The Educator's PLN

The personal learning network for educators

Resources for EFL teachers

Information

Resources for EFL teachers

This is a group for EFL teachers needing and wanting to share resources.

Members: 22
Latest Activity: Oct 2, 2017

Discussion Forum

jumpstarting this resource sharing/questioning group (intro)

Started by Holly Dilatush Oct 2, 2017. 0 Replies

Hello all, I see that this group has been quiet for awhile, and thought I'd join/stop by to see if I might wake it up!  :) It's easier and easier to learn of resources these days, and I believe/hope…Continue

Tags: word-booster

Teaching pronunciation

Started by Kerry Lynn James Aug 11, 2011. 0 Replies

Hello all, I am new to this site, and this group, but wanted to get your opinion on this subject. I give private lessons to a student who is originally from Romania who would like to improve his…Continue

Tags: teaching, education, pronunciation, ESL

Using Debates in the ESL classroom

Started by Erika Podlovics May 1, 2011. 0 Replies

Just wanted to move the conversation aside so that if anyone else wanted to contribute any resources or comments on using debates to get students talking, researching, exploring, and passionate about…Continue

Tags: debates, ESL

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Resources for EFL teachers to add comments!

Comment by Mark Waghorne on April 15, 2011 at 2:07am

Hi Oğuzhan,

Another NING you might like to join is  http://aplanet-project.org/

Comment by Oğuzhan Atila on April 14, 2011 at 9:57am

good activities , thnx

Comment by Mark Waghorne on April 7, 2011 at 5:32am

Great idea for a conversation class on crime.

 

Brierley_murder_in_the_classroom.pdf

Comment by Mark Waghorne on April 7, 2011 at 5:31am

A fun mingle exercise for a class based on the theme of marriage

 

the%20wedding%20party.section.pdf

Comment by Mark Waghorne on April 7, 2011 at 5:30am

A classic for day 1 of a conversation class or a fun filler for intermediates and above.

 

Hot%20Air%20Balloon%20Debate.doc

Comment by Mark Waghorne on April 7, 2011 at 5:30am

This is a fun mingle idea for intermediate and above students. Give them ten minutes to prepare in groups then they mingle and try to convince their family members to join them. The idea that gets the majority backing it wins.

Aunty%20Rhubarb.doc

 

Members (22)

 
 
 

About

Thomas Whitby created this Ning Network.

Latest Activity

Jordan Stevenson updated their profile
Oct 2
Profile IconSophia Woodstone, John Maker, Hadeel Elsayed and 17 more joined The Educator's PLN
Sep 26
yahaya Abdullahi shared George Danke's discussion on Facebook
Sep 11
Christine Hinkley updated an event

OLC Innovate 2020 at Sheraton Grand Chicago

March 31, 2020 to April 3, 2020
Together we will build new foundations for stronger, better higher education environments. And because innovation scales best when ideas are shared, our work sessions will explore digital technologies and adapted teaching behaviors aimed at informing policy, inspiring leadership, and evolving practice at all levels impacting institutions, universities and colleges.CALL FOR PROPOSALS OPEN UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2019. LEARN MORE:…See More
Sep 10
yahaya Abdullahi liked George Danke's discussion Integration with The Latest Technology in Education Field
Aug 28
yahaya Abdullahi posted a status
"still working on the integration of ICT in teaching Biology"
Aug 28
Christine Hinkley posted an event

OLC Innovate 2020 at Sheraton Grand Chicago

March 31, 2020 to April 3, 2020
Together we will build new foundations for stronger, better higher education environments. And because innovation scales best when ideas are shared, our work sessions will explore digital technologies and adapted teaching behaviors aimed at informing policy, inspiring leadership, and evolving practice at all levels impacting institutions, universities and colleges.CALL FOR PROPOSALS OPEN UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2019. LEARN MORE:…See More
Aug 19
George Danke posted a discussion

Integration with The Latest Technology in Education Field

It is with certainty that we can say that the future of education is looking very bright. Today the kids are taught so many new innovations that we adults couldn't have imagined learning at school. They are also given exposure to more practical lessons. Integration with the latest technology and the accessibility to global platforms have made the industry take a whole new perspective towards imparting knowledge to students. Though the current generation is much advanced and keep up with the…See More
Jul 25

© 2019   Created by Thomas Whitby.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service