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    Hi!!

    I've been asked to distribute this survey about bilingualism. The team are making a great effort to raise awareness about how important bilingual education is nowadays. As language teachers, it'd be great if you could take part in the survey. If you could also distribute it among your friends, colleagues and acquaintances, it'd be extraordinary: the more people who give their opinion, the more significant and useful will be the results of the study.

    Thank you in advance in name of the team and in my own name (I'm a great supporter of bilingual education myself!!).

    Español: https://test149.typeform.com/to/LcG4OZ

    English: https://test149.typeform.com/to/gDcuuq

    And... Happy Valentine's!!!
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    Hi!!

    I've been asked to distribute this survey about bilingualism. The team are making a great effort to raise awareness about how important bilingual education is nowadays. As language teachers, it'd be great if you could take part in the survey. If you could also distribute it among your friends, colleagues and acquaintances, it'd be extraordinary: the more people who give their opinion, the more significant and useful will be the results of the study.

    Thank you in advance in name of the team and in my own name (I'm a great supporter...
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    Here you have an oral presentation rubric (assessing both delivery and content) and a lesson plan to flip your speaking classroom through the use of PBL.
    Hope you find it useful!
    :-)
  • Ms. Teacher's avatar
    Boost the brain power of your students so they can learn a foreign language better: fill your class with music!!
    :-)
  • Mrs. Sutherland's avatar
    Anyone taught the novel The kidnapping of Christine Lattimore??
  • Ms. Teacher's avatar
    I have prepare a short video for my students with a few tips on how to make presentations effective and memorable.
    Hope you find it useful.
    :-)
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    With Xmas approaching, we tend to visit the supermarket more often... What should we include in our trolley?

    Here's a multiple choice listening I have prepared for my C1 students. We'll be talking about superfoods and GM food next week.

    As usual, hope you find it useful,
    ;-)
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    Kindly let me know the answer to this question:
    Which of the following sentence is a Simple sentence?
    A. You were deaf and I thought so B. I thought of you as deaf
    C. I thought you were deaf D. I thought that you were deaf
    • Ms. Mapelli - The first one is compound. The second one is SVOC, and simple. The last two are the same because you can drop the relative pronoun "that" when it functions as object. They are SVO and simple too.

      • Nov 30, 2014
    • Ms. Teacher - Exactly!
      The first one is a coordinated sentence so both parts have the status of main sentences:
      A. (You were deaf) AND (I though so.)
      As Ms Mapelli says, the second one is a simple sentence with the subject and the verb followed by a prepositional object (of you) and an adjunct of manner (as deaf).
      And C and D are instances of the main clause being complemented by a relative clause in which the pronoun functions as object. So it follows this structure:
      S+V+C [relative clause ( object pronoun + subject + verb + complement)]
      BTW, yesterday night
      more...
      • Nov 30, 2014
    • Ms. Khira - Thank you Ms Mapelli and Ms Teacher. :)

      • Dec 3, 2014
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English Out There social learning, social media ESL materials took 7 years and 250,000 hours of teaching to develop. 6 levels+ Chi, Jp, Kor, Rus and Spn versions. So you can teach EOT to your students, then connect with another class on Edmodo for real focused speaking practice using Voice Thread, Skype or G+. There's an app in the app store too! We were one of the top 10 uses of social media for teaching language in the EU in 2011.

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