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teaching english grammar through games
 
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new ideas to teach English grammar through playing a race game with your class
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Top 10 Games for the Classroom
 
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Tom Vasel, Sam Healey, and Zee Garcia take a look at the best educational games for use in the middle school or high school classrooms. Buy great games at http://www.coolstuffinc.com Find more reviews and videos at http://www.dicetower.com
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Grammar activity
 
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make sentences -Negative or positive
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Prefixes and Suffixes - English Grammar, Fun & Educational Game for Children, Grade 2
 
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Learn with Pinky the Mouse and Ela the Elephant, and you can win a prize. This lesson includes practical exercises. Recommended for grade 2. Kids Educ SUBSCRIBE TO US http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc?sub_confirmation=1 To see the more kids movies go to http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc
Nouns Video 2 of 3- Let's Play a Game - English Grammar - Fun Games - Free Teaching Resources
 
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Watch the video to learn about nouns. Watch the other two videos as well. You can watch the video in Urdu or Hindi here, http://youtu.be/v7l1pcqcFXg
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Language Art Games for Primary School : Teaching Language Arts & More
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehow Language arts games for primary school are a great way to introduce kids to topics that may seem more advanced. Find out about language arts games for primary school with help from an education director at Aspen Learning in this free video clip. Expert: Tenley Hardin Contact: limitlessheart.com/ Bio: Tenley Hardin has a Bachelor of Theatre Arts from the University of Michigan (2001) and a Master of Arts in English from Belmont University (2005). Filmmaker: Nicholas Wilson Series Description: Language arts is very important for elementary school kids, high school kids and everyone in between. Learn about language arts and teaching with help from an education director at Aspen Learning in this free video series.
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ESL Game : Yes No Game
 
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"Just Say No" is a great game for practicing speaking in the ESL classroom with young learners, teens and up. Great for practicing questions formation or just having fun. Especially great for Trinity exam practice etc For a printable set of question cards click here http://www.eslkidsgames.com/2013/06/yes-and-no-game.html Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EslKidsGames Twitter: https://twitter.com/eslkidsgames Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/eslkidsgames/
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Fun Grammar Activities- Hands-On Learning
 
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These are 1st grade grammar and language activities. There are a variety of activities for each Common Core Language Standard that could be used in a whole-group or a small-group setting. It is also perfect for center work as there is a clear direction page for each activity and an answer key to go with most of them. If you are like me and are looking for a fun, hands-on approach for your students to practice grammar, I strongly recommend this packet! Whether you follow Common Core or not, you will find this bundle useful when it comes to teaching grammar.
Views: 3848 Chloe Eum
Teaching English the Fun Way: The Game
 
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This game style of teaching grammar allows all students to be active and participate equally in the class. All students, no matter their level of English can master the game and have success. Students self-correct, help their teammates and analyze the work of their classmates. Writing fast and accurately also develops other areas of the brain. Students also follow the rules, apply the rules, and resolve any conflicts. Students cheer on their classmates and learn to be good sports. And most of all they have fun learning grammar.
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10 Activities for the Past Simple
 
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These 10 teaching ideas for the past simple tense will encourage your students to use the language in fun communicative ways. Grammar lessons can often be quite daunting and boring for students so it is important to have activities that students will enjoy doing. These ideas offer plenty of student-to-student interaction and allow students to draw on their own life experiences as well as encouraging them to use their imagination. Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today: https://www.teflcourse.net/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION
Fun way to Learn English grammar
 
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The Best and Most fun way to learn English Grammar through conversation (English Subtitled) The best way to learn Grammar. Struggling with English grammar, getting tired of your English grammar book. This key to learn Basic English Grammar well is to not give up.
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Teaching Tips from AE - Fun with Activate Grammar Games
 
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In this Teaching Tip topic, Lauren and Kate will present two Activate games that make learning grammar fun. “Teaching Tips” are short professional development videos produced by the American English team that share current, practical knowledge and classroom ideas for EFL teachers around the globe. For more free resources for EFL teachers, visit the American English website: http://www.americanenglish.state.gov Be sure to “like” American English for Educators on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanEnglishforEducators/
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The Teachers' Room: Fun collocation activities
 
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Collocations are commonly put together pairings of words. They can be weakly or strongly related. Learning them will greatly enhance your students' use of vocabulary and speaking skills. So here are a few fun and memorable activities you can use to practise them. Collocation race The easiest way to practise collocations is to have students sort them into columns on the board. Split the board into columns with half a collocation as a heading. Then call out, hand out or provide the other half and have students put them in the right columns. To make this competitive, create two teams and have a race. Collocation place Divide your teaching space into several areas and assign one half of a collocation to each area. Then call out the other half. Students must move to the space which represents the matching collocation pair. Once they get there, have them make a sentence using the collocation. Collocation aim Great for young learners, or just doing something a bit different! Get the students to screw up paper into balls. Draw targets on the board and assign them a collocation half. Then call out the other half and have students throw their balls at the correct target. Or, if you have a class that gets on well, you can assign students as targets for a bit of fun. Collocation mingle Print collocations on cards – half of the pair on one card and the other half on another. Distribute these cards to students and have them mingle with each other to try and find their collocation partner. To make things a bit more challenging, use one or two collocations that could have more than one possible pairing. Collocation gap fill For higher level students, or those doing academic work. Take an authentic text, find relevant collocations and blank out one half of each collocation pair. Then give the students the text and ask them to work together to complete it using whatever word they think is correct. To test your knowledge with a quick quiz, click here to go to our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/english-you-need/unit-12/session-4 Do you want to learn how to speak English? Then join us here on YouTube for great grammar, drama, news, study, pronunciation, vocabulary, music, interviews and celebrity videos. Every day we have a new video to help you with English. We also produce regular 'extra' videos across the week so come back every day to see what's new. MONDAY: Exam Skills TUESDAY: News Review – discover the language used by news organisations to explain the news WEDNESDAY: Pronunciation in the News. You can also follow three news stories with LingoHack THURSDAY: Teachers' Room FRIDAY: Learners' Questions We like receiving and reading your comments - please use English when you comment. For more videos and content that will help you learn English, visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com
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Fun English Lesson 6 - Like, love, hate
 
