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Park. Visit: www.emilieslