The Carnival of English Language Lessons



Following on from Shelly Terrell's edition of the 15th ESL/EFL Carnival, I'll be responsible for hosting the next and I've decided to do something a little bit different:

It shall have a focus, a theme, which is:


LESSONS




In other words...
  • Warmers and Icebreakers
  • Projects and Real-life Tasks
  • Free practice and Controlled Gapfillers
  • Role-plays and Case-studies
  • Games for kids
  • Team building exercises for teens
  • Discussions for adult learners
  • And lots, lots more!


    So send in your creativity, knowledge, experience...  in short, the links to your very best lessons!



    Use this form:



    Deadline:  March 21st, 2010
    Publish date: April 1st, 2010




    Questions?

    Don't hesitate to ask!

    Karenne

    p.s. Mary Ann Zehr at Learning the Language will host the Carnival on June 1st. You can see all the previous editions of the ESL/EFL/ELL Blog Carnival here.     What is a blog carnival?





    WHAT TO DO IF YOU USED THE STANDARD BLOG-CARNIVAL FORM ALREADY?
    • I will be in touch with you shortly. For this Carnival, you will need to use the google-form, as linked above.

    WHAT TO DO IF YOU DON'T HAVE A BLOG BUT YOU WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE:
    • Fill in the form by March 1st, 2010.
    • I will try to match you with a blogger who blogs in your lesson's genre.

    WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE A BLOGGER WHO WOULD BE INTERESTED IN HOSTING GUEST-PIECES BY TEACHERS WHO DON'T HAVE BLOGS
    • Write me a note below in the comment box. 
    • Post a call-out on your own blogs for guest lessons written by your readers.

    5 Responses to “The Carnival of English Language Lessons”

    • sabridv says:
      February 08, 2010

      Hi Karenne! I loved the idea!! I won't have any problem in "HOSTING GUEST-PIECES BY TEACHERS WHO DON'T HAVE BLOGS" if that is necessary. Kisses,

    • brb says:
      February 09, 2010

      Hello! I love this blog - it has been a source of inspiration for me on more than one occasion. I think a lot of the responses you get from this request for info could serve as excellent resources for fellow teachers. Any way you could collate what people submit and somehow post them? I am especially interested in lesson ideas for learners who don't have a lot of formal education or access to high-tech resources (I teach a lot of immigrants to the US). Incidentally, do you have any recs of blogs/resources for teachers of this type of student? Thanks for all of the info that you provide to the ESL community!

    • Anne Hodgson says:
      February 09, 2010

      Go, theme and focus, I'm in :)

    • KALINAGO ENGLISH says:
      February 09, 2010

      Hi Sabrina and Anne,

      Brilliant! Glad to have you on board and looking forward to your lessons :-)

      Hi BRB, thanks so much - very happy to have you here. Yup, the posts will all be collated, organized and listed - like a directory, according to age/type that sort of thing.

      Do hope one of my other readers hears your call-out, that would indeed be very useful!

      If anyone knows the answer to her other question: namely are there blogs/resources for that sort of student don't hesitate to add the url below.

      Also B, do please feel free to share a lesson too!

      K

    • Mohammed Rhalmi says:
      February 09, 2010

      I like your idea. I'm sure the next blog carnival will include a lot of interestning lesson plans!!!

     

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