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In this beginner lesson you will learn the grammar to form simple sentences with the verbs "like", "love" and "hate" in English. You will also learn some vocabulary for sports and activities that you may enjoy. Curious about learning online with Englishtown.com? Visit http://sns.englishtown.com for more information!
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2 fun new ways to learn English vocabulary
 
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Learning a new language is difficult and boring. Every student learns differently, and it's important to find a study method that is right for YOU. I want to put the fun back into studying English with two methods that are fun and which make learning easier and quicker! In this lesson, I will teach you how to make connections between words in order to remember them more easily. I will also reveal my hidden poet talents, so you don't want to miss this one! http://www.engvid.com/2-fun-new-ways-to-learn-english-vocabulary/ TRANSCRIPT Yeah, that was fun. I'm looking forward to hearing that from you later. Hi. James from engVid. In this video what I would like to do is help you work on vocabulary. I want to make it fun, because when things are fun, you work harder and you learn more. And today's lesson, I'm going to teach you two ways to not only just remember vocabulary, but learn how to use vocabulary in a way that we use it, and you will really understand it, and... Heck, it's fun. You're just going to have fun doing it. I'm sure you will. All right? It's a little bit creative. So, let's go to the board. Simple lesson. Here we go. Two ways to have fun with language. Not just language, but vocabulary. Ways that you may not be studying in class, we're going to do here today. The first one I want to talk to you about is fill in the gap. Huh? "A gap" means a space, there's a space between something. So, here's my hands, in between my hands is a gap. Okay? You have a gap between your eyes. One eye, one eye, space. In this case, you see I've got this: "tree __________ chair". Now, fill in the gap doesn't mean just one word. It's a couple of ways you can do this. In this particular game, we're going to take two vocabulary words, "tree", and take another one, "chair", and they're kind of a little obvious to make it easy for you, but what I want you to do is one of two things. The first thing we can do is use x words. What I mean by that is you could say: "I want to use five words, and I want to go from 'tree' to 'chair'." Or: "I want to use three words from 'tree' to 'chair'" or two. Huh? Well, okay. How do I get from "tree"? Okay. "Tree", "cut". You cut the tree down, right? "Lumber". Lumber you make into wood you can use. Let's see. "Carpenter". Find a carpenter. "Craft". "Craft" means make. You're like: "What?" These... All these words... And then I can say: "Furniture". Okay? Okay, furniture. "Chair", so if I have a tree, I cut it down and make it into lumber, I take it to a carpenter, he crafts it into a chair. Five words from A to B. So, one game is tell yourself: "I want to go from five... One word to another word, and I want five words to get there." And you can challenge yourself; maybe go from three words. Right? Or make 10 words. You can use it to describe something. How many words you can use to describe a certain thing. Right? "I have this word, and I want to go to this word. How many words does it take me to get there?" What this does is it teaches you relationship between words, and that also can teach you nouns and verbs, and how they function together. Or, we say "syntax", right? So, start at A, say: "I want to use five words to get there." This is a great word to do with a friend. You can say: "Okay, we're going to do 'tree' and 'chair', you need to do five words that make sense to go from 'tree' to 'chair'", and put a clock on for five minutes. You go, and she goes, you write together and see what words you get. Compare, check them out. "Why did you choose this, and why does this word...? What does this word mean?" Right? So, now, you're not just writing words in a book and saying: "This word means this." You're: "What does it mean? How do I use it? How would other people use it? How would other people think?" Right? Yeah. See? That's fun by yourself or with a friend. Okay, listen, the second way to play this game is: How many words to the answer? What? Well, we can pick up two random words, two, like... I have "chair"... "Tree" and "chair", we could have put "chair" and "moon". Now the game gets a little bit more interesting. Right? "Chair" and "moon". How many words does it get me to go from "chair" to "moon"? Now, you might say: "That's impossible. They have nothing to do with each other." I could say, "Listen, the chair in my living room"-"living room" is a noun-"sits"-which is a verb-"close to the big bay window where I can see the moon at night." How many words did it take me to get from "chair" to "moon"? So, it's playing with words, being creative.
The Most Fun English Teaching (ESL) Game -- "Hot Seat"
 
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A quick 4-minute description of how to play "Hot Seat" and a list of possible phrases to use! This game is great for a one-hour long lesson; it can also be used to teach Spanish and French, for example, to non-native speakers. To be honest it can be used to teach any language. My specialty is teaching using games. Some people underestimate the power of learning through fun; however, I embrace it to keep my students interested. This game, "Hot Seat" is one that must be played with your students. HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH ENGLISH IN CHINA THIS SUMMER FOR ONE MONTH - JUNE, 2016-JULY 2016(ALL EXPENSES PAID) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_mfJE3kI34&index=1&list=PLThScp7lNcF8v7nw856KvOaXPoZCq_KnX Check out the Facebook page for this channel: https://www.facebook.com/studyteachab... CHECK OUT THIS GAME TOO! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhMjH... Carlos Vives as lead singer of One Direction Enrique Inglesias swimming from Florida to Cuba A bag of magic beans The drunken zombie apocalypse Jamés as a Victoria Secret model Batman eating at Mcdonald’s Miley Cyrus as a grandmother Vladimir Putin wearing a Colombian sombrero A chicken eating scrambled eggs Steve Irwin eating crocodile for lunch Lionel Messi as a Broadway actor
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Present Simple Fun Activities
 
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Learning grammar CAN be fun ! Watch my students review the present Simple :)
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Fun English Speaking Activity/Game
 
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Instructions: After you have gone through your regular daily lesson, worksheet, dialogue, or expression, you can play this game. 1. Divide class into two teams. 2. Assign one person from each team to do paper, rock, scissors. The winner gets to go last or first. They get five seconds to decide as a team. 3. Take out your phone or stopwatch to time the group to see how fast they go. 4. Record their time on the board under their points. 5. Repeat 3 and 4 for the other team(s). 6. Which ever team is the fastest gets one point for their team. 7. Repeat the process with a different expression that was studied. Time/Points: If the team makes a grammar mistake or a pronunciation mistake I add one second to their final time. Winners: The winners get to leave class first, which means they can get the best seat on the school bus.
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Verb Smash - English Grammar Game
 
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Download on iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/verb-smash-1-english-grammar/id980610889?mt=8 Download on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wobblemonkey.verbsmashe&hl=en Download on Google Play (Full Version): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wobblemonkey.verbsmashfull&hl=en SMASH the correct verbs into the sentences in this fun and exciting game for ESL/EFL learners to learn English grammar easily. Learn English tenses and verbs quickly. Studying tense charts is now a thing of the past! COURSE CONTENT: 1) 500,000+ question and answer sentence combinations 2) 120 of the most common verbs 3) Regular and irregular verbs 4) Present Simple Tense 5) Present Continuous Tense * 6) Past Simple Tense 7) Present Perfect Tense ** 8) Using contractions and negatives 9) Using auxiliary verbs (helping verbs) *For relevant verbs. Some English verbs are not used in the Present Continuous. **For experiences (“Have you ever…”). Verb Smash is an innovative course in English grammar that teaches questions and answers using auxiliary verbs, contractions, negatives, regular verbs and irregular verbs in four of the most common tenses of the English language. This revolutionary new interactive game includes over 500,000 unique question and answer sentence combinations for practising the present simple tense, present continuous tense, past simple tense and present perfect tense with real life examples. By playing this fun verb game you will learn the different conjugations (sometimes described as V1, V2, V3 and the gerund) of 120 of the most common regular and irregular English verbs. You will also learn the auxiliary verbs (“helping verbs”) that form correct English sentences. With our massive database of sentences you will learn the verb forms and their correct use in context with the modern English language. If you make mistakes our intelligent system will correct and perfect your grammar as if you had a real teacher with you to guide you through your English course! This course is ideal for secondary, high school, university or adult ESL/EFL students. It is also perfect for supplementing TOEIC or IELTS studies, business English courses or communicative English courses. The course is in British English but also includes commonly used words in American English with the intention of helping students of “International English”. Verb Smash has been designed by serious professional teachers and game designers so that you can learn English easily, quickly and effectively in a fun way. Have fun and learn English faster than ever before. Get smashing! INSTRUCTIONS: 1) Menu: -PRESS “Learn Verbs”. -PRESS a verb (“Be”, “Go”, “Do”…). “Challenge” will test your knowledge and unlock more levels. -SELECT as many tenses ("PRESENT SIMPLE", "PRESENT CONT."...) as you want to practise at the same time. You can also change the game speed. -PRESS “PLAY” 2) Game -DRAG, SWIPE or FLICK the correct verbs (in the orange boxes at the bottom) towards the falling sentences to complete the sentences. Get 8 correct in a row before the sentences reach the bottom to complete the level. 3) Game Over Verb Smash will show you your mistakes and correct them. It will underline other words to help explain. SWIPE to see all your mistakes. 4) BIG CHALLENGE and Tense Games Complete verbs in “Learn Verbs” to earn coins and unlock the tense games and “BIG CHALLENGE”. The “BIG CHALLENGE” will show any verb in any tense. Try to form correct sentences as it gets faster and faster, and break the high score records! TO KEEP UP TO DATE ON NEW RELEASES: -Please like us at: https://www.facebook.com/wobblemonkeyenglishgames -Please follow us at: https://twitter.com/Wobble_Monkey
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ESL Game : Password
 
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"Password" is a great game that can be used again and again for revision of vocabulary. This is a game every ESL teacher should know. This game is great with kids, teens and adults and is always a popular game with groups. For more games and ideas visit http://www.eslkidsgames.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EslKidsGames Twitter: https://twitter.com/eslkidsgames Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/eslkidsgames/
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Adjective Games for High School : English & Writing Lessons
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Adjective games are a great way to teach students more about the English language - and to learn a few new things yourself. Learn about adjective games for high school with help from a professional reading and English tutor in this free video clip. Expert: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster Bio: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster has successfully improved the reading and writing skills of fifth-through-eighth grade, inner-city youths for six years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Understanding English and writing, along with how to really use these topics to your own benefit, is a cornerstone of any person's education. Get tips on subjects related to English and writing with help from a professional reading and English tutor in this free video series.
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English Grammar | Connectors | Fun To Learn
 
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The science which treats of the principles of language; the study of forms of speech, and their relations to one another; the art concerned with the right use aud application of the rules of a language, in speaking or writing. The art of speaking or writing with correctness or according to established usage; speech considered with regard to the rules of a grammar. A treatise on the principles of language; a book containing the principles and rules for correctness in speaking or writing. treatise on the elements or principles of any science; as, a grammar of geography. To discourse according to the rules of grammar; to use grammar. Subscribe link http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Rhyme4Kids
AE Webinar 5.1 -  Fun with Grammar: Bringing Language Learning to Life through Games
 
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This webinar is part of the "American English” webinar series. For more resources to teach and learn English, visit http://americanenglish.state.gov In this webinar, we will examine games that motivate students to learn from and engage in grammar activities. Grammar is an important aspect of language learning, but the focus of grammar instruction does not always have to be on directly teaching rules. In fact, research shows that students enjoy varied methods of learning English grammar. The games demonstrated in this webinar will help your students learn, review, and internalize grammar structures by making personal connections and having fun!
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Fun and Learn Basics of English Grammar for Children & Kids Learning With Funny Animated Cartoons
 
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Learn How to Teach Basic English Grammar to Pre-School & Kindergarten Kids Fun and Learn Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Learn Prepositions Basic grammar concepts teach kids about sentence, subject, predicate and parts of speech. There are 8 parts of speech which are building blocks of Grammar. This Video is helpful to teach basic grammar for children. English with example To make your kids more creative, innovative & intelligent Click on the link below :- http://goo.gl/fSORf Its Absolutely Free !!!!
Ideas for practising grammar
 
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How can you make more use of the grammar tables in your textbook? Roisin O'Farrell, co-author of Quest (Macmillan Publishers), shows some fun activities.
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Fun way to Learn English grammar | Learn ALL English Grammar in 8 Minutes!
 
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Fun way to Learn English grammar | Learn ALL English Grammar in 8 Minutes! The Best and Most fun way to learn English Grammar through conversation (English Subtitled) The best way to learn Grammar. Struggling with English grammar, getting tired of your English grammar book. This key to learn Basic English Grammar well is to not give up. Subcribe now ! http://goo.gl/aUYrCE to receive next lesson ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Full Play List Video: English vocabulary with Pictures (Learn English Pictures Dictionary) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5SQfh253HU&list=PLArVNLXaWpFfIIQ8w4Mompwm-qJvXcN8q ------------------------------------------------------------- If you need file english conversation pdf you can subscribe my channel http://goo.gl/aUYrCE -------------------------------------------------------------- Best playlist to learn english everyday: 1/ English vocabulary words with meaning through Picture https://goo.gl/PP6Y3h 2/ English Conversation https://goo.gl/jRqvEF 3/ Learn english vocabulary with picture https://goo.gl/022V7w --------------------------------------------------------------- Join Group Facebook Discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LearnEnglishByCartoon/ Follow us On G+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnEnglishbyCartoon/posts Follow us On twiter: https://twitter.com/ttd_start_now Follow us On Youtube Chanel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LearnEnglishbyCartoon ----------------------------------------­------------------------------ Bonus: 1/ New Kids Craft Ideas Video: https://goo.gl/znPdeu 2/ Amazing and Easy Origami For Kids https://goo.gl/CQ1Hif ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching ! This video create by TEAM3S. Do not reupload ! Don't foget Subcribe now ! http://goo.gl/aUYrCE to receive next lesson ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- #LearnEnglishByCarToon #LearnEnglish #EnglishConversation #EnglishDiscussion
How to Teach English (ESL) w/ Games & Activities
 
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Learn how to teach English using games and activities. 1. 00:12 "Categramble" is an icebreaker and warm-up activity. 2. 01:24 "Whispers" is an activity for teaching sentences. 3. 02:06 "One Hand, Two Hands" is an activity for teaching listening. You can use games and activities throughout much of your lesson "if" you do it properly. Remember you need balance in your lesson. How do you feel about your teaching? Are you confident? INSTEAD of feeling unsure, helpless or maybe even like a fraud of a teacher - imagine feeling confident, secure and satisfied. http://www.course.eslinsider.com/ _____________________________________________________ ESLinsider serves up fresh resources for ESL teachers: how-to videos, interviews with teachers, online TEFL courses, ebooks and a blog. You can learn how to teach English with videos, find solutions to classroom problems, and get ideas for your lessons. It also has a blog where you can learn about teaching in Asia: Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan. _____________________________________________________ Resources: http://www.eslinsider.com Blog: http://www.eslinsider.com/blog How-to videos: http://www.eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos Online TEFL courses - effective, efficient + economical http://www.course.eslinsider.com/ Subscribe and Follow: https://twitter.com/ESLinsider http://www.pinterest.com/eslinsider/ http://feeds.feedburner.com/eslinsider/ https://www.youtube.com/user/lipofootoo
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WARM-UP ACTIVITIES
 
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Warm your students up with one of these activities and they`ll never get bored :) Find me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/448981031872167/ More ideas for teachers: www.english-corner.cz
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Ideas for Teachers: Active Game to Practice Grammar & Vocab
 
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Hey Guys, This is an idea that teachers could use to reinforce grammar and vocabulary in the classroom. It requires chairs, paper and students that can move. That's it! If you already do this game maybe leave a comment below for other teachers letting them know if it works well or not for you. Also, if you do it a bit differently, let us know how! Hasta luego :) Thanks for watching! senorbelles.com youtube.com/senorbelles facebook.com/senorbelles twitter.com/senorbelles senorbelles.spreadshirt.com sub link: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=senorbelles
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Past simple or Present Perfect Simple in English - English Grammar Fun Time
 
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Avoid mistakes with these two confusing tenses. Take the Grammar Fun Time Quiz! ***SUBSCRIBE to become fluent in American English: http://bit.ly/TopSTvids MORE FUN ENGLISH LESSONS! 3 common embarrassing mistakes in English: http://bit.ly/2jbUs8f English vocabulary: Terrorism and bad news: http://bit.ly/2jm5Rxt Talking about flights and airports: http://bit.ly/2kAEJM8 Become fluent in English and have fun learning with my weekly video lessons to learn American English. Join the Speak English Community and get a new English lesson every week: http://bit.ly/SEwC-join You'll increase your vocabulary in English, improve your pronunciation, boost your Business English, and become fluent faster. PRACTICE ENGLISH EVERY DAY WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpeakEnglishWithChristina/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinarebuffetbroadus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/speakenglishwithchristina/
Using Group Games to Teach the Present Continuous Tense
 
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Based on Stephen Krashen's theory of natural language, Louis Giancola creates a relaxed atmosphere for language learning, "lowering the affective filter" to help students take risks in learning the new language. He includes American baseball as content because some of the students had said they want to better understand the game. For more information, visit our website: www.mlots.org
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The Prepositions Class Game -- How To teach Prepositions
 
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An exciting game using simple, everyday objects to help students practice using prepositions of location in English. How to play: Make sure students have adequate knowledge of the items used (0:21) as well as the prepositions used (1:21). Place a table and a chair at the front of the classroom and leave plenty of space for movement around them. Select one student from each team (A and B). Have the student from team A stand near the table and the student from team B stand near the chair. Put the objects listed at the start of the video in front of the students on the floor so they can reach them easily. Have the two students listen to the voice recording (e.g. “The ball is on the chair. The ball is under the table.”) and let them compete to see who can be the first to put the object in the correct place according to the instructions. The team whose instruction is read first will have the advantage, but this changes every round. Award one point for correctly placing the object according to the instructions and one bonus point to the faster of the two students to place the object correctly. If only one student places the object correctly, give him or her 2 points. No points are awarded for incorrect placements. Continue until all the students in the class have had a turn and/or all 13 rounds have been completed.
Past Simple Tense be - was / were: Fun & Interactive English Grammar ESL Video
 
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Teach your beginner students the past simple tense be: was/were with this original & innovative video and introduce your learners to timelines. If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching ESL videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this ESL video, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TYJn8v9dr8 Title of English / ESL Video: Past Simple Tense be: was/were Target English Grammar: Past simple tense be: was/were Student Proficiency Level: Beginner level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Past Simple Tense be – was/were Approximate chronological order: Rules and Explanation: Elicitation of positive example sentence: He was short. Elicitation of negative example sentence: He wasn’t short. *Pause the video after the question to give students time to answer. Meaning / Function (Definition): We use the simple past to talk about the past. Affirmative and Negative Sentences: wasn’t = was not (contraction) Positive and Negative Examples: – Positive example sentence: I was a police officer. Negative example question: I wasn’t a police officer. – Positive example sentence: She was beautiful. Negative example question: She wasn’t beautiful. – Positive example sentence: It was expensive! Negative example question: It wasn’t expensive! – Positive example sentence: We were at home. Negative example question: We weren’t at home. – Positive example sentence: They were in Russia. Negative example question: They weren’t in Thailand Form / Structure: Singular vs. Plural: The simple past of “be” has two forms: was and were. Elicit from students: Which one is singular and which one is plural? (Was is singular and were is plural.) But sometimes English doesn’t always follow the rules. The pronoun you can be singular or plural, but we use were for both singular you and plural you. – Positive example sentence: You were late to school. Negative example question: You weren’t late to school. Wh- Question: – Example question: Why were you late to school? Yes/No Question Form: – Example question: Were you late to school? The short answer for a yes/no question is: Yes, I was. No, I wasn’t. Further Example Wh- Questions and Yes/No Questions: When were they in Russia? Were they in Russia? The short answers are: Yes, they were. No, they weren’t. How much was it? Was it expensive? (Elicit) And what are the short answers? Yes, it was. No, it wasn’t. Summary: The negatives are: was = wasn’t were = weren’t was is singular. were is plural and for you. The short answers to yes/no questions are: Yes, + subject + was/were. No, + subject + wasn’t/weren’t.
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Learn English with games | Canguro English
 
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In this class I show you the games that I use every day to help my students learn, without them even realising it! I talk about vocabulary games, grammar games, storytelling games and plain old fun games! See you in class! ***** Official Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/canguroenglish/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/canguroenglish/ Podcast: https://www.soundcloud.com/canguroenglish/ ***** Become a patron and sponsor free English education here: https://www.patreon.com/canguroenglish
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Teach Kids English #8-Simple Games
 
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Today I am talking about simple ball toss games. You can make your class more fun by having your students stand in a circle and toss the ball around while practicing vocabulary.
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English Prepositions Game
 
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Grammar Activities for Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Classes
 
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Are you looking for fun ways to incorporate grammar in all of your classes? This webinar focuses on grammar activities that can be used across the four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. A variety of activities will be presented that can be adapted for use across different proficiency levels. Dr. Randi Reppen is Professor of Applied Linguistics and TESL at Northern Arizona University (NAU). She has extensive ESL and teacher training experience, including directing NAU’s Intensive English program. Randi is the author of Using Corpora in the Language Classroom and an author of the series Grammar and Beyond, both published by Cambridge University Press. Find out more about Grammar and Beyond: http://bit.ly/2g0zsvx Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube
Teaching English to Children in a FUN Way - English Language Games
 
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Teaching English to ESL kids can be fun and effective if you use the right games. This "I can do it!" song is perfect to energize your ESL children! Sign up for my newsletter and get FREE video trainings and lessons on How to Motivatate and Engage Your ESL Students! www.EnglishLanguageGames.com
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Second Conditional If Clause: Fun, interactive & humorous ESL video to engage your students!
 
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Teach learners about second conditionals (conditional sentences) using this creative & engaging animated ESL video for intermediate level classrooms. If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qP-ROqRJ_X4 Title of English / ESL Video: Second Conditionals Target English Grammar: 2nd Conditionals: – Conditional sentences / conditional clauses – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. Student Proficiency Level: Intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Second Conditionals – Conditional Sentences Approximate chronological order: Rules and Explanations: – Elicitation of target language. Function: – To talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or future and their consequences. Specific Uses: – Elicitation of target language. – To express desires: If I were rich, I’d buy a big house. – In 2nd conditionals, we use were after any pronoun in the if clause. – Using was in informal language is still perfectly fine. – To give advice: If I were you, I’d buy a new phone. – For short we can just say the result clause: I’d buy a new phone. Could: – could = would be able to – Example: If I spoke Greek, I could ask Sophia out. If only…: – We use If only… to say that we want things to be different. – It has a similar meaning to I wish…, but with a stronger emotion. – Example 1: If only I were rich, I’d buy a big house! – Example 2: If only I spoke Greek, I’d ask Sophia out! – We often say this without the result clause. – Example 1: If only I were rich! – Example 2: If only I spoke Greek! – We don’t use If only… for giving advice. We only use it to express desires. Concept Checking Questions (CCQs) Form: – If clause, + result clause – If/Unless + past simple, + would + verb (base form) – If + I ate everything, + I’d + get fat. – If + I were you, + I’d + buy a new phone. Switching Clause Positions: – Result clause + if clause – I’d get fat + if I ate everything. – I’d buy a new phone + if I were you. Summary of Functions and Uses: – To talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or the future and their consequences. – To express desires. – To give advice.
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Punctuation Games for Adult Learners : Teaching With Games
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehow Punctuation games can be a great way for adult learners to get a better grasp on a particular topic. Learn about punctuation games for adult learners with help from an experienced teacher in this free video clip. Expert: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster Bio: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster has successfully improved the reading and writing skills of fifth-through-eighth grade, inner-city youths for six years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Being a teacher doesn't have to be all "textbooks" and "written exams" - your curriculum can include games designed to help students learn while having fun, too. Get teaching tips and learn a few new tricks for the classroom with help from an experienced teacher in this free video series.
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English Grammar - Comparing: funner & faster or more fun & more fast?
 
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http://www.engvid.com Is playing video games funner or more fun than studying grammar? Not sure when to use '___er' or 'more ____ than' when comparing things? In this lesson we will look at syllables as a way to choose the faster car, the more beautiful painting, or the more clever phrase. Take the quiz on this lesson here: http://www.engvid.com/comparing-funner-faster-syllables/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, again. I'm Adam. Welcome to www.engvid.com. Today's lesson is very common I think - a very popular question. I get asked this all the time by students who are learning English: when to use "-er", when to use "more" when we are comparing things, for example with adjectives. When do I say "better", for example, or "happier" or "more expensive"? How do you know which one to use? Okay? So it's very, very simple, okay? We're going to look at syllables. To use "-er", we use -- sorry. We use "-er" with words that have one or two syllables. We use "more" with words that have two or more syllables. Now, before I explain that, what are syllables? "Syllables" are vowel sounds in a word, okay? They're not the number of vowels; they're the number of vowel sounds. But first, what is a "vowel"? Just in case you're not familiar: A, E, I, O, U; these are the vowels in English. Consonants are B, C, D, F, G, and so on. Keep in mind "Y" is a consonant even though it sounds often like a vowel. Okay, so back to syllables. So these are the vowel sounds. So for example, the word "cat". How many vowel sounds are in the word "cat"? One: "ah" -- "cat". Keep in mind -- here's another one-syllable word: "leak". Two vowels, one vowel sound, "leak", "eeee", okay? Can you think of a two-syllable word? How do you feel right now? I bet you feel "happy". I'm sure you feel happy because you're watching www.engvid.com, right? "Happy". The two vowel sounds: "ha", "py" -- sorry. My mistake. "Hap", "py", "ah", "eeee", okay? How about a three-vowel sound word? How about three syllables? "Beautiful". Sorry. I'm not having the best day spelling today. "Beau", "ti", "ful". Three syllables. How about four? "Ex", "cep", "tio", "nal" -- "exceptional". Great. Very good. Okay. One more -- five. Very common word: "International". Can you divide them up into the syllables? Try it. "In", "ter", "na", "tio", "nal" -- "international", five syllables. So now, here we go back. We see one or two syllables or two or more syllables. So now, you're thinking, "Okay, well if I have a two-syllable word, I still don't know which one to use, right?" Well, here is the answer. One or two syllables: If the word ends in "Y" -- I'll put it here. Sorry about the mess. If the word ends in "Y", use "-er". So "happy" -- if you want to compare two things; who's happier? Me or my friend? Then you drop the "Y"; then you put "ier". "Happier". Okay? If the word -- the two-syllable word -- ends in a consonant, okay, then you use "more". Okay? So "gentle" is technically a two-syllable word, but it ends in a vowel, so "gentler". I'll think of an example of a consonant-ending word. Now, there are, of course, exceptions. "Good" does not take "-er" or "more". "Good" becomes "better". "Bad" becomes "worse". "Far" becomes "farther". I'll write this one down. "Far" becomes "farther", so you have the extra addition here. "Much" becomes "more". "Little" becomes "less", okay? Now -- oh, I put it twice. Sorry. Now, "fun" is a one-syllable word, but you will never hear anybody say "funner". Why? Because it sounds like "funnier". So this is an exception. We usually say "more fun". Now here's an example of a two-syllable word that ends in a consonant, so you think "cleverer". Now, some people will say "cleverer", but because of the "r-r" ending, it's a little bit hard to say, so many people will say "more clever". "He is more clever than she is", okay? For example. I still can't think of a word that ends in a consonant. "Feather". No. That's not -- it's a noun; I can't use that. Okay. It'll come to me. I'll put it on the comments on www.engvid.com. And if you want to practice more of these, go to www.engvid.com. There's a quiz there, and you can practice these and come back, and we'll do some more lessons. So don't forget to check out my YouTube page and subscribe. See you then.
Future Simple Tense - Will Won’t: Creative ESL Whiteboard Animation Video (Fun for the whole class!)
 
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Use this creative ESL whiteboard animation video to teach future simple tense (will / won’t) to pre-intermediate learners in a fun & engaging manner! If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNtCCC7PcE8 Title of English / ESL Video: Whiteboard Animation Target English Grammar: Future simple tense (will / won’t) Also known as: the simple future. *"be going to" is not explained in this video. Student Proficiency Level: Pre-intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Future Simple Tense – Will / Won’t Approximate chronological order: Functions and Uses: – Promises: I will love you forever. – Offers: I‘ll help you eat it! – Spontaneous or quick decisions: I‘ll get help… – Spontaneous threats: I‘ll make you sorry! – Predictions about the future: In the future… you will die! Form: Positive: will Contractions: I’ll, you’ll, we’ll… Negative: will not Contraction: won’t – Use contractions when speaking. Summary of Functions and Uses Other Important Information: "will" and "won’t" vs. "be going to" The simple future tense comes in two variations: - "Will" and "won’t" - "be going to" These two variations can have different meanings and cannot always be used interchangeably. be going to is used for talking about future plans and also for making predictions. While will and won’t can also be used to make predictions, we do not use them to talk about future plans. Hence, only in the case of making predictions, may we use will and won’t and be going to interchangeably. Take for example: Speaker A: Can you wash the car today? Speaker B: I’ll do it tomorrow. Speaker B did not plan on washing the car tomorrow. Rather, it was a spontaneous decision caused by speaker A’s request. Had speaker B said I’m going to do it tomorrow, it would suggest that speaker B already planned on washing the car tomorrow prior to speaker A asking. This video only focuses on will and won’t. We will explore be going to in other videos.
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Fun And Learn Series for Kids - English Grammar Lessons
 
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Fun And Learn Series for Kids - English Grammar Lessons In Fun N Learn series children learn many things which as preschoolers they weren't aware of. The children are excited and want to know where all can they go and what all can they learn. The children go to various adventures filled with fun and excitement across the world. In this story all childern want to speak in english, but some of them want to speak english. For more english grammer they went to the friend - a fish, who tought all basic english grammar to them. The Kids Pool is full of short animated stories,Panchtantra series,Akbar and Birbal stories,Bed Times stories, etc for kids. Subscribe for more kids content : http://goo.gl/a4wpCV For more nursery rhymes check : http://goo.gl/UY6TkM
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English Project - Conjunctions I Grammar with more fun
 
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An initiative of my students who tried their level best. Appreciate!
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English Grammar | Tag Questions | Fun Grammar Lessons
 
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Check out: www.pocketpassport.com for flashcards, worksheets and LOTS MORE! Learn grammar the fun way! This video will teach you about tag questions with lots of fun, animated pictures and examples.
Gerunds and Infinitives (Verbs): Fun & humorous ESL video to peak your students’ engagement!
 
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This creative & engaging animated ESL video teaches learners about gerunds and infinitives (verbs) at the upper-intermediate level. Use this in class and have a blast! If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5OosgcMhRs Title of English / ESL Video: Gerunds and Infinitives (Verbs) Target English Grammar: Gerunds and Infinitives (Verbs): – Gerund verbs. – Infinitives with “to”. – Infinitives without “to”. Student Proficiency Level: Upper-intermediate level grammar. Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Gerunds and Infinitives (Verbs) Approximate chronological order: Gerunds: – Elicitation of target grammar. Form: – Verb + ing Function: – Gerunds act as nouns or pronouns. Specific Uses: – Likes/dislikes: I love shopping. – General activities: I’m good at dancing. – Abstract ideas: I’m not used to working late. – When there is no noun to describe something: Catching the train during peak hour is really annoying. – When speaking or writing in incomplete sentences: What are your hobbies? Watching TV and surfing the Internet. Use Gerunds: – As the subject of a sentence: Flying makes me nervous. – As the object of a sentence: I find listening to music very relaxing. – After prepositions: The police arrested her for speeding. – After phrasal verbs: She ended up going to prison. – After some verbs including: admit, avoid, can’t help, carry on, consider, deny, finish, give up, imagine, involve, keep on, miss, postpone, practice, risk, spend, stop, suggest. – Example: You should avoid taking a stroll outside during a hurricane. – After words for expressing like/dislike: can’t stand, crazy about, enjoy, fancy, hate, like/dislike, keen on, love, don’t mind, prefer. – Example: I love skydiving. Use Infinitives (with “to”): – To express a reason or purpose: He ran to avoid being caught. – After adjectives: This safe is easy to break open. – After some verbs, including: can/can’t afford, agree, appear, be able to, can’t wait, decide, expect, forget, happen, have (got), help, hope, learn, manage, need, offer, plan, pretend, promise, refuse, remember, seem, teach, tend, threaten, try, want, would like. – Example: He threatened to hurt the man. *Infinitives are not generally used as the subject of sentences. Use the Infinitive (without “to”) after: – Modal verbs: You should see a doctor. – Auxiliary verbs: We‘ll go swimming tomorrow. – let, make and help. – Example 1: Let‘s go shopping. – Example 2: Help me carry my shoes. – Example 3: Sometimes she makes me want to scream! Negative Forms: Target language form the negative with “not”: – Gerunds: I don’t like shopping. – Infinitives (with “to”): I don’t want to go shopping. – Infinitives (without “to”): I won’t go shopping. These verbs can be followed with either the gerund or infinitive (with “to”) with no difference in meaning: – begin, continue, prefer, start. For example: – I prefer doing yoga. – I prefer to do yoga. These verbs can be followed with either the gerund or infinitive (with “to”), but the meaning is different: – try, remember, forget, need. – Example 1: – Try not to hurt yourself again. (This means, make an effort to do something.) – You should try going to an Italian restaurant. (This means, try something to see if you like it.) – Example 2: – Remember to fasten your seatbelt. (This means, don’t forget something.) – I remember seeing you in high school. (This means, having a memory of something.) – Example 3: – I forgot to bring my luggage. (This means, you didn’t remember something.) – I’ll never forget seeing the beautiful scenery. (This means, you did something and you won’t forget it. It’s more common in the negative form.) – Example 4: – You need to buy a new car. (This means, you must do something.) – That car needs repairing. (This means, the subject needs something.)
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How To Teach Some And Any -- Some and Any Vegetables Game
 
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A fun and interactive classroom game to teach the general difference between the quantifiers “some” and “any” and also to learn new vocabulary related to the names of vegetables in English. Challenge students to think of 20 or so different vegetables (in the broad sense of the term, allowing tomatoes, olives, pumpkins, etc. to be considered vegetables even if botanists might disagree) and write them on the board. Make sure to include asparagus, parsley, broccoli and corn (uncountable nouns) and carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes and peas (countable nouns) in the list on the board. Display an image of the 8 previously mentioned vegetables to one student (minute 2:15, on a computer screen or on a printout) and have other students take turns guessing which vegetables he or she can see in the image with the questions “Have you got any_____?” or “Do you have any _____?” If the guess is correct, the student looking at the image must answer “Yes, I have (got) some ____” and return to his or her seat. The student who guessed correctly then gets to look at the image and answer a question from another student. Continue until all 8 vegetables have been successfully guessed.
Fun English Lesson 31 - Cooking
 
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Learn how to talk about recipes and cooking in English. You will learn some vocabulary for cooking and talking about food. Your teacher will also review the English grammar for how to use "much" and "many" when talking about countable and uncountable nouns. Do you enjoy cooking? Will you share your favorite recipe with us in the comments area below?
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Talking BINGO game, ESL beginners - English Language Games
 
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Find this game and many more in my book "ESL Games for Kids - Proven Ideas for Teaching English Through Listening Exercises, Fun Activities and Games" http://amzn.to/1b2HblS DAY 14 - Get your ESL beginners talking in class with this variation of the BINGO game! Easily practice basic sentence structures in a safe and comfortable situation. Start with verb "have" in the present and use both affirmative or negative based on what their real answer is. For ex: PRESENT: I have the number 35 / I don't have the number 35 PAST: I had the number 28 / I didn't have the number 28 FUTURE: I will have the number 45 /I won't have the number 45. Another variation is to use other verbs like "need" and "want" Subscribe to this channel and join in on the adventure of 365 days of English Language Games with Teacher Karlee! Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/englishlanguagegames And join in on the conversation... I would LOVE to know when and how you use these songs/games/activities with your kids and please share your variations and other ideas! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/englishlanguagegames Twitter: http://www.twitter/ESLchildren Website: http://www.EnglishLanguageGames.ORG Are you an ESL teacher looking for some fun English language games to use in your ESL beginners class? I was too a few years ago and I was all on my own so I started creating English teaching materials that would make learning English FUN and exciting Hi! My name is Karlee Demierre but my kids know me as "Teacher Karlee"! I'm Canadian but for the past 3 years I have been living in the cute tropical beach town of Trujillo, Honduras. In 2012, My husband and I miraculously created an English Language school in 2 weeks ...which I like to refer to it as "The Gongshow" (Read the story on my site: http://www.englishlanguagegames.org/english-language-games/dream-come-true/ ) I've now been teaching English as a Second Language full time for a year at my school and absolutely love it! I teach 2 year old kids all the way up to adults, from the very basics to beginner to intermediate. This all began because I had been teaching an ESL beginners class to kids in Trujillo, Honduras for 2 years. Most ESL children's classes have between 4 to 20 kids... well I threw myself in a classroom of 30 to 40 "untamed" pre-school and kindergarden kids! (just to prove my sanity... I even volunteered!!) With no curriculum, no lesson plans, no previous experience and no guidance, I was on my own diving into this fun adventure called teaching English as a Second Language! The best part was that during this "adventure of mine", I discovered that teaching kids was truly my life's passion! A few years ago, I started to search online to get some ideas and I soon discovered that there wasn't much available that would keep these kids engaged, encourage them to participate in class and overall really learn English. So I started creating English language games and other English teaching materials that would engage my kids, accelerate their learning and really make learning English FUN for them! My mission is that these English language games will spark participation and ignite learning in your ESL beginners class. My goal is to give you some English teaching materials that will make it easy for you to teach ESL children and make it FUN for the kids to learn English! So I'm setting out to share my JOY with the world and I hope these English teaching materials and other ideas I share will help bring more LAUGHTER and PARTICIPATION to your ESL children's class and all the kids you LOVE! ... keep PLAYING and LEARNING! Teacher Karlee :-)
Views: 32722 English Language Games

Pubg Forums Xbox Can Be Fun for Everyone

Pubg Forums Xbox - Dead or Alive?

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Pubg Forums Xbox Can Be Fun for Everyone

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