This is the latest one available in TPT, where you can follow me here. There are about 8 pages total, and it is all about emojis and emotions. Touches on ABC order, emotions, function/notion, TPR and more.
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 practice
BUSUU- 10 minute practice in any L2
CoffeeStrap -Virtual coffeehouse for L2 learners
Lingoglobe – L2 language community
ESOL GACE test practice
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 part of an answer I provided @Enotes.com Should you teach grammar with L2, or just "go with the flow?" That is the question! The universal consensus is that you should teach any foreign language completely, along with its rules, meanings, proper and ethical usage. The rationale behind this is that language is never... Continue Reading →
Check out what's new at TPT and TES! Bilingual resource where kids will do character traits, inferences, and much more. Last project will be making their own museum. Pretty cool. 12 pages with Key, check it out! Before... After...