Today I am talking with Teacher Miriam about Halloween Teaching Ideas. Miriam talks about songs, games, activities, and more for Halloween classes.
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Hello Halloween Songs For Kids Album:
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Halloween Songs and Activities:
Kids Songs for English Class:
Kids Songs Videos:
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In this podcast episode I talk about my new album “Hello Halloween Songs For Kids” and play some of the songs. I also talk about how I teach the songs and some simple game ideas.
Hello Halloween Songs for Kids- New Album in 2021!
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In this new series I will talk you through a lesson that I taught to young learners. Today’s lesson is a preschool lesson students age 5-6, 30 minutes once a week class. Listen here or on Apple Podcasts search: Dream English Teaching Tips Podcast.
Below are the links to the materials I talked about in the lesson:
Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes Song
I Like Apples Book
I Like Apples Song
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I use a lot of actions with language in my classroom. It is an excellent way to get children moving and listening to English, without the pressure of speaking right away. Have a listen to this podcast with my short introduction to TPR:
Total Physical response is a way for language students to acquire the sounds of the language before being asked to speak. I think it is important not to put a lot of pressure on young students to speak English, before they are ready.
Using actions and commands like, “sit down, stand up, touch your nose, spin around” is a fun way for students to get used to the sounds of English without requiring them to speak. When they are ready, they will begin speaking.
I hope this is helpful and gives you some ideas for your classes!
Hi, Friends! New Podcast! I had a great conversation with Greg from Fun Kids English. We talked about teaching young learners, lesson plans, and favorite songs for the classroom. Please have a listen. Also available on the iTunes Podcast App. Free to listen. Enjoy! Thank you! Matt
Hi, Friends! A few months ago I began the Dream English Teaching Tips Podcast. I’m hoping this podcast will help teachers to have even better classes. Maybe you missed some of the podcasts over the summer, so here is a quick summary of the episodes. The podcast is also available on iTunes. All free, so please have a listen! Click on the link to go to the podcast on the PodBean.com site.
In this episode I talk about using warm ups, songs, games, and simple questions to start your English class with young learners. Very useful!
In this episode I talk about a favorite subject of mine, teaching English with songs! I talk about how I teach songs in the classes to young learners. I also talk about different kinds of songs like action songs, finger play songs, and more!
In this episode I talk about my Top 5 Classroom Games for teaching English to young learners. You only need a few good games that you can use over and over again with differnet vocabulary. Have a listen for some of my students favorites.
I hope to do a bunch of Lesson Plans Podcasts to help everyone with planning their lessons. The first episode in this series is Colors! Colors are a basic part of English for your young learners class, and can be lots of fun. In this episode I talk about introducing colors, color songs, and color games.
Today on the podcast we will listen to a conversation I had with Mark from MES English about our basic philosophy in teaching very young learners English. We talk about how to relax in class, what to expect from the students, and how watching Sesame Street can help you with class ideas.
I hope you get some useful ideas from these podcast episodes. Happy Teaching! – Matt
Hi! In this episode I talk about my Top 5 Classroom Games for teaching English to young learners. You only need a few good games that you can use over and over again with differnet vocabulary. Have a listen for some of my students favorites. Visit the Kids Games Page for more fun game ideas!
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I love using songs to teach English. Students love it, too. It makes the class fun, dynamic, and uplifting. I recorded an Episode of the Dream English Teaching Kids Tips Podcast on Teaching Songs. Have a listen here. It is also now available on iTunes. Thanks for listening!