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    #1

    New materials website

    Hello everyone,

    I have recently decided to upload the various lesson plans and activities that I have devised to one website, so that I can share them all with the ELT community. You can find complete lesson plans and warmer/filler activities. There is also a section for new/volunteer teachers who are starting teaching English but without any training.

    I hope you all like it and I look forward to receiving your comments.

    Check out eslrainyday.weebly.com

    Rhiannon Sarah

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    #2

    Re: New materials website

    We have a links database:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/links/ (There's a button 'Add a link')

    There's a section on lesson plans:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/links/T...ets/index.html

    Add a brief factual description and you'll get targeted traffic from teachers looking for plans.

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