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A 10 minute intro to Lunchtime Business English Lessons

A 10 minute intro to Lunchtime Business English Lessons This book is for any Business English teachers currently or interested in giving lessons at lunchtime. It covers the ingredients of a lesson, how to use technology, activities and describes several useful websites. There are also 2 sample lessons.

The 10 minute intro to series is designed to give you a quick practical guide to various aspects of Business English Teaching.



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Fifty Ways to Teach Vocabulary: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers

Fifty Ways to Teach Vocabulary: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers Without grammar, you can't say much; but without vocabulary, you can't say anything.

Vocabulary is the foundation of successful language learning. ESL/EFL learners need to be familiar with a great many words if they want to read, write, listen, or speak with ease. In addition to the sheer number of words and phrases students need to learn, what makes vocabulary acquisition so tricky is that one “pass” is never enough. In order to really “know” a word, learners need to know, among other things, how to spell it, how to pronounce it, what other words it collocates with, what prefixes and suffixes it takes, what grammatical patterns it fits with, and what positive or negative associations it may have.

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Mind your Waste – Lessons in Digital Literacy

Mind your Waste – Lessons in Digital Literacy In this lesson students will explore their attitudes to buying clothes and find out about the costs and environmental impact of producing clothes.


They will do this by studying an infographic about the USAgain clothes recycling project, discussing the content and implications of the graphic and researching some of the background to the problem.

The materials in this plan can be used in different ways. The first four tasks of the plan can be used independently as a simple reading and discussion class. The last three research tasks can be used individually as follow up tasks or you could use all three. These tasks are likely to take longer and could be set as homework or independent study tasks.

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99 Fast Ways to Improve your English

99 Fast Ways to Improve your English 99 Fast Ways to Improve your English

[This is a student resource book, but also excellent for teachers]
Do you want to improve your English quickly?
Would you like a FAST 100% improvement?
Are you tired of studying things that don’t REALLY HELP?
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A 10 minute intro to Telephone Business English

A 10 minute intro to Telephone Business English This short ebook is for Business English teachers interested in telephone lessons. It gives an explanation of the basics of Telephone Business English, how it compares to online teaching, types of courses and lesson structure. There are also tips and 2 sample lessons.

The 10 minute intro to series is designed to give you a quick practical guide to various aspects of Business English Teaching.



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Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2) Step out of your ELT comfort zone by trying some PARSNIP lessons. This ebook has 7 lesson plans for ELT teachers that cover Politics, Alcohol, Religion, Sex, Narcotics, Isms and Pork in an engaging and enjoyable style. Written by Rob Howard, Noreen Lam, David Petrie, Adam Simpson, Mike Smith, T. Veigga and Phil Wade. Less
If you’ve already downloaded volume 1 of our series Parsnips in ELT, then you’ll already have an idea of what this book is about. The PARSNIP is, as many of you will know, a reference to all those topics that are commonly left out of the standard ELT coursebook: Politics, Alcohol, Religion, Sex, Narcotics, -Isms, Pork. Written by, Rob Howard, Noreen Lam, David Petrie, Adam Simpson, Mike Smith, T. Veigga and Phil Wade, this ebook has 7 lesson plans for ELT teachers that cover Politics, Alcohol, Religion, Sex, Narcotics, Isms and Pork in an engaging and enjoyable style.

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Fifty Ways to Teach Writing: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers

Fifty Ways to Teach Writing: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers Writing ought to be the easiest of the four skills for students of English as a Second or Foreign Language. Unlike listening and reading, the students control all the words. Unlike speaking, the students can go back, check their work, revise it, and resubmit it. It should then follow that writing would be one of the most popular courses to teach. Yet teachers never say, “I can’t wait till I get tenure, so I can teach some of those composition classes of 35 students.”

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Preview The Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People – Lessons in Digital Literacy

Preview The Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People – Lessons in Digital Literacy This lesson encourages students to think about their attitudes to wealth and the link between success and positive habit formation. It also helps them to question and explore the validity of online information.

The aims of the lesson are:
-To develop students' critical thinking skills
-To help students explore and articulate their opinions.
-To help students understand and evaluate statistical information.
-To develop students' abilities to check and evaluate the credibility of information.
-To help students develop their abilities to carry out online factual research.
-To help students develop the ability to synergise information from a range of sources and formulate written arguments around that information

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How to Teach TOEFL, IELTS and TOEIC

How to Teach TOEFL, IELTS and TOEIC How to Teach TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC and other Standardized Examinations
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This eBook is a fast and easy step-by-step guide to teaching standardized tests that will help your students get admitted to university programs and improve their job prospects.
This book is designed for teachers who have little or no experience teaching the TOEFL, IELTS or TOEIC courses.

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A 10 minute intro to Dogme Business English

A 10 minute intro to Dogme Business English This book is for any Business English teacher interested in Dogme. It covers how to get to know your student, lesson formats and provides some ideas about using materials. There are also a lot of tips and 2 sample lessons.

The 10 minute intro to series is designed to give you a quick practical guide to various aspects of Business English Teaching.




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Teach Reflect Develop: A Month of Reflective Teaching Activities

Teach Reflect Develop: A Month of Reflective Teaching Activities This ebook contains 20 5-minute reflective ideas to help you process your last lesson or lessons. There are 20 so that you can do 1 every teaching day for a month. The 4 units focus on You (the teacher), Them (the students), the Lesson and finally the Content.

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Fifty Ways to Teach Young Learners: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers

Fifty Ways to Teach Young Learners: Tips for ESL/EFL Teachers Teaching English as a second or foreign language is full of challenges: How do you hold students' interest? How do you ensure that they get enough practice to really learn? Teaching young learners--children--presents unique challenges. Teachers are often looking for age- and level-appropriate activities.

This book presents ideas and techniques appropriate for young learners, divided into sections for Vocabulary; TPR, Songs, and Chants; Flashcards; Grammar; Combination Activities; and Holidays. Several of the activities are illustrated with photographs from the instructor's own classroom.

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The History of Weddings – Lessons in Digital Literacy

The History of Weddings – Lessons in Digital Literacy This lesson is based on an infographic about weddings, their history and some related customs and practices.

In the lesson students will explore their opinions of weddings and marriage and discover some new information about the origins of various customs.


There are also four online research tasks which encourage students to develop a range of digital literacies including checking sources, checking the validity of information and researching new information and building infographics around it. You can choose one for your students to do or if you prefer get them to do all four.

You could also split your class into four and get one group to do each task and then share their findings.
The final task is a social research task that encourages students to create their own questionnaire to explore the attitudes of their social media contacts after which they produce an infographic from the results.

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