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A story to learn and understand through interaction.

Poussins Le Petit Bonhomme De Pain D Épices

As the winter holidays approach, there’s always lots to do with tests and activities to correct and student assessments to prepare. After this period, why not dedicate some lesson time to listening and mediating with a story about a biscuit?

Written by Emilie Foster

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From pictures to the written text

Photocards English Eli

The image is ubiquitous in today's world and occupies an important place in students’ lives. It is a motivating and attractive teaching tool that stimulates reactions, spoken production, interaction and mediation. In addition, the use of images allows you to carry out collaborative tasks as recommended by the CCER.

Written by Emilie Foster

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Let’s play!

Play For The Planet Online

Adults are often reluctant to use games during language lessons. They can in fact feel uncomfortable and embarrassed. Adult-students regard fun activities as being less productive and unhelpful in the learning process, but teachers actually consider them as amongst the best tools for language learning. To avoid problems and barriers that impede students’ learning, it’s a good idea to use board games. These types of games are used in the everyday life of both young people and adults, and for this reason, they are easy to relate to. The teacher explains how to play and asks the players to respect the rules, thereby ensuring the lessons are fun and well-structured. So… let’s play!

Written by Emilie Foster

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