities to Teach Gerunds and Infinitives

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21 February is International Mother Language Day! We'd like to know what your favourite words are in your mother tongue or tongues and what they mean in English! Tell us in the comments!
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