listening

This is a substitution drill, designed to help learners focus on and internalize particular constructions, such as the past tense. It can be done in a circle if desired.
A fun way to practice "there is" and "there are" and prepositional phrases.
Learners practice asking for and giving advice using the modals “should/shouldn’t” as well as giving quick warnings.

ECHO (Emergency and Community Health Outreach) is a local non-profit whose mission is to collaborate with diverse communities to deliver programs and services that help people be healthy, contribute, and succeed.

Help students develop and practice language related to consumer rights.
Give learners a structure within which they can reflect and develop language skills that allow them to express ideas in a safe environment, exchange opinions and arrive at conclusions.
Here's a fun way to practice "might" or "could."
There are times when the inability to produce a specific sound can interfere with successful communication. Here are some simple tools for tutors and teachers to use when working on sounds.
English language learners often have difficulty identifying the difference between open-ended and close-ended questions. Learn some strategies for helping them recognize the difference.
Four dogs
This activity gives students speaking and listening practice, as well as allowing them to discover their commonalities and unique qualities. Since some students may be uncomfortable telling falsehoods, something that is required if you play Three Truths and a False, why not try this variation?

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