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stessenspaola
Argentina

I have a doubt..   
 
hi everyone!  I īve got a collection of games that I īve taken from the net and  I was wondering if I can upload them here, the original versions plus my own suggestions and some worksheets I created to use them. Of course I īll acknowledge the source where I took them and the authors.. but I īm not sure if posting the original games is against the rules. I īI will be very grateful for your help and advice.

24 Nov 2014

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noorhamza
Tunisia

Bullying    
 
Hello, 
 
I am looking for a pupils/student who has been bullied, or who has acted againt bullying to tell us about his experience.
 
We can have a Skype communication in class. 
 
Thanks for your help.  

24 Nov 2014

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noorhamza
Tunisia

Bullying    
 
Hello, 
 
I am an English teacher from Tunisia. I am working on a project about bullying with my pupils that is going to be presented to a group of teachers trainers and I would like to have some innovative ideas.
About 30 pupils are involved in this project. They are divided into groups. Some of them are going to prepare a play, some others a video, others a brochure...
Any other ideas?? 

24 Nov 2014

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stessenspaola
Argentina

check this lesson plan: http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/4516.html

24 Nov 2014

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lilimauve
France

Problems with making an exercise online   
 
I have already made online exercises but not since it has changed. I can īt save my exercise. What a waste of time . Can anybody help ?
Lilimauve

24 Nov 2014

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aydin1362
Iran

which one is right or better?   
 
Hi everybody
 
A question???????
look at this phrase 
Talented English Learners
 
can I use the alternative :
English Learner Talents
 
are both right? is one more preferable to another? please tell me if you feel there is a big change in meaning.
 
looking forward to your lovely answers,
Thanks in advance
 

24 Nov 2014


yanogator
United States

The first is people. The second is abilities, so they are very different expressions. Bruce

24 Nov 2014

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AL3NA
Mexico

Caption Contest 24/11/14   
 
Hi there!
I was informed that the picture I uploaded on Saturday is no longer on the forum. I don īt have that picture any more. and I couldn īt find it either. So I īm  posting a new one. Hope you like it.
 

24 Nov 2014

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Minka
Slovenia

Talk to the hand, the head is not listening!

24 Nov 2014

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qismat
Pakistan

projects   
 
hi  folk
plz tell me some useful sites of projects for kids of all subjects and levels
 
 
thanks in advance 

24 Nov 2014


stessenspaola
Argentina

try this site: www.superteacherworksheets.com some printables are free and it covers different subjects
http://www.yourchildlearns.com/

24 Nov 2014

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elowe
United Kingdom

SEARCHING FOR A FRENCH / FRENCH-SPEAKING PRIMARY SCHOOL (Age 4-11) to TWIN with...   
 
 
SEARCHING FOR A FRENCH / FRENCH-SPEAKING PRIMARY SCHOOL (Age 4-11) to TWIN with...
 
Hi everybody,
 
We are a small English primary school in Crewe, Cheshire, our children are aged between 4 -11. We are looking to make a connection with a primary school in France (or a French speaking country). We can offer English communication from our pupils to yours via letters, emails, photos and web camera and would also love to make a link to your school on our school website if possible. We would love to receive letters, emails, web cam links from your school in French. French is the language that our pupils are learning. There would be a special link between your school and our year 5 class (age 9-10), they will ensure that the link continues.
 
If you think this would be an interesting opportunity for your school, please email me on frenchems@hotmail.com
 
We look forward to hearing from you,
 
Many thanks in advance,
 
Emma
 

24 Nov 2014


ueslteacher
Ukraine

Have you tried eTwinning?

24 Nov 2014

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samahdaba1983**
Syria

grammar    
 
can we use "some" "few" or "the" instead of any in this example : hardly any plants can live in the icy mountains.

24 Nov 2014

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yanogator
United States

Gi2gi is right.

24 Nov 2014

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zhouna
China

video chats   
 
Hello, everyone!
I have a friend (she is from China) who needs more English practice. She is an adult and is not  very confident in her English, despite her rich vocabulary. What makes her concerned most is the rate of her speech,she feels it is too slow. She needs quite much time to speak out her thought. She has business phone conferences in English 2 or 3 times a week, and a tutor once a week, but it is not enough. I think she needs to go social and have more speaking practice. As she doesn īt have much time for offline activities, we consider to use online possibilities, like video chats by Skype. May any of the teachers here could be interested in this? If you are, could you please contact me by email: nnmrf4@hotmail.com. My name is Natalie. 
Thank you in advance,
Looking forward to hearing from you!  

23 Nov 2014

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PRESENT SIMPLE - PRESENT CONTINUOUS BATTLESHIP
This activity is a battleship aimed at practicing the present simple and the present continuous tenses. It is foused on the topic of "working at an office". Hope you enjoy it!
Level: elementary
Age: 17-100
Downloads: 29