31.07.2018

Teaching children

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Make sure your browser ‘delete history on exit’ option desable, otherwise, the remember me feature will not work. Resources teaching children by teachers for teachers. They’re ideal for engaging your children at the start of the day!

A mentally stimulating focus from the start. Regular challenges to drive all children forward. Development of a range of thinking skills. A wide range of enjoyable activities. A calm, thinking start to every day. Themed activities to support many primary school topics.

All resources fully prepared and a fresh choice selected for you weekly. Interactive and colourful with topical information. Is it ever OK to lie in a job interview? 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. Stranger danger, are the buzz words commonly used to refer to the important topic of teaching children about the inherent dangers they may face as they venture out into the world. Unfortunately the world is a scary place and there are people out there who prey on children.

The single most important thing to remember when teaching your children about stranger danger is to instill confidence, rather than fear. You want to equip your child with the knowledge and strategies they will need to protect themselves in dangerous situations. Also, keep your child’s age and maturity level in mind and base lessons upon that. First and foremost, children need to understand what you mean by stranger. This is important so children understand where and to whom to turn if they are ever lost or feel scared, threatened, or if they think someone may be following them.

These are all examples of people to turn to if when your child needs help. Know your name, address, and phone number. If a stranger approaches you, you do not have to speak to him or her. Never approach a stranger in a motor vehicle.

Do not accept candy or any other items from a stranger. Never walk off with a stranger no matter what he or she tells you. If someone is following you try to remember the license plate of his or her vehicle and immediately tell a trusted adult. If a stranger grabs you, do everything you can to stop him or her from pulling you away or dragging you into his or her car. Drop to the ground, kick, hit, bite, and scream. Do whatever it takes to attract the attention of others who can help you. If someone is dragging you away, scream, “this is not my dad,” or “this is not my mom.