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Isabelle Jones

My Languages: Parallel Reading with the Parallel Books app-A Way into Literature and Tr... - 5 views

Vernon Fowler

Road to IELTS - City of Melbourne - 3 views

    "MLS is proud to offer library members an online IELTS preparation course designed by the British Council: Road to IELTS. "
Vernon Fowler

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Vernon Fowler

News in Levels - How to Use - 8 views

    "Hello students, We want to tell you something about News in Levels. We write news in three levels of English. You can learn English very fast when you use News in Levels every day. How? It is simple. We repeat the same words in one level again and again. So, when you read and listen to our news every day, after 2 or 3 or 4 months, you will understand all the words in one level. Then it is time for you to go one level higher and do the same. After one year, you can understand people who speak English and you can know 3000 most important words in English. At News in Levels, you can learn English naturally and fast."
Yuly Asencion

ZooBurst - 1 views

    ZooBurst is a digital storytelling tool that lets anyone easily create his or her own 3D pop-up books.
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An Integrated Approach to Teaching Literature in the EFL Classroom (I-TESL-J) - 2 views

  • This article describes various approaches to teaching literature and provides a rationale for an integrated approach to teaching literature in the language classroom based on the premise that literature is language and language can indeed be literary.
  • the use of literature in the EFL classroom can provide a powerful pedagogic tool in learners’ linguistic development.
  • As teachers of English as a Foreign Language our main concern is to help learners acquire communicative competence. For this reason we tend to focus on teaching standard forms of linguistic expression
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  • Such an approach enables learners to access a text in a systematic and methodical way in order to exemplify specific linguistic features e.g. literal and figurative language, direct and indirect speech.
  • Apart from offering a distinct literary world which can widen learners’ understanding of their own and other cultures, it can create opportunities for personal expression as well as reinforce learners’ knowledge of lexical and grammatical structure.
  • The use of literary texts in the language classroom can be a potentially powerful pedagogic tool.
Dominic Cole

Google News Timeline - 0 views

    Neat tool to view different news stories on a related topic
Michael Stout

Simple English News - Improve your English by reading and listening - 1 views

    Via the The English Blog
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