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Songs for teaching English

Looking for songs to reach your students?  Take a look at these websites with great songs, videos, and music - lyrics are there for you and your students to learn and use in class.

Hello song and others
http://www.supersimplesongs.com/cd2-2.html


Clap your hands - activity song
http://bussongs.com/songs/clap_your_hands.php

Teaching Kids Website

Great website for teaching kids
http://www.esl-kids.com/

Using newspapers in the ESL classroom

Free Video Quizzes

ESL video quizzes created by ESL teachers for ESL students.

Check out the link below:

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Tim's Free English Lesson Plans Blog Link

This blogger has some great lesson plan ideas.  Sign up for his blog and receive new plans and updates in your email.

Link: http://freeenglishlessonplans.com

Create your own flash cards for your students!

Follow this link to a site where you can create your own flash cards to aid in teaching or studying.

http://quizlet.com


Simplify difficult English

A very interesting website - students can paste in difficult English to see a simplified version- & teachers can paste in English text that they want to simplify for students use.

The writing below is from their website:

Rewordify.com simplifies difficult English. Paste in difficult sentences, paragraphs, or whole chapters full of hard words into the yellow box at the top of the page. (You can also enter a web site URL.) Click Rewordify text and you'll instantly see an easier version, for fast understanding. The reworded words are highlighted— click them to hear and learn the original harder word. Our amazing Rewordifying Engine is what makes it all possible, and no other web site has it.