This twitter account from Katie Toppel has some brilliant ideas – many for primary level – but general ones as well.
Brilliant and fun activities for exploring personality adjectives.
This article from heads up English reinforces the importance of building and revisiting language.
When you have a few minutes to spare, there are some useful activities here to build your grammar skills.
To link with the session we are running on Thursday, here are a couple of useful links. There’s a lot activities that can be used to teach vocabulary. Over the next few months, we’ll aim to share the most effective of these.
great use of a range of resources – especially visual. This would be a brilliant resource for all students – not only ELT.
This is a brilliant unit with a range of activities to build vocabulary as well as sentence use in EAL learners. The template makes it easy to adapt other units.
This site is great for the holidays with a range of activities to build all your English skills. They don’t take too long and will really give your vocabulary understanding a boost.
Sometimes it’s the little things that help our learning. Grammar bites on the British Council site has short clips and exercises to help with grammar and vocabulary. Use it as a short break from Homework or Facebook games!
We have talked about the importance of listening as well as using current events to develop vocabulary and ideas. The Pearl report last week focused on Elite athletes – the same topic as the guided practice for Form 4 in Chapter 5. You should try to watch and review relevant episodes of this show. These shows are only available on line for a limited time so make sure you watch them. Note relevant phrases and expressions that you may find useful.