Wonderful World is an innovative six-level course for primary school children. It brings the world of English language learning to life through fun stories, breathtaking images and fascinating facts which will engage and entertain your learners, as they find out about the world around them. It incorporates: Stunning National Geographic photography Texts inspired by Nationla Geographic content Authentic National Geograohic DVD material.
Educator.com &amp;ndash; English Grammar with Rebekah
Rebekah Hendershot makes learning English Grammar fun for both the native speaker improving their writing or for English learners working on the basics. Rebekah begins with explanations of grammar concepts, then dives into detail with examples from pop culture and classic literature, before ending lessons with hands-on examples in useful contexts. Rebekah utilizes her Master’s of Professional Writing from the University of Southern California as well as her experience teaching and editing under her own company from 2006. Her course covers everything from the parts of speech, tenses, troublesome verbs, parallelism, and idioms.
Educator.com &amp;amp;amp;ndash; English Composition with Joel GonzagaIn his English Composition course, Joel Gonzaga helps you write better, whether you are a fledgling writer or experienced wordsmith. Joel’s style reflects his years of experience teaching both native English speakers as well as a year abroad working with ESL students. In the course, Joel covers all aspects of essay writing, from things to read, brainstorming, researching, critical thinking, to rhetoric. Lessons come with assignments to help students solidify the latest lessons, as well as downloadable sample essays for comparison.
Disney Educational - BN- Bill Nye The Science Guy: Pressure
Keeping students' attention can be a challenging feat, as many parents and educators know. Bill Nye brings out every trick in the book to get kids interested in scientific concepts, and his successful strategies can be seen in each episode of the Bill Nye the Science Guy series. In Bill Nye the Science Guy: Pressure, Nye goes scuba diving to show students the concept of underwater pressure. He also journeys to Hoover Dam and wields a jackhammer to check out more about pressure.
Word on the Street is an exciting new English Language teaching programme co-produced by the BBC and the British Council. Word on the Street looks at how English works in everyday life and presents lively aspects of young British culture. Each half hour episode is filmed in a different place in the UK and features drama, interviews and reports to help you improve your English language skills.