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12 Simple Tricks To Make Writing Fun

12 Simple Tricks To Make Writing Fun

If your students are struggling to write or they just lack inspiration, maybe it’s time to inject your writing lessons with a little fun. These activities are great for getting students excited about writing and then helping them get the words on the page. How many of them have you tried with your studetns? Try These 12 Simple Tricks to Make Writing Fun 1 Use Stickers You don’t have ...
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Native Speakers Are Told To Avoid This In Their Writing, But Your Students Need To Know And Practice It Anyway

Native Speakers Are Told To Avoid This In Their Writing, But Your Students Need To Know And Practice It Anyway

The passive voice may be something native speakers are told to avoid in their writing, but it’s an area of grammar ESL students need to study and practice. Here are some exercises that you can do with your ESL class to give them practice using the passive voice. Here's How You Can Practice Passive Voice Expertly 1 Who Did It? If you have access to a computer lab, set your students on thi ...
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'Adjective Dance Revolution' And 5 Other Activities For Practicing Adjectives And Adverbs

'Adjective Dance Revolution' And 5 Other Activities For Practicing Adjectives And Adverbs

Are you teaching beginning level students how to speak with style, that is, how to include adjectives and adverbs in their speech and writing? Here are some fun and sometimes fanciful activities that will get your students in the adjective/adverb mood. Help Yours Students Use Adjectives and Adverbs Generously 1 Silly Sentences Are your students writing simple but boring sentences? Are you enco ...
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'Letter Me This' And 5 Other Reading Response Activities For Your ESL Students

'Letter Me This' And 5 Other Reading Response Activities For Your ESL Students

If your students have turned the last page in their book, they are bound to have a great sense of accomplishment. After all, learning a second language well enough to read fifty or more pages really is a big deal. But now what? What should those same students do to respond to what they have written? Here are some ideas for reading responses to both fiction and nonfiction for your ESL students. How To ...
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Please Have A Seat: How To Set Boundaries In Your Classroom

Please Have A Seat: How To Set Boundaries In Your Classroom

Boundaries can be defined as where I leave off and others begin. A boundary is where I can claim some personal item, space or mental process as mine. Boundaries have long been a problem in the high school or college classroom as young adults may have little understanding of adult boundaries as they have just begun to navigate the adult world. Different understandings of boundaries exist across cultures ...
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