Vocabulary Games and Activities (Repost)


Peter Watcyn, “Vocabulary Games and Activities ( English)”
Publisher: Books Ltd | 1999 | ISBN 0140813861 | PDF | 160 pages | 7.3 MB

*60 photocopiable activities requiring minimum preparation, including ice-breakers, quizzes, pair work, and much more *Organised according to level from Beginners to Advanced for ease of reference *Improved teaching notes, including preparation required, timing of activities and full answer keys *Most activities can be completed in 10-30 minutes.

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Grammar Games And Activities For Teachers

Grammar Games And Activities For Teachers

Grammar Games And Activities For Teachers
192 pages | Penguin UK (Aug 11 1995) | English | ISBN: 0140814590 | PDF | 6.3 MB

Grammar Games and Activities for Teachers is an invaluable source book by Peter Watcyn-Jones, the author of the best-selling TEST YOUR VOCABULARY series. It is divided into two parts: Part 1 gives detailed teacher’s notes for each activity, while Part 2 contains the various cards, handouts, etc. to be photocopied. There are 120 activities for teaching and revising grammar. These range from elementary to advanced and many contain material to be photocopied and mounted on card. They have been devised for pair work, group work and sometimes whole class activities and have been grouped into eleven main sections which include jigsaw reading, bingo and board games. Teachers are encouraged to adapt these activities to suit their own classroom situation. This book is an absolute gem for anyone taching EFL but particularly for those travelling around, as it contains games and activities which can be made at your teaching institution, rather than carrying lots and lots of boards and pieces etc. There is a clear index for items covered and activities cover all levels and each activity has the potential to be adapted for a level other than that for which it was designed.

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Games for Language Learning


Andrew Wright, Games for Language Learning (Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers)
Cambridge University Press | April 3, 2006 | ISBN: 0521618223 | Pages: 208 | PDF | 1.8MB

This third edition features many of the original games but has also been fully revised to include new games for the ELT classroom. The structure of the book has also been revised so that the games are now grouped in a more teacher-friendly format where teachers can search based on language and skill criteria rather than just game type.
The book is fabulous if you are eager to creat challenging classes. The book is clever-structured with lots of variations, so that you feel flexible and free in expanding the activities. It is devided into part according to the main spheres the actives are intended to develop, e.x. mainly speaking, reading, or listening. The first part includes warmers which are just wonderful.

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Math – Houghton Mifflin


Math
Houghton Mifflin | 2005 | ISBN: 0618338713 | Pages: 349 | PDF | 101MB

Whether you’re looking for a kindergarten math program, powerful intervention, or special resources to meet the diverse learning needs in your classroom, Houghton Mifflin really delivers. These dynamic, research-based mathematics materials provide comprehensive support to ensure math achievement, a strong focus on skill building, problem solving, and concepts mastery for every level of learning, and plenty of practice for every day mathematics and test-taking success.

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Messages 4


Diana Goodey, Messages 4
Cambridge University Press | October 23, 2006 | ISBN: 0521614392 | PDF, MP3 | 85.5MB

Messages is a four-level course for lower-secondary students. There are 6 modules of 2 units per level, each divided into 3 manageable steps. Clear aims and outcomes for each step mean students can put what they learn into practice immediately.
Each level of the course provides 80-90 hours of classwork with lots of recycling in regular four-page review sections. Level 1 assumes students have studied English at primary school, but gives full coverage of all basic language areas. The course takes students to an intermediate level by the end of Level 4.
Each unit of the Student’s Book is divided into 3 manageable steps with clear aims and outcomes. Students can see quick results through regular ‘Use what you know’ sections at the end of each step. ‘Life and culture’ sections provide rich reading material while stimulating students’ imaginations. There is a variety of exercises where students can work to their own level, making the course ideal for mixed ability classes. Coursework activities per module allow students to build up portfolios of work while online ‘Infoquests’ send students on a journey of discovery in English.

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Enterprise 4


Virginia Evans, Enterprise 4
Express Publishing | Date: N/A | ISBN: 1842168219 | PDF, DJVU | 144MB

Enterprise series is designed for learners of English at secondary level.
The Teacher´s Book providse step-by-step teaching notes, extra ideas for optional activities, a full key to the exercises in the Student´s Book and the Workbook, photocopiable assessment tests and the tapescripts of the listening exercises in the Student´s Book.
The Test Booklet contains photocopiable assessment tests as well as a mid-year and exit test allowing teachers to assess students´ progress throughout the course.
Grammar Book (Teacher’s edition) gives a full key to all exercises in Student’s Grammar Book.

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Grammar and Context An Advanced Resource Book


Ann Hewings, Martin Hewings, Grammar and Context An Advanced Resource Book
Routledge | 25th February 2005 | ISBN: 0415310819 | Pages: 360 | PDF | 1.5MB

Grammar and Context:
* considers how grammatical choices influence and are influenced by the context in which communication takes place
* examines the interaction of a wide variety of contexts – including socio-cultural, situational and global influences
* includes a range of different types of grammar – functional, pedagogic, descriptive and prescriptive
* explores grammatical features in a lively variety of communicative
contexts, such as advertising, dinner-table talk, email and political
speeches
* gathers together influential readings from key names in the
discipline, including: David Crystal, M.A.K. Halliday, Joanna
Thornborrow, Ken Hyland and Stephen Levey.

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