Albert Einstein-Einstein in a Nutshell

idealistADVANCED C1-C2, ELT TEACHER CANDIDATES, ENGLISH ALL LEVELS, motivation for life, READING, TEACHER RESOURCES, YDS READING0 Comments

Albert Einstein

What is the first word you think of when you hear the name Albert Einstein? Most people answer with a resounding, “Genius!” Never will you ever hear the word, “Nut.” Seldom will anyone ever hear the name and not recognize it as one of the greatest minds to have ever lived. Most, however, perhaps feel that his genius was immediately … Read More

APPS TO LEARN ENGLISH-GREAT APPS TO LEARN ENGLISH VIA IPAD

idealistELT TEACHER CANDIDATES, ENGLISH ALL LEVELS, ENGLISH FOUR SKILLS, English Learning Methods:), FLIP LEARNING, Learning Tools, Link, LISTENING, READING, SPEAKING, TEACHER RESOURCES, WRITING0 Comments

APPS TO LEARN ENGLISH
1- Kidioms The Kidioms iPad app makes learning idioms fun for children, ELL students, or anyone wishing to improve their understanding of English. The app uses an interactive notebook to present an idiom, it's meaning and an example showing the idiom used in context. Each page of the notebook also has a graphic to help illustrate the idiom’s meaning. 2- Phrasalstein Doctor ... Read More

There is – There are

idealistELEMENTARY A1-A20 Comments

There is there are

There is – There are Singular (singular/ uncountable) Plural + Singular There is a dictionary in class There is a café in the school There are thirty students in class Uncountable There is some sugar on the floor – Singular There isn’t a swimming pool in the school There aren’t any shops in this street. Uncountable There isn’t any money … Read More

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE (A1, A2 LEVELS)

idealistELEMENTARY A1-A20 Comments

Simple Present Tense

For example; I listen to music; That’s in general, not for a specific time. You listen to music everyday We listen to music everyday They listen to music everyday   He listens to music everyday She listens to music everyday It listens to music everydayI don’t listen to music everyday You don’t listen to music everyday We don’t listen to … Read More

WH_ QUESTION WORDS

idealistELEMENTARY A1-A20 Comments

Wh_ question words

 What are you doing?–>I am preparing the dinner. Who are you talking with?–>I am talking with mum. When do you get up?–>I get up at seven o’clock generally Why are you so angry?–>Because, of my Math mark

PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE (A1)

idealistELEMENTARY A1-A20 Comments

Present Continues Tense

WE USE PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE FOR THE ACTIONS HAPPENING NOW She is listening to music He is playing football It is barking outside We are watching TV You are studying They are speaking nowI am not having a bath. She is not listening to music.

NUMBERS

idealistELEMENTARY A1-A20 Comments

numbers // numbers endless world

LIKE SPACE HELLO NUMBERS 1-ONE 2-TWO 3-THREE 4-FOUR 5-FIVE 6-SIX 7-SEVEN 8-EIGHT 9-NINE 10-TEN  WATCHWATCH MY VIDEO AND LEARN NUMBERS FROM 0-1011-ELEVEN 11-ELEVEN 12-TWELVE 13-THIRTEEN 14-FOURTEEN 15-FIFTEEN 16-SIXTEEN 17-SEVENTEEN 18-EIGHTEEN 19-NINETEEN 20-TWENTY 10-TEN 20-TWENTY 30THIRTY 40-FORTY 50FIFTY 60-SIXTY 70-SEVENTY 80-EIGHTY 90-NINETY 100-A HUNDRED 22-TWENTY-TWO 23-TWENTY-THREE 24-TWENTY-FOUR 25-TWENTY-FIVE 26-TWENTY-SIX 27-TWENTY-SEVEN 28-TWENTY-EIGHT 29-TWENTY-NINE 30-THIRTY 31-THIRTY-ONE 32-THIRTY-TWO 33-THIRT-THREE 34-THIRT-FOUR ……… ……… ………. ……….101- … Read More

ENGLISH ALPHABET

idealistELEMENTARY A1-A2, Uncategorized0 Comments

ENGLISH ALPHABET

b,c,d,f,g,h,j,k,l,m,n,p,q,r,s,t,v,w,x,y,z again–>> -y and -h are semi-vowelsWhen I have to learn English Alphabet?Any time you begin to learn English. However, you have to revise. Because English and other foreign languages are learnt by revisionsEXAMPLE WORDSWITH EACH LETTERSA-APPLE