Category Archives: ESL
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Your students can prepare this in writing lessons after studying grammar on can/can’t. Submitted By: Emel Kakmaci Have students describe their superhero by using “can” and “can’t” to tell what they can do.
From onlinecollegecourses.com August 27th, 2012 by Staff Writers English language learners fall into two categories — native speakers and those pursuing it via ESL/EFL instruction (or self-instruction!). But both demographics can build up their skills, no matter their age or … Continue reading
From bestcollegesonline.com Posted on Monday April 30, 2012 by Staff Writers English’s bizarre turns of phrases and seemingly boundless tendency toward exceptions to rules intimidates even native speakers, so one must hold sympathy for those learning it in a secondary … Continue reading
Submitted by Mallory G. Have students write a letter to their mom or dad telling them why they love them, or whatever Valentine writing you assign on a heart shaped paper. Glue to a red or pink background and decorate.
I Like Christmas Because- Christmas writing lesson for elementary, Christmas art lesson for elementary, and Christmas bulletin board
“I like Christmas because…..” Students do a writing assignment (using your criteria) based on that prompt. Make writings into decorative Christmas ornaments and hang. “Like” teachertime123 on facebook here.
Please Write on Your Table- encouraging students to write; great for reluctant writers and ELL students
Please Write on Your Table Kristina Peters – ELL Teacher Omaha, NE I recently read a blog post that involved letting students write around the room, literally. The teacher created numerous opportunities for students to write on various surfaces with … Continue reading
Submitted by Karen M Karen asks her students for Thanksgiving recipes. Try this anytime of year! Younger students can dictate, slightly older students can write them out and illustrate. Enjoy! “Like” Teachertime123 on Facebook KINDERGARTEN THANKSGIVING RECIPES 2011 TURKEY: You … Continue reading
Students of all ages seem to love this game. I have seen it played in as young as 1st grade classrooms. This is a fast-moving game that keeps the attention of students. They are also motivated to study their Spelling … Continue reading
From makingfriends.com Makes a beautiful bulletin board display for you class or Sunday school room You need: Golden Leaf Frames Card Stock in Autumn Colors Scissors Glue Stick Pencil Fine Point Marker Instructions: Gently punch out inner sections of leaves. … Continue reading
NiceTranslator is a fast, easy to use online translator designed with simplicity and functionality in mind. Being powered by Google Translation API, allowed the development to be focused on usability rather than hard coding. The interface is neat and straight … Continue reading
Scribblitt describes themselves as a “launch pad for creativity where kids grab an idea, and using tools provided and collaboration with other kids, teachers, writers and publishers, take it where they want to go, making their own characters, story and … Continue reading
Sing to the tune of “The Macarena” and hand actions to “The Macarena” January, February, March, and April, May, June, July, and August, September, October, November, and December Hey, months of the year!