Because love should be the strength that moves us when we are going to teach someone. students. And because sharing keeps us moving to reach them... Here you can find resources I've picked up or I've made for teaching English, mainly to children.
This blog is useful to teach English because there are several materials here to plan your lessons.
WELCOME TO ROSA´S BLOG
Welcome to my Blog which is a site where you can find different resources to make your lessons enjoyable, emphasizing on the best and useful ones in order to teach the Trinity College Syllabus. So I hope you like it.
Este contenido todavía no está preparado para las conexiones cifradas.
The apps you’ll find on this site were designed to help elementary age children build their language skills.
They are being used by educators to help kids who are struggling with syntax or narrative skills, healthcare professionals working with special needs children, teachers in ESL classrooms and parents of kids who just need a bit of extra help. All the apps engage the visual, audio and tactile senses, helping students learn faster and retain what they’ve learned.
While these apps were initially built to assist children with higher function autism, the ease of use, positive reinforcers and engaging graphics and animations make them a great tool for anyone working on building language fundamentals.
Read our reviews, browse the apps or learn more about where we come from and why we are here.
This is a very comprehensive review of our Rainbow Sentences grammar app by A4CWSN.com. They describe in a lot of detail how the app works. In addition, they have a video review of the app so you can see it in action. The author writes: Rainbow Sentences is the newest addition to a suite of…
Boy – I can hardly keep up with the reviews of Rainbow Sentences that are coming in. This is a real nice review where the author goes through the app pretty thoroughly. The author writes: Rainbow Sentences by Mobile Education Tools is a beautifully made app. This app helps children learn to create grammatical sentences…