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by sharon
16 Jul 2005, 18:09
Forum: Tests & Exams
Topic: FCE Speaking practice
Replies: 2
Views: 22246

FCE speaking practice

You could have students brainstorm questions they might be asked: personal questions, questions about pictures.

You can them put them in pairs and they interview each other. Get some example sentences on the board and discuss with the class which are good ad which aren't.

Sharon
by sharon
16 Jul 2005, 18:04
Forum: Teaching Adults
Topic: Teaching EAP
Replies: 1
Views: 7594

Teaching EAP

I've used the course book EAP Now published by Pearsons.

I found it very good for my students.

Sharon
by sharon
22 Jun 2005, 16:26
Forum: Teaching Young Learners
Topic: Learning styles
Replies: 2
Views: 9204

Learning styles

I am teaching young adolescents (12 - 14) and I would like to incorporate activities that use differnent learning styles.

Has anybody got ideas for any activities? I'm thinking about things like, spacial, bodily, musical, linguistic skills, etc.

thanks a lot

Sharon
by sharon
01 May 2005, 19:05
Forum: Grammar & Usage
Topic: tense & aspect
Replies: 2
Views: 10363

Tense and aspect

Hi sera, This refers to the fact that there isn't one future tense in English. You can use present continuous: I'm eating out tonight (you've planned it) will: do you think it'll rain tomorrow? (not planned, natural event The choice depends on how you see the future, whether it's arranged, planned, ...
by sharon
13 Apr 2005, 18:10
Forum: Teaching Adults
Topic: Using newspapers to teach English
Replies: 1
Views: 4432

Using newspapers to teach English

Has anybody got any ideas for using newspapers in the classroom?

Thanks in advance

Sharon
by sharon
13 Apr 2005, 18:04
Forum: Teaching Young Learners
Topic: Speaking Activities for Primary
Replies: 1
Views: 10157

Speaking Activities for Primary

Could anybody help me with ways of getting young learners (primary age) to speak?

Thanks in advance for your help

Sharon
by sharon
24 Mar 2005, 10:37
Forum: Business English
Topic: Making business letters fun
Replies: 3
Views: 21079

Making business letters fun

Hi Paula, Something I do with my students is get them to write the opposite of a good letter. By thinking about everything that's bad, they become more creative. They do thisin groups to share ideas. then they all look at each others letters. You can use this as a discussion of what makes a good let...