Learning English – Grammar, Vocabulary & Pronunciation – Child’s play

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It’s so easy a child could do it! Go back to your school days with Today’s Phrase. Today’s Phrase: 21 January 2014 (#ELT Is learning English ‘child’s play’?

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“Speakout” by Pearson Longman

In this link you can find Speakout, a comprehensive six level general English course that helps adult learners gain confidence in all skill areas using authentic materials from the BBC. It has a wide range of support material for a variety of teaching situations.Image It is developed in association with BBC Worldwide and BBC Learning English

A Juniors I

After almost 2 months I realised that my A juniors (aged 7-10 years old) needed me to do something like this in class!

I can’t draw almost anything but last week I found myself coming up with incredible drawing ideas!

When a little student told me that the letter “Hh” is still difficult for him to learn, remember and use it in a word, I started drawing a hat with the students giving me advice on HOW to draw it, because this was a difficult task for me! So, all together we started to draw the word “hat” in the hat. Everyone found it fantastic. We “played” with the letters trying to fit them in the hat!


Tomorrow, I have promised them that I will bring flour and write words in a big bowl full of flour using our finger!! I will definitely keep you updated!!