Exercícios para falar melhor em inglês – Speaking Activities é um livro prático projetado para professores da língua inglesa que querem motivar seus alunos a conversar em inglês. As 32 atividades trazem oportunidades para a prática da língua usando estruturas gramaticais e um vocabulário apropriado para os mais variados tópicos, tais como comida, música, compras e assuntos controversos. O livro é destinado a estudantes brasileiros, uma vez que algumas das atividades refletem os desafios que eles enfrentam, como, por exemplo, a pronúncia correta de alguns verbos regulares no tempo passado. O livro também inclui tópicos atrativos ao público brasileiro, como um conto sobre a cidade de São Paulo e uma atividade sobre novelas. As atividades podem ser fotocopiadas para utilizaçao em sala de aula.
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Exercícios para falar melhor em inglês – Speaking Activities is a practical teacher resource book designed for English teachers to use in class to motivate their students to speak English. There are 32 activities which practice grammar structures and vocabulary covering a wide range of topics, such as food, music, shopping and controversial issues. The book has Brazilian students in mind, as there are some activities that reflect the challenges they face, for example pronouncing past simple regular verbs. The book also includes topics that may interest Brazilians such as a short story about São Paulo and an activity about soap operas. The instructions are in Portuguese and the activities are in English. All the activities are photocopiable.
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FOUR SHORT STORIES TO USE IN THE ELT CLASSROOM was written for students learning English around the world. It is a FREE e-book and can be downloaded at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/587804.
Each story indicates the language level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The length of each story varies from 800 to 2,000 words. In order for students to fully understand the context, there are reading comprehension exercises to do for each story, as well as opportunities for them to use the vocabulary to talk about their own lives.
The first story is about an English man called Josh. He tells us about his time growing up in London, his school life and what he does in his early twenties. After reading it, students will be able to talk about their own school experiences, how the education system works in their countries, their family and typical food from their region.
In the second story, a Brazilian manicurist is the narrator. She tells us about a client of hers called Maria, who has an interesting job. In the middle of the story, there are 2 questions for students to talk about in pairs to check for reading comprehension and an exercise to encourage them to predict what will happen.
The third short story is about a Brazilian woman who works in São Paulo. At the beginning, we learn about her daily routine and then something unusual that happens to her on a particular day. Students will have the opportunity to get to know about Brazilian life, as well as acquire more vocabulary to describe their own daily experiences.
The last story takes place in the UK and tells us about Abigail, who meets up with an old acquaintance. Together they unravel a mystery that involves an object buried in a garden. Students will have the chance to retell the story remembering what they read and also predict the ending.