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This unit is about classroom activities that will help your students to speak independently in English.
A tool for teaching English as an Additional Language while providing nutrition information.
This game has students describe their opinions and feelings.
This game has students describe what someone does in different situations.
This reading explores emergent literacy in young English-language learners.
This book introduces the Waldorf approach to literacy teaching.
Acquire basic knowledge of the main differences between languages and of the main difficulties plurilingual individuals may encounter, due to the differences between the languages previously acquired and the languages to be acquired.
This resource outlines a course on the theory and applied use of critical thinking principles and practices in the EFL classroom.
This resource discusses consciousness-raising tasks in language learning.
In this unit you will look at techniques that you can use to help students to become independent readers, particularly when reading silently on their own.
In this unit, you will be introduced to activities that you can do with students to develop their confidence when speaking English and make speaking English easier for them.
This lesson will help you to understand how you can use different types of speaking activities to get your students talking.
This module instructs teachers on teaching speaking and listening to primary students.
This resource provides tips for teaching listening, speaking and grammar to non-native English speakers.
This resource suggests several different ways to teach and reinforce vocabulary.
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The Darakht-e Danesh Library PO Box 86016 Marda Loop, Calgary, AB T2T 6B7