For many students, presenting their own ideas and discussing issues have not been significant in their first language education. This workbook has been developed to help teachers address this challenge.
Writing is a complex process for all students. However, for those students whose first language is not English, there are even greater complexities. The ESL/ESOL student is required not only to focus on grammar and structure but also to express interesting and creative ideas. For many students, presenting their own ideas and discussing issues have not been significant in their first language education. This workbook has been developed to help teachers address this challenge.
The Writing Workbook uses:
• Strategies to generate ideas.
• Writing models to illustrate genre, grammar points, register, sentence and paragraph structure, and linking techniques.
• Strategies to encourage drafting and self-checking.
Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary)
A4 Photocopiable Teacher Resource Book – 52 Pages (B/W)
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The English Language Essentials series offers a wide range of resources for ESOL teachers and teacher aides – it is especially helpful for teachers who are new to ESOL or don’t have time to plan a lesson. Teachers with English-speaking students who are less confident with English grammar will also find many of the activities helpful.
A structured learning programme for students who have a language background other than English.
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Each book in the Reading Dialogues series contains a series of ‘dialogues’ or short plays which are intended to be read aloud in small groups, and then discussed. The dialogues are tailored to different language levels in both books and are interesting, challenging and above all, fun.
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This ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) resource provides both written and oral exercises that are designed to provide natural learning experiences to expand and extend English vocabulary.
The 50 crosswords and word searches in this photocopiable book provide new speakers of English with opportunities to practise and reinforce new words and phrases.
Studentspeak is a New Zealand resource and draws on the stories of 8 teenage international students to provide a basis for a range of ESOL learning activities.
This is a collection of activities that help to promote oral language in students who are very new to English.
This children’s book is a story of bravery and of believing in who you are – Darcy the Brave shows that sometimes to show the greatest courage you need to forget about battling dragons and monsters and face the fears that no one else can see.
Written by playwright, Susan Battye, the Dramatic Shorts: An Anthology of Plays series focuses on a collection of short stage plays that can be easily staged in a school or drama club setting. This progressive series is packed with activities that will encourage teenage students of English and Drama to read, present and respond to plays
These enchanting 15-minute drama games allow children and teachers to visit and explore imaginary worlds, while at the same time providing robust and energetic physical activities as a complement to the existing academic classroom programme.
This resource is designed to assist practitioners to establish a workable programme for children from birth to 2 years.
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