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Teaching Resources

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Teaching Resources

Postby Tempo Gain » 12 Oct 2010, 01:17

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Re: Teaching Resources

Postby mike_davidson » 17 Jan 2012, 21:16

Thanks for the useful resources, these are really nice.
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Re: Teaching Resources

Postby JENisMyEnglishTutor » 24 Jan 2012, 18:05

These will come in handy. Many thanks!!! :*
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Re: Teaching Resources

Postby Ducked » 29 May 2013, 22:27

Not in the same league, but next week I'm using this for comparative and superlative adjectives and compare and contrast paragraphs.



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Re: Teaching Resources

Postby teachenglish » 31 Jul 2013, 12:55

Check out www.tlespot.com. bunch of teaching resources, lesson plans and student report card comments so you can just copy paste and change the names. They also have teaching jobs available.



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Re: Teaching Resources

Postby Cornflakes » 31 Jul 2013, 20:36

Does anyone have any recommendations of good songs for 6-7 year old kids? Easier the better I have three weeks until their play. Only 3 hours teaching time total.
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Re: Teaching Resources

Postby merge » 14 Nov 2014, 10:35

The university I work at has budgeted some funds for some online English learning systems. Does anyone out there have any experience with the different CALL systems used at their schools? Recommendations and opinions are welcome. This is money that has been budgeted, so it has to be spent on something. The program is for non-language majors at the freshman and sophomore levels.
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