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Posters

Download our series of seven TeachingEnglish posters for your staffroom and our six classroom posters for Young Learners together with teacher notes - great for last minute ideas in lots of different areas!

 

Classroom posters - Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs are very interesting creatures! Children of all ages and levels can talk and write about dinosaurs. Here are some ideas for using the dinosaur poster with your learners.

Classroom posters - Fairy tales

We can use fairy tales with learners of all ages. Everyone loves a good story! Here are some ideas for using the ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ poster in class. The poster is based on a story from LearnEnglishKids: http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/short-stories/little-red-riding-hood

Classroom posters - Food

Use our Food poster to help you present, practise, recycle and build on language related to food. The Teacher's notes give you some ideas for using the ‘food’ poster with your learners.

Classroom posters - Old Macdonald Had a Farm

‘Old MacDonald had a farm’ is a traditional song that is easy to learn and fun to repeat for students of all ages. Find the sheet music and words for the song at the end of the Teacher's notes. Here are some ideas for using the‘Old MacDonald had a farm’ poster with your learners. The poster is based on the version of the song on the LearnEnglish Kids website.

Classroom posters - Rooms

Use our Rooms poster to help you present, practise, recycle and build on language related to rooms in a home. The Teacher's notes give some ideas for using the ‘rooms’ poster with your learners.

Classroom posters for Tongue twisters

Using tongue-twisters in class is a fun way to practise pronunciation and learn about this part of traditional English-speaking culture. Our teacher's notes give you some ideas for using the tongue-twisters poster with your learners. You can also find ideas on LearnEnglish Kids here: http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/tongue-twisters

Getting the whole class talking

This is never easy - but some suggestions here might help!

Teaching grammar

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