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Hi, dear colleagues! A couple of weeks ago, I was trying to correct an online page because the YouTube clip I had inserted isn´t active anymore, so I was trying to insert the same clip with a new address. During the editing, there was a warning saying I was placing it in the wrong spot. And then, as I was trying many more times, I was blocked!!!
The warning said (in short): "You are unable to access englishexercises.org This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The action you just performed triggered the security solution. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command, or malformed data. You can email the site owner to let them know you were blocked." Etc. etc...
I then wrote a detailed private message to Victor Gayol, the only administrator I know on this site. I explained my problem, but since then I have not received any answer, and I am still blocked! At the bottom of the warning, there was a code to be mentioned to the site director, which I did. And I am still blocked! Can someone help me? Is there an email address that I could use and get things sorted out?
Hello, there! I am looking for new activities that would add to my distance teaching. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in communicating through Zoom. I would gather a small group (3 students) and they would talk to 3 students from another part of the world. I imagine we could give them "a frame" for their discussions and support them with our presence.
The 12-year olds could discuss their daily routine and hobbies, the similarities and differences between them.
If we did this with the 13 - or 14 - year olds, they could discuss something else.
Once we have the group, they would meet once or twice.
I have two business adult learners - in their 50s and well-travelled - and they have been having weekly lessons with me for five years now. The lessons are mainly conversation. They are B2 level.
We are just coming to the end of another text book and they both said they would like to do something different next. They are both really interested in travel in general, so I wondered if there is an English book that is something like a travel guide, or has texts about famous places etc, but is suitable as an ESLbook.I have looked, and found some school books for teenagers which I could use, but I would prefer an adult book if possible.
It is a bit of a tall order - does anyone know of such a book?
Itï¿½s me again about moderating. I have noticed that in the last weeks, many members have uploaded exams papers. Some of them are clearly not the memberï¿½s work, but official exams, sometimes stated on the paper. But other times, I know that it is a copy, but I donï¿½t know the source. What shall we do, accept them or report them?