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Oxford Webinar and website link   

Hello, dear friends.

I would like to give you some information about a  Webinar organized by Oxford:

Storytelling for teenagers: from monologue to dialogue

Jamie Keddie
Tuesday 3rd February 2015 – 18:00 – 19:00 (CET)

It is often teachers of young learners who are the quickest to embrace teacher-led storytelling as a way of engaging students. In this webinar, we will look at ways in which a short narrative can be used to generate a whole-class dialogue with language learning opportunities along the way.

Jamie Keddie is a teacher, writer and presenter who has shared his ideas with educators all over the world. Jamie is the founder of Lessonstream.org and the winner of a British Council ELTons award. His publications include Images (OUP, 2009) and Bringing Online Video into the Classroom (OUP, 2014).

Keep up-to-date with all the latest training opportunities on the Oxford Professional Development site.

The website http://lessonstream.org/, which is mentioned above, is really interesting.
Have a very good weekend.

30 Jan 2015

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English and German bilingual lesson   
Dear Colleagues,
I ´m looking for ideas for a bilingual lesson that I would like to have with my Ss. These student ´s first foreign language is German  and they learn English as a second foreign language. The SS are 18 years old. Unfortunately in two years the SS in our school won ´t learn two foreign languages just one. We would like to show how useful it is to know both languages and how much common things these languages share.
I haven ´t done anything like this before so I thought I might ask you for some ideas.  If you happen to have any experience in this,  please share with me.
Thanks a lot.

30 Jan 2015

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One idea would be to have a comparative lesson of something unique to a German speaking country and an English speaking country.
Students could make a German  specialty dish and an English speciallty dish.
The German dish they would have to make following a German recipe, and correspondingly, the English dish is made from an English recipe.
They have to explain in German how they made the German dish. They must explain in English how they made the English dish. 

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Hello! Asking for your help, I have to prepare a course for TOEFL IBT, what book would you recommend?

30 Jan 2015

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Have you seen this site?  https://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/prepare/

30 Jan 2015

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Can ´t send a printable   
Hello I ´m an education student and i always use this website to lern more about making worksheet. However i do not why i can ´t send a printable... can someone help me?

This is the error that it shows to me.
Thanks :3 

30 Jan 2015

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Lesson Plans   
Dear Friends
ý am a teacher and ý have to prepare lesson plans.I work with primery students from 1st grade to 6th Grade.
Could you please suggest me a free web site including different skills lessons plans ?I really have a difficulty
in prepearing these plans.I would be happy if you help me.Thank you. 

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Speaking Lessons with Adults   
I have speaking lessons with adults 4 hours a week.I can choose the topics everyweek and prepare materials before every lesson but this becomes very time consuming and tiring considiring my tight schedule and lack of time.It would be great if you can suggest me books focusing on speking lessons.

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thank you all for yor replies

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recomend books ?   
hello everyone.
I need your help 
could you recommend useful books in teaching , grammar , games , activities , text books ,... 
we have a book fair where you can buy books in a cheap price . so i want to benefit  from this opportunity
 I ´ll buy teaching grammar English what to teach and how to teach -

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Jim Scrivener ´Teaching English Grammar ´. Full of practical ideas on how to teach points of grammar. It ´s marvellous. 

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Which is correct?   
Which is correct or what ´s the difference?
Florist ´s or flower shop?
Confectioner ´s or Patisserie?

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Florist ´s or flower shop - both OK


Confectioner - someone who makes sweets or chocolates. Sweets in this instance would be more like candies or lollies than cakes.
Patissier - a maker or seller of cakes and pastries.
Patisserie - a shop where cakes and pastries are sold. 
also note that someone who specialises in making or selling chocolate products is often called a ´Chocolatier ´ these days. 

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Black History Month Link   
Hi All,
 I got this link from Read Works and thought it could be useful to some of you. I especially like the videos, they have some wonderful examples of  "black" dialect and the material is very moving as well.

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Thank you, Douglas! The site looks wonderful!!! :)

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I can....song   
I am teaching the verb can to my junior class these days. Does anyone know a song with that verb suitable for junior classes?

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i recommend this one, a little bit stupid but funny:))))

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