Thursday, 27 October 2011

Ack words


Ail Words

Ail Words1a

Ain words


Ell Words

Ell Words

Phonics Ain

Phonics Ain

Phonics Ake

Phonics Ake

Phonics Ale Book

Phonics Ale

The night before your first flight


Top 10 reasons Why I Love my Mum


Acrostic Camel

Acrostic Camels1

Acrostic Louis

Acrostic Louis

Acrostic My teacher

Acrostic Myteacher

Acrostic Toys

Acrostic Toys

Writing Award

Award Writing

Writing - A Rainy day

Arainyday A

Color and Write-Birthday Cake


Color and Write-butterfly


Camp Write

Camp Write Prim

Emotions Journal

Emotions 2

Diamante Poetry Kite

Diamante Poetry Kite

Finish Sentence - Frog

Frog Sentences 2

Finish Sentence - Hills


Mum Note Cards

Mom Note Cards 2

Valentine Balloon

Valentine Balloon

Story Planner Animal

Story Planner Animal

Story Summary

Story Summary

Writing prompt-Camp Activity


ABCorder Easy 1

ABC Order Easy1

ABCorder- Mothersday


Compound Words


Glyph All About Me


Glyph Rooster

Glyph Chinese Zodiac Rooster

Glyph Shoe

Glyph Elem Shoe

Glyph Presents

Glyph Presents

Glyph Snowman

Glyph Snowman

Grammar Complete Sentence

Grammar Complete Sentence Upperelem

Grammar Simple Present Tense

Grammar Present Simple Elem Esl

Grammar Simple Sentences (Subject- Predicate)

Grammar Simple Sentence Predicate Subject

Grammar Suffix -er -est

Grammar Suffix Erest

Spelling "-ing" Words

Ing Words

Spelling - Zoo Animals


Spelling - Friends

Sp Friends

Spelling Level 2

Spelling Level2 Unit1

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Spelling - Farm


Games - Build-A-Knight

Ma Game Build a Knight

Spelling Level 4

Spelling Level4 Unit01

Spelling Level 3

Spelling Level3 Unit01

Spelling Level 2

Spelling Level2 Unit1

Spelling Level 1

Spelling Level1 Unit01

Spell - All About Me

Spell All About Me

Spelling Themes- Family

Spelling Themes Family

Test Practice Language

Test Practice Language 1

Grammar- Compound Sentences

Wksht Grammar Compound Sentences

Word Trips Prepositions

Words Trips Prepositions

Word Game


Spelling Worksheet 3 - Desert Or Dessert?

Worksheet Spelling Homophone Dessert Desert

Spelling Worksheet 2 - Hear Or Here?

Worksheet Spelling Homophone Hearhere

Spelling Worksheet 1


Jobs Board Game

Jobs Board Game

Going To Board Game

Going to Board Game

Adverbs Board Game

Adverbs of Frequency Game High

Vegetables Flash Cards


Transport Flash Cards


Toys Flash Cards

Toy Cards

Tools Flash Cards

Tools Cards

Time Flash Cards


Stationary & School Equitment Flash Cards


Sports Flash Cards


Preposition Flash Cards

Prepositions Cards

Shapes Flash Cards


Seasons & Weather Flash Cards

Seasons Weather

Music Flash Crads


Months Of The Year Flash Cards

Months of the Year

Hobbies & Holidays Flash Cards


Days Of The Week Flash Cards

Days Week

Computer Accesories Flash Cards

Computer Accessories

Drink Flash Cards

Drink Cards

Fruits Flash Cards


Food Flash Cards

Food Cards

Animas Flash Cards


ABC Flash Cards


Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Origami Booklet For English

Try this Origami Booklet in your English Class. Let's your students to write any words or sentences in the booklet. They can bring this booklet anytime, anywhere. It's really a very good way to learn English !!!

Watch this Video to do the Origami Booklet For English Class

When using our printable booklets, keep the printed side of the paper face up. I find it easiest to fold the booklets if I keep the "front page" at the top right hand side of the paper. Describing the process is harder than actually folding the booklet - just give it a go!


Topic : My clothes
Focus : Sentence structure – This is  ___________, These are__________.
Step 1 : read Year 1 English Textbook (page 29)
Step 2 : students orally – This is a cap, These are socks.
Step 3 : write simple sentences in BOOKLET
Step 4 : in groups tell the story which has been written.

Example of BOOKLET  for topic "My Clothes" by students 1M
Joveen Lee


Topic : My Body
Focus : Sentence structure – These are my ______. This is my _________.
Step 1 : read Year 1 English Textbook (page 67)
Step 2 : students orally – These are my legs.
Step 3 : write simple sentences in BOOKLET
Step 4 : in groups tell the story which has been written.

Example of BOOKLET 
for topic "My Body" 
by students 1K
They Sau Yang

Writing - Who Am I??

Whoa Mi

Writing A Story Character


Writing Prompts Chart - Spin The Story

Spin Story Writing Prompt Chart

Writing Strategies - Story The Strangest Day

Story- The Strangest Day

Fun Writing Strategies - Humorous Fiction

The most important factor in writing exercises is that students need to be personally involved in order to make the learning experience of lasting value. Encouraging student participation in the exercise, while at the same time refining and expanding writing skills, requires a certain pragmatic approach. The teacher should be clear on what skills he/she is trying to develop. Next, the teacher needs to decide on which means (or type of exercise) can facilitate learning of the target area. Once the target skill areas and means of implmentation are defined, the teacher can then proceed to focus on what topic can be employed to ensure student participation. By pragmatically combing these objectives, the teacher can expect both enthusiasm and effective learning.

Choosing the target area depends on many factors; What level are the students?, What is the average age of the students, Why are the students learning English, Are there any specific future intentions for the writing (i.e school tests or job application letters etc.). Other important questions to ask oneself are: What should the students be able to produce at the end of this exercise? (a well written letter, basic communication of ideas, etc.) What is the focus of the exercise? (structure, tense usage, creative writing). Once these factors are clear in the mind of the teacher, the teacher can begin to focus on how to involve the students in the activity thus promoting a positive, long-term learning experience.

Having decided on the target area, the teacher can focus on the means to achieve this type of learning. As in correction, the teacher must choose the most appropriate manner for the specified writing area. If formal business letter English is required, it is of little use to employ a free expression type of exercise. Likewise, when working on descriptive language writing skills, a formal letter is equally out of place.

With both the target area and means of production, clear in the teachers mind, the teacher can begin to consider how to involve the students by considering what type of activities are interesting to the students; Are they preparing for something specific such as a holiday or test?, Will they need any of the skills pragmatically? What has been effective in the past? A good way to approach this is by class feedback, or brainstorming sessions. By choosing a topic that involves the students the teacher is providing a context within which effective learning on the target area can be understaken.

Finally, the question of which type of correction will facilitate a useful writing exercise is of utmost importance. Here the teacher needs to once again think about the overall target area of the exercise. If there is an immediate task at hand, such as taking a test, perhaps teacher guided correction is the most effective solution. However, if the task is more general (for example developing informal letter writing skills), maybe the best approach would be to have the students work in groups thereby learning from each other. Most importantly, by choosing the correct means of correction the teacher can encourage rather discourage students.

Writing Humorous Fiction
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