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Listen Up 3 - New Edition: Teaching Material
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Listen Up 3 - New Edition: Teaching MaterialListen Up is a fun and easy 3-level listening course for lower-elementary aged learners of English. In each lesson, colorful characters excite and guide young learners through fun and interesting listening activities. A carefully designed syllabus provides an appropriate structure to allow students to build up their basic listening skills and comprehension. Each Listen Up book has 16 core units and four review units.


 
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More Than a Word Cloud
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More Than a Word CloudMore Than a Word Cloud

Word cloud generating applications were originally designed to add visual attractiveness to posters, websites, slide show presentations, and the like. They can also be an effective tool in reading and writing classes in English as a second language (ESL) for all levels of English proficiency. They can reduce reading time and help to improve writing skills and vocabulary comprehension. They can also be used to address elements of rhetoric in students’ essays and instructors’ assignment descriptions and syllabi. Word clouds can be used as a visual aid to present new vocabulary and a study tool for quizzes...
 
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Phonics Show 2 - Short Vowels: Teaching Material
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Phonics Show 2 - Short Vowels: Teaching MaterialPhonics Show is a four-level phonics series designed for kindergarteners. This series adopts a balanced approach in which young learners build phonemic awareness, phonics, oral language, decoding skills, vocabulary, and comprehension. Each unit includes fun songs and chants, interesting illustrations, and various activities. 

Teacher's Guide - Flashcards -  Tests - Keys

 
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Lynda - Learn to Write a Syllabus
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Lynda - Learn to Write a Syllabus

A syllabus should clearly communicate the scope and requirements of a course to students. It must be carefully crafted and organized, and accurately set expectations around course participation, assignments, and grading—all while meeting the specific requirements of your institution. Learn how to set up your students and your class for success by writing a well-organized and complete syllabus. Author Karl Kapp walks teachers through the various sections of a common syllabus, with best practices for making the syllabus a more valuable tool in any class.
 
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Seeing, Believing, and Learning to Be Skeptical: Supporting Language Learning Through Advertising Analysis Activities
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Seeing, Believing, and Learning to Be Skeptical: Supporting Language Learning Through Advertising Analysis ActivitiesSeeing, Believing, and Learning to Be Skeptical: Supporting Language Learning Through Advertising Analysis Activities

In this study, the researchers focus on four instructional practices used by the participating teacher, which rely on strategies for applying critical questions to analyze advertising: the cloze technique, the question generation approach, practice in analyzing ads using critical questions in class discussion, and a collaborative online writing activity resulting in the creation of a multiparagraph multimedia document. These activities provided a meaningful opportunity for students to practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in English while supporting the development of abstract thinking, balancing the learning of new academic language and cultural knowledge...
 
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Subject Link L6: Teaching Material
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Subject Link L6: Teaching MaterialSubject Link is a nine-level curriculum integration reading program for high-beginner to high-intermediate students. The series’ theme-based curriculum helps students to improve their language abilities and also acquire new knowledge from the interesting content presented in each of the passages. With multiple lessons for each theme, Subject Link allows students to develop a greater understanding of the curriculum and broaden the context of their learning beyond single subject areas.
 
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Raising Critical Consciousness via Creative Writing in the EFL Classroom
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Raising Critical Consciousness via Creative Writing in the EFL ClassroomRaising Critical Consciousness via Creative Writing in the EFL Classroom

This study discusses a method to promote raising critical consciousness in the English as a foreign language (EFL) classroom through creative writing activities by getting students write journals and/or personal letters from the perspective of individuals from outside groups that have been marginalized or vilified in the students' dominant culture.

These activities are intended to encourage students to adopt new perspectives on polarizing topics while also being an enjoyable and effective means to practice English writing. Furthermore, it is recommended that these activities also be used to serve as segues to deeper critical discourse on related issues.
 
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