Tasks in English for children

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So you want to be a teacher? In this section you’ll find resources devoted to teaching English to pre-school and primary-school children. These pages are packed with ideas, games, lesson plans and downloadable resources for listening, reading, writing and speaking as well as informative articles on young learner development. Why not have a look at some of our winning lesson share entries for young learners where you can find lessons designed for teachers by teachers? For more young learner resources, you can also check out our extensive CLIL resources or visit the brand new Macmillan Young Learners site. Stories and poemsA series of lesson plans based on original stories and poems, and advice on how to integrate storytelling and drama into language lessons. The magic catA series of animated song videos and resources for beginner-level young learners.

Games and topicsA selection of downloadable games and topic-based lesson ideas. M Tunes song videos60 animated song videos with interactive games. Access our entire database of over 9,000 high-quality resources. Find new materials added every week. Benefit from a wide range of resources, whether you teach Business English, Young Learners, Exams or CLIL.

Save time: organize resources and plan your lessons with our exclusive Learning Calendar. Don’t stress: let our articles and tips solve all your teaching dilemmas. English World A visually stunning ten-level course which will take children through from Primary to Secondary. Onestopenglish is a teacher resource site, part of Macmillan Education, one of the world’s leading publishers of English language teaching materials. Please forward this error screen to 64. French animated feature film based on the Asterix comic book series.

After the Gauls have defeated a group of Roman legionaries once again two of them start to wonder whether the Gauls are actually human, since their strength is so extraordinary. They start to assume that they might be gods, giving a reason to the fact why they can never be beaten. Run faster than Asbestos, champion of the Olympic Games. Asterix, helped by the magic potion, follows Asbestos until the latter hits an apple tree at a moment of incaution, and loses the race. Throw a javelin farther than Verses, the Persian. Asterix asks for demonstrations that eventually leave Cilindric’s own arms and legs tied in knots.