I have been using some really good exercises that you can download and print for your students so they can prepare the FCE Use of English paper properly.
Here is the link of the bank resource.
Hello once again. It has been a very busy month at work. However, I wanted to publish here some awesome youtube channels that I have been using in my lessons with five and six graders. It is incredible how technology can make our explanations so much easier sometimes. This channels offer great support in teacher lots of Grammar such as Reported Speech or Conditionals. Check them out and tell me what do you think.
British Council's LearnEnglishKids (click here)
BBC Active English (click here)
Kids Online English (click here)
Makemegenius (click here)
This last one is a good source for explaining Science and Geography topics through cartoons.
So, did you like them? Are you using any others that you can recommend? Please leave a comment with your suggestions. See you next post! ;)
As teachers we always come across adult students who want to learn super fast English in an impossible short period of time. For these expectant students with little time, we recommend a set of free audiocasts with lessons on Survival language organized by topic. These units provide models of key dialogues for surviving and building relationships in today's English-speaking societies. Click here to check the site with audio lessons.
Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. With this worksheets, kids choose the homophones that make sense in the sentences. Practice with common homophones helps kids with vocabulary development as well as spelling. Here we present a selection of free worksheets on this topic: