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  • ESL Worksheet of the day

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    This test is all about school. First students read 3 opinions about school and do 3 tasks. Then they practice vocabulary (a timetable + school rules). Grammar is on the PAST SIMPLE. Finally there is a writing section. Key included.
  • ESL Powerpoint of the day

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    Presentation for ESL students to learn and practise some of the basic phrasal verbs.
    Each phrasal verb is accomplanied by a picture and a synonym for better understanding.
  • ESL Teaching tip of the day

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    Having fun with limericks A limerick is a humorous verse of five lines, in which the first, second and fifth lines rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth lines, which are shorter, form a rhymed couplet. Therefore, the rhyming is AABBA. Though thought to be Irish, the origin of the limerick is unknown. However, the form acquired widespread popularity in the early years of the 20th century, and limerick contests were often held. Limericks are fun because they do not have to make sense. Children can use www.rhymezone.com to find a variety of words that rhyme with each other.



    Making up limericks is fun, quick to do, gets children into poetry, gets them to use the computer for research purposes, helps them socialize, helps them speak in front of their peers (everyone will laugh at everyone else's work), and creates classroom dynamics. Here are a couple of examples I made up in just a few minutes (as I said they can be non-sense.



    There was a young man from Japan,
    Whose favourite words were “I can”.
    So he built a big boat
    But it just wouldn’t float
    And...

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