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    #1

    Hi!

    Hi! everybody
    I'm a teacher of the English language for the children( Primary school)
    I want from you some ideas in teaching them .

    Thanks

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    Re: Hi!

    Welcome to the forum, yasmein.

    We try to help when we can, but that's a very broad question. Could you narrow it down a litle?

    Are you interested in how some of us use, for example, drama/music/games/videos/diaries/group work/presentations/etc?

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    #3

    Re: Hi!

    You might find some materials here: Young Learners - ESL Web Directory - UsingEnglish.com

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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    Welcome to the forum, yasmein.

    We try to help when we can, but that's a very broad question. Could you narrow it down a litle?

    Are you interested in how some of us use, for example, drama/music/games/videos/diaries/group work/presentations/etc?
    First, Thanks mister 5jj for the welcome
    secondly, I know this is a very broad question ,and I have some the ideas for example, music/games
    but, I wanted the other ideas for example drama/presentations/group work

    thank you mister 5jj
    thank you so so much for help me
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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    You might find some materials here:
    thanks, mister Tdol

    thank you so so much for help me

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    Re: Hi!

    You're welcome. I'm afraid I have never taught young learners, so I can't be much help.

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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by yasmein View Post
    thanks, mister Tdol / mister 5jj
    We appreciate your taking the trouble to thank us, but a click on theLike in the bottom right-hand corner of the post you have found helpful is enough.

    Please note that many of the people who respond here are female, so use our usernames, not a courtesy title such as 'Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss'.

    In other contexts, when it is appropriate to use such words, we don't write them in full, Mister; we always use the contracted forms, and we always use a capital letter at the beginning: Mr Smith, Ms Jones, Dr Postule.

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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post

    Please note that many of the people who respond here are female, so use our usernames, not a courtesy title such as 'Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss'.

    In other contexts, when it is appropriate to use such words, we don't write them in full, Mister; we always use the contracted forms, and we always use a capital letter at the beginning: Mr Smith, Ms Jones, Dr Postule.
    I seem needy learn more

    thanks Mr 5jj

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