Legfrissebb linkek az angol tanuláshoz!

Angol nyelvtan

5 perc angol

https://www.brainpickings.org/2013/11/13/open-university-history-of-the-english-language-animated/

https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/animal-colouring-pages

https://www.englishpage.com/index.html

Word clouds! Try and make your own!

If You’re interested in making a puzzle out of your essay, article or whatever written creation You have in mind…check this one out!

These links are going to be your favorite choice of creativity from now on! 😉

Ways of introducing new language by Jeremy Harmer!

Situations

Situations are extremely useful for introducing language at lower levels. We can teach the will future with an imaginary visit to a fortune teller ( the fortune teller can say You will meet a handsome stranger, etc.).

Stories

Stories can be used to contextualise new language. We can tell stories about our own lives and experiences to contextualise new language. We can get our students to tell stories about their lives (where appropriate) and use these stories to introduce and explain the language that the students need. Students can also read stories or listen to them on an audio track.

Dialogues

Dialogues can be used to introduce language. At pre-intermediate level, for example, we can draw two faces on the board (or show two people on the screen). We can then pretend to be each of the characters, one by one. We can stand in front of each picture in turn and elicit a dialogue. We will need to use mime, gestures and exaggerated intonation so that students can understand what is happening.

Texts

Many teachers get their students to meet new language in texts; they read (or listen to) a text and then study some of the language they find there.

Pictures, objects and mime

Even in a technological age, teachers still need to be able to draw a quick pictures and diagrams when they are needed. For example, we can show pictures of people getting off, onto, out of, into cars, buses, etc. We can draw happy and sad faces, or rain or snow. But we can mime these things, too, just as we can mime people having a shower, making a cup of coffee or frying an egg.

Learning by doing

Learning by doing is especially useful for students at low levels. Using gestures and movement, we can get our students to follow instructions such as Stand up! Sit down! Go to the window! Open the window! etc. They can start giving instructions themselves…

https://jeremyharmer.wordpress.com/essential-teacher-knowledge/

Panta rei

Just because you left school years ago, doesn’t mean your learning days are over.

Just because you live in a remote village, doesn’t mean education has to be inaccessible.

Just because you’re good with numbers, doesn’t mean you are one.

Whoever you are, wherever you are, learning is the best thing you can do to improve yourself.

And the best thing twe can do to improve learning is to shape it around you, to make it work harder for you, to make it fit.

Tips for the future

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If you thought learning was confined to the classroom, think again.

If you assumed it was always found in a book, open your mind.

It’s not simply the business of childhood, nor is it the property of intellectuals and institutions.

It’s living and breathing in every one of us.

We believe in learning.

All kinds of learning for all kinds of people, delivered in a personal style.

We believe in its power to change lives, to open doors, to break down barriers, build societies, and offer hope and possibility.

Because wherever learning flourishes, so do people.

Smart kid in class. Happy child against blackboard. Back to school. Education. Knowledge is power concept