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Hello, my name is Evan. I am an English teacher. I am shearing tools for students and teachers with no resources. You will find downloads, audios, exercises and more than 25 grammar chapters. I will appreciate if you share this in your wall or with those who need it. Contact us if you have questions!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.TeacherApp or https://www.facebook.com/teacherappfree (for more info)
Thanks.
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Yes! We are sharing content, i'm one of the creators.
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Big Deal Media

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Middlebury Interactive Languages now offers an interactive ELL curriculum to close the achievement gap:

http://www.bigdealbook.com/newsletters/hello/2016/04/12/#closing_the_ell_achievement_gap
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soheil Amiri

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Hello all. Is there any one who can help me to improve my English . I need a partner . please help me
imo +989399881291
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I have been pretty busy in the last couple of weeks, starting out with new projects and starting up with some old ones. In the years I have been a teacher (still can’t believe it’s been almost 15 years now) the more I teach, the more I feel like I want to…
I have been pretty busy in the last couple of weeks, starting out with new projects and starting up with some old ones. In the years I have been a teacher (still can’t believe it’s been…
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Oxford Modern English teachin Guide down load
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Queen Elisabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday this year. In my last blog post you can find some information about the event, about the Queen and about the UK form of government.
http://thetravellingteachers.blogspot.it/2016/06/queen-elisabeth-ii-celebrates-her-90th.html
Queen Elisabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday this year. She celebrates two birthdays each year: her actual birthday, on April 21st, and her official birthday, on the second Saturday in June. Surf the following sites t...
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You' re right! Thank you!
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Gali Lev Ari

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We are doing a summer course in English in Israel. 3-21 July. We are looking for classes around the world to blog, meet and create projects. Who would like to join us ?
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Andromeda Jones

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Hi Fellow Teachers, I would like to start writing about English teaching. If anyone knows of any ESL sites that are looking for content, please let me know. x
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they have really a good site for writers to improve their writing skills
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Lynn Scotty

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More sneaky letters!  The letters ow produce very different sounds in the words cow and snow. The blog post provides fun activities to teach/practices decoding skills.
Yes, More Sneaky Letters! Igh is a team that makes the long i sound. Ou is a vowel team that makes different sounds. When the word is unknown the reader will need to use the context to help them determine the word. ...
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David E Garcia

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Alexis Radney

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I am an ESL teacher in a private School
Learn English in my country is very important so my students can find a good job and can increase their opportunity of better incomes.
Some students face lack of resources and the lack of opportunities to study a foreign language, but we are improving thanks to the technology and many people like you that spend your time and effort to make this easier.

Is There a way where I can find open resources for children and teenagers to study English? Open Text books we can freely use to teach English, so we can reduce the amount of money the parents spend in text books.

This is one of our biggest challenges we have in our country.
Thanks in advanced for your kindness and time to help us.
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+Cynthia Lamas Thanks !
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A community for ESL teachers around the world, a place to share ideas, experiences, resources and problems.

David E Garcia

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At the doctors office phrases with practice exercises 
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Andromeda Jones

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If anyone wants to know what teaching English in Spain is like, I have just written a blog post about it.
So you’re thinking about becoming an English teacher in Spain? Well many people do and for good reasons: Spain is a beautiful country, its food is amazing and, with the second highest number of native speakers in the world, Spanish is a very useful language to learn. But what can you expect from teaching English in Spain? Well, take a look at this guide to find out.
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Lynn Scotty

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Sight words are commonly found words in print.  Most don't follow letter sound associations and need to be memorized.  Fun way to introduce and read sight words.  Video is included in blog post.
There are 11 sight word lists to practice. Have children begin with the first list and eventually work through all 11 lists. Recognition of these words will increase reading fluency Sight Word Lists 1-6 Sight Word Lists ...
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Andromeda Jones

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Latest post. What is it that students say is the toughest thing about learning English? Phrasal verbs. Always. The phrasal verbs. How do you guys teach them? I would love to know.
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+Jerry Zhang​ thx if u have any feedback on using dictionary let me know😃
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David E Garcia

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Have to practice sheet
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+Mastin Rusmala Khan And remember camels dont have to drink that much water. You have to know that. :) 
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It's coming up to summer, when many students take conversation courses. This is my favourite 'first class' lesson - it gets everyone talking, at all levels of ability, and gives you an idea what the students would love to cover during their course.
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If you really want to teach English in China this August, then contact us now :) http://www.thailandinthenews.com/2016/05/teach-english-in-china-august-2016.html  we have several vacancies to fill.
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what resources does it requires? I am professional English language Teacher in Pakistan. i want to move abroad for teaching IElTS.
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Teacher Timo

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Create your own scrambled sentence activities. This tool will remember your the sentences so you can use them next year. You can also scramble parts of a sentence or even the letters of a word. By default it will split a sentence based on spaces, but you can make it split a sentence by adding "*" characters.

Try it out here: http://r.gynzy.com/6ca4d055
Video: https://youtu.be/q9Dod4qQrn4


In this video demonstration I will show three examples:

List 1:
The earth is a planet
Seven is an odd number
Continents are masses of rock

List 2:
I*am*going to*carry*the box*tomorrow
She*is*going to*dance*next week
We*are*going to*play*soccer*this evening

List 3:
l o v e
c h e e r
s m i l e


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