Primary English language learning resources: greetings

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Hello, hello, how nice it is to see you! A greetings song for early years’ learners (0 -5 year olds)

Hello, hello, how nice it is to see you! A greetings song for early years’ learners (0 -5 year olds)

At last! Musicbuds is here offering an exceptional range of original and well-crafted resources underpinning common musical objectives whilst focused on prominent EYFS themes. Aimed at all Early Years’ practitioners from class teachers, music specialists, teaching assistants, playgroup leaders to EAL and SEND support teachers. A greetings song with a simple melody and rhythmical space to allow the children to create their own responses. Can be used as a stand-alone greetings song or as Song 1 in our 30-minute music and movement session. Each song includes: 1) A comprehensive lesson plan highlighting EYFS and Music objectives covered directions on classroom management recommended list of props/visual aids ideas for Extended learning guidance for inclusive learning for those with EAL/SEND profiles offering different ways to deliver the material first-hand from a Music specialist and an EYFS specialist formatted to allow easy cut-and-paste opportunities into weekly/medium term planning documents 2) Audio tracks : vocal & backing 3) Sheet music: for piano & guitar 4) Lyrics: teachers’ lyrics with directions for classroom management children’s lyrics suitable for a Songbook

By Musicbuds

BASIC ENGLISH CONVERSATION FOR BEGINNERS

BASIC ENGLISH CONVERSATION FOR BEGINNERS

This resource is aimed at ESL students who are just beginning to learn English. It is divided into modules in a conversational style introducing students to language which they would need if they visit an English-speaking country. It is not a grammar book although there are points of grammar in the resource. It is aimed at getting students to talk without fear of getting it wrong.

By marycottle

Languagenut Lesson Plans and Resources - English / General - Unit 1 - About Me

Languagenut Lesson Plans and Resources - English / General - Unit 1 - About Me

Languagenut.com is a dynamic and engaging language learning resource offering a variety of games and activities to help students learn a foreign language, as well as an innovative tracking tool so teachers can set homework and monitor progress. These free lesson plans and resources are designed to help teachers get the most out of Languagenut. Each unit pack includes: - 7 engaging lesson plans (one for each 10-word section, plus a revision/sentence-building lesson for the end of the unit), written by qualified teachers and covering all 4 key skills - Ideas for adapting each lesson to suit your class, including extension activities, suggestions for differentiation, homework activities and substitutions for low-tech classrooms - Full timings and guidance for teachers to help you access all the resources easily - Printable resources to complement the lessons and save you time This unit pack is for Languagenut's Unit 1 - About Me, covering basic information, greetings, age, family members and languages. These lessons are designed to be used for teaching English as a foreign language, but can also be adapted for any language as the Languagenut curriculum has the same structure across languages. Looking for French, German or Spanish lesson plans? Check out our custom resources and plans for these languages, including specific teacher notes on grammar points for non-specialists!

By Languagenut_Resources

Writing a Thank You Letter Lesson

Writing a Thank You Letter Lesson

A PowerPoint lesson lasting about an hour teaching students how to write a thank you letter. The lesson includes fun starter, mind mapping activity, proofreading exercise as well as planning and writing tasks. Perfect for the end of year when you want learners to practise their writing skills ready for exams as well as thank our amazing support and teaching assistants. Using this lesson learners will be able to create a text they can actually use and give to someone they want to thank as well as reviewing valuable letter writing skills. This lesson is aimed at ESOL/ESOl/EFL/EAL learners but could equally be used with SLDD/ALD learners or entry level literacy learners. If you would like to see more of my resources please see my shop here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/islaflood?p=2

By islaflood

EAL/ESL New to School

EAL/ESL New to School

Ever struggled with new learners of English in the classroom? Not sure where to start? This booklet contains a selection of worksheets, games and activities for new learners of English. The 22 page booklet contain sections relating to; - Themselves - Their School - Classroom Objects - Plurals - Classroom Instructions - Subjects and timetables - Basic Maths Vocabulary Each section contains word / question cards which can be cut out to play matching pair games, or board games (included). Great for homework during the first few weeks of term.

By dotty34

Metro systems of the world

Metro systems of the world

This was always one of my favourite lessons to teach! I designed this one-of-a-kind, highly interactive lesson while teaching English as a Second Language in a Korean High School. The idea is to get all students comfortable practicing speaking in English and asking for directions. There is an overview of key transit-related vocabulary and opportunities for students to role play asking for directions. Features: -facts about metro systems around the world -fun quizzes for students to self-test throughout -guess the metro game -creative writing picture prompts -key transit vocabulary -key capital city vocabulary

By thejennii

Ordering Food English Language ESL EFL EAL lesson

Ordering Food English Language ESL EFL EAL lesson

I designed this highly interactive lesson while teaching English as a Second Language in a Korean High School. The idea is to get all students comfortable practicing speaking in English and ordering food. We used whiteboards to draw the food as part of the role play. Learning objectives: -Learn new food vocabulary -Practice ordering food -Practice counting in dollars -Understand different cultures -Match flags with countries

By thejennii