All Blog Posts Tagged 'lesson' (14)


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Writing Challenge: the Great Lesson I got in 2018

2018 was a great year to me. Many things happened as changes in my life. Not all of them were good. But somehow there is a great lesson to me.

The big thing was when I changed my phone number due to the broken sim card, my friends thought that I wanted to vanish from their world. lol. [please leave it, it isn't the main thing :D]. This is how I know who the real friend is. In friendship, I always say "do not make a gap among friends". Yes, why? When you have only two…

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Added by Onee-chan on December 31, 2018 at 14:00 — 12 Comments

My Happy Ending

If you are happy why worry about what others think..Do what makes you happy not what makes them happy..If they know you are happy, they should be happy for you. Who do you love the most? Is it God first or your family? Share what sacrifices you've done for your closest friend and family. For me, I…
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Added by Rina Evalinde on November 17, 2016 at 1:17 — 8 Comments

Free Group Conversation Class, this Saturday!

Hi English Clubbers!

 I am hosting a free, group conversation lesson this Saturday at 5pm(PDT) (Sunday for some of you, check out the time conversion). Space is limited, and there are about 3 spots left. If you are interested, send an e-mail to:  convo@englishoutsidethebox.com and I will send you the link and necessary information to join our call!

  See you then!

Jennifer

Added by Jennifer on April 30, 2015 at 15:58 — No Comments

FREE 1 hour Conversation Lesson GIVEAWAY

Interested in practicing your conversation online?

Want a FREE SKYPE Lesson?

In honor of my 100th blog post over on my learning blog: Jen's ESL Blog (www.jenesl760.com) and Thanksgiving, and Free Friday, and soo much more... I am offering…

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Added by Jennifer on November 29, 2014 at 1:06 — 1 Comment


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Lesson of the Day

It was about an year ago when I was not in a mood to attend school/classes(it was a bad day for me) ,but I had to, as my teacher was going to announce the results of Maths tests and I was sure I did those tests very well.So with a burden on my head I woke up,not wanting to lose the moment when teacher announces my name as the topper,feelings of excitement and tiredness were…

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Added by Anah Sid © on September 15, 2014 at 18:30 — 20 Comments

A Collection of 48 Stories to Practice English Tenses

Hi everyone!

This started out as a Forum post, and after receiving a great suggestion by one of the readers I thought I might as well write a Blog about it. So here I am :)

My name is Heidi and I’m one of the teachers behind www-really-learn-english.com.

We have been working on a collection of stories and worksheets for ESL teachers and learners and thought that we might share it here with the…

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Added by Heidi Bay on September 13, 2013 at 15:26 — No Comments

If Only...

Hello everyone,

How is everything going on?

Any regrets, wishes, hopes, etc?

Do you use "if only" very often?

Let's have a review on how to use "if only".

I found the following link useful, simple to get, and brief on "if only" topic:

If Only...…

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Added by Zahra on July 8, 2012 at 10:30 — 5 Comments

Pronunciation lesson 1. The different ways to pronounce the letters OUGH

"Though the tough cough and hiccough plough him through."

Though is pronounced as slow, tough as huff, and cough rhymes with off. Hiccough is pronounced as cup, plough as how, and through rhymes with you.

Ali reading the above text

Added by Ali on April 17, 2012 at 13:54 — 9 Comments

Do you Hear or Listen to a Marching Band?

What is the difference between "hear" and "listen"? Check out English Club's NEW lesson on Hear or Listen. Don't forget to try the hear or listen quiz. After you read the lesson and try the quiz, come back and tell me the difference between these sentences:



1. I hear a marching band.

2. I'm listening…

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Added by Tara Benwell on October 27, 2011 at 15:30 — 8 Comments

Writing Challenge # 36: Top 4 Lessons My Elementary School Teacher Taught Me

Top 4 Lessons My Elementary School Teacher Taught Me

 

Many of us remember our very first teachers. There were some points which highlighted their role in our lives.

Here are some very nice points I do remember crystal clearly about my lovely teacher when I had just started to be an elementary student;

 

1- Be Fun

Our teacher was really creative. Although ,around 15 years ago, when I started my elementary school, we…

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Added by Zahra on October 10, 2011 at 18:41 — 8 Comments

My very first lesson

My teaching career started like a nightmare. Now when I look back I find it very funny and I am quite amazed I didn't run out of the room crying. Well at least I learned that a teacher couldn't be prepared for everything.

The day before the lesson I had been preparing for half a day. I tried to find out what my students might ask (mission impossible, the students' fantasy is infinite), I wrote a long plan with lots of possibilities.

My first class was a small one with 6…

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Added by Gondwana on July 26, 2011 at 14:23 — 12 Comments

Preparing for a lesson as a teacher

Preparing for a lesson is always exciting. I have been teaching English for more than 7 years and I still prepare for my lessons a lot. Every student is special, so is every class.

Sometimes it takes 10 minutes, sometimes it takes 2 hours. It depends on many things.

Usually I know very well what I would like to do on the lesson. I write it down on a tiny piece of paper (when I started to teach 7 years ago it was a BIG piece of paper) and I put it into my book. Usually I don't look…

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Added by Gondwana on July 17, 2011 at 20:30 — 6 Comments

Writing Challenge #13: An Interview with a MyEC Member

interview

For this writing challenge you will need a partner! You are going to interview your partner about a topic of your choice. You can choose any member of MyEC to be your partner.



Your task:

1) Send a message to one of your friends requesting an interview.



Example message: Hi Salim (my partner's name). Can I interview you for Writing Challenge #13? You will have to answer five questions. The interview will be… Continue

Added by Tara Benwell on November 12, 2009 at 19:28 — 36 Comments

New English Lesson!!! on Telling the Time!

Hi Everyone! I just wanted to leave a quick note to say that the 6th lesson of the English course for beginners is on my website.

This lesson focuses on "telling time". I hope that you will enjoy the pictures and the google clock. I wanted to make telling time interesting and useful for you all.

Have fun and enjoy the audio! Visit my newest lesson on "Telling Time" today!

Have a super day!
Diana

Added by English-Coach on May 27, 2009 at 19:00 — No Comments

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