Illustrating the form, function, meaning and uses of each tense. The Present Simple, the Present Continuous, the Present Perfect and the Present Perfect Continuous can all be found on the TEFL Grammar Resources of this blog page.
Start by watching the video ‘Pronunciation Tips from bbclearningenglish.com’
After you have introduced yourself to the resource, ‘the sounds of English’ tab is a useful place to start.
To take your learning further than the voiced, voiceless and other consonants previously introduced on this page.I would suggest that you start learning the single vowel sounds and then the dipthongs (double vowel sounds)last as they are trickier.
Alternatively, you could revise the consonants first.
How has it been caused? Is it a man-made problem? Or is it an effect of the sun getting hotter?
These questions are examined in the presentation posted on the CLIL and EAP Resources. There are opportunities to work with sentences using specific sentence constructions that express cause and effect.
This site has superb grammar resources and is well worth a visit. I have integrated links to some of the resources. For example: a glossary of grammatical terms; a list of irregular verbs; a list of phrasal verbs; and grammar quizzes for revision purposes. Go to TEFL Grammar Resources to see more.
“Through interviews with designers Nicholas Oakwell, Bruce Oldfield, David Sassoon, Mary Katrantzou and Roksanda Illincic, this film examines the significance of the ballgown, and what it is to be truly glamorous”
The host and director noted above presents the land, the legal and economic issues underlying the Arctic situation. Most importantly he hears the voice of the Inuit, indigenous peoples of the region. Elisapee Sheutiapik (the Mayor of Iqaluit, Nunavut) amongst others plays a major role in assisting him in this process.
An ecosystem video report of the Arctic that defines key scientific vocabulary and phrases whilst on a round trip on Akademik Loffe (a scientific, expedition boat). The focus of the report is on the Arctic Ecosystem; Past, Present and Future; and the local inhabitants. The story is broad, accurate and far reaching in it’s implications.