Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Have a nice summer time...!

... and remember Oxford Learner's Bookshelf is open until 31 August.

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Don't forget you can revise and enjoy our sections having a look on the labels:

Monday, 15 June 2020

Story Online

Reading aloud to children has been shown to improve reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking and concentration, and general academic aptitude, as well as inspire a lifelong love of reading. Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners apart from captions in English and Spanish if it is necessary.
Storyline Online is a program of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation. The Foundation is a nonprofit organization that relies entirely on gifts, grants and donations to fund Storyline Online and produce all of its videos.
So enjoy summer time listening and watching these stories!

Lit2Go, Reading for ESO and BAC

Those who enjoyed the Emperor's New Dress story would like to continue listening classical ones with the same system, audio + reading. You can choose from authors, titles, genres, collections and readability, but all of them quite interesting for summer time as you can listen them on your mobile devices.

This collection of children's literature is a part of the Educational Technology Clearinghouse and is funded by various grants.

Friday, 12 June 2020

English Pronunciation Exercises

EngFluent is a website where you can improve your pronunciation following some video instructions. Its page contains pronunciation exercises organized into 5 chapters:

-s/-es Pronunciation

We have done some practice about the -s/-es ending pronunciation, but here you can do some more:

Grammar Rules:

Practice on Phonetics for ABAU

Study of all the raw speech sounds or phones that are produced within a specific language and their description in terms of the manner in which they are physically produced by the vocal apparatus. You can study -ed ending, homophones, silent letters... and a lot of exercises.


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