FACT: Students detest them. Teachers detest them. Sometimes they feel like teaching multiplication tables. This unit will bring the love back. I promise. Check it out All prepositions in English and Spanish are posted along with activities. 12 pages total.
Here are the posters (3 of 8) This is a set of 8 - To get yours,visit my teacher store! For the gallery: Visit: http://www.classtools.net/3D/201509_RBbgJk Classtools.net is a site by Russell Tarr. Absolute fave.
Here's a list of places to go and chat with people who want to speak to others in a different language for about 10 minutes per day. As I always say, always keep your personal info to yourself, and go have a great time! ToonDoo! Best for dialogues!- Can't say enough good things! Speaky.Com -Chatroom based... Continue Reading →
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is given to students who have not graduated from a US High School, or have attended a non-US college, and are interested in pursuing Higher Ed studies in the United States.
This is the breakdown of the test
|Listening||30 to 50||40
to 60 minutes
|adaptive||short conversationslong conversations
|Structure||20 to 25||15
to 20 minutes
|Reading||44 to 60||70
to 90 minutes
one best answer
click on text
|Writing||1||30 minutes||non-adaptive||a topic given to you|
A typical graduate program that is competitive would want to see a score of over 600 under the new scoring system, although anywhere from 400-550 is also acceptable.
Here are some awesome free practice sites for the TOEFL test that are sure to help you succeed. Click on the links and get instant access to them!
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This is the latest resource I added to my TES shop. There are, I think, 14 pages on this one, but do not get mad if it is less. Notice that they are all differentiated k-1, 2-3 and 4-5 All of my resources are made with the Wixie and Pixie authoring tool.
Remember these resources? https://padlet.com/msoesl/ef9zia1ybugi Not long ago, I posted about how I keep my resources saved and stored in my Padlets. Check them out now if you want! ❤️ I got you some extra ESL ❤️ Here are MORE ESL practice sites that can help you in every standard area of life. The ROBOT! THE... Continue Reading →
What Is Padlet? Padlet is, according to the site, a virtual wall. It is like a micro organizer, cataloguer or pinner. It is a "Pinterest of words and links and stuff." I cannot explain it. For sure, I can tell you that it is free to use and it is super flexible. You can get... Continue Reading →
This is a quick share of my favorite tools for tildes , accents and even symbols for currency. #1 The TYPEIT program works off and online and includes the IPA or International Phonetic Alphabet. TypeIt will select, copy/paste the letter that you need. #2 StudySpanish.com is also very helpful and simple to use. #3 Starr.Net helps a lot... Continue Reading →
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is given to students who have not graduated from a US High School, or have attended a non-US college, and are interested in pursuing Higher Ed studies in the United States. This is the breakdown of the test Listening 30 to 50 40 to 60 minutes adaptive short... Continue Reading →