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It may seem daunting at first, but there are some simple real-world tips for students learning english that should help the process along.
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It's tough to resonate with students of any age. But teaching young students proper grammar seems like a nearly impossible task.
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Lingle helps motivate learners, facilitates real world language learning and dramatically reduces class preparation time for teachers.
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You may not have all of William Shakespeare's work committed to your memory, but you probably know each and every one of these phrases.
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Love blogging teachers? Meet some inspiring, articulate educators whose blogs ooze unique ideas about high school teaching. Bookmark these blogs for freely shared resources, curricula and teaching aids. These generous bloggers introduce technologies for online learning and collaboration, from Web 2.0 tools to QR codes. You can also find practical tips for handling the pressures that accompany this noble calling.
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What's your favorite word? Kerfuffle? Scallawag? Edudemic? Whatever it is, there's never really been a simple way to figure out what the truly best word is. Until now.
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Do you love reading Shakespeare for all the saucy name-calling and not really for the romantic plot twists? Me too. Lucky for us, I just stumbled across a great chart via Facebook that lets you use your initials to find out what William Shakespeare would have called you were he to lob a few insults your way.
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POP QUIZ: What is the favorite party game of English teachers? Here's a hint: it's not Scrabble. Although, that's probably a close second.
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Do you like commas, quotes, and parentheses? Did you notice a little extra grammar in that question? That's because it features the Oxford Comma.
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If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world.
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This post is not amazing. While it is entertaining, it can simply not be amazing. That's because Lake Superior State University just released its newest list of words banned from the English language. Amazing is one o...
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If you're a teacher, student, blogger, or someone who sends messages, you're a writer. That's the impetus behind 'Why I Write' day (which is today!).
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Grammar sure are fun. I love a good grammar joke as much as the next guy but this t-shirt takes the proverbial cake. In fact, I'm going to order one for myself.
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If you're an English teacher, you have to check this out. It's called WordCount and it's an interactive way to examine the most-used words in the English dictionary. You can simply ask your class what they think the m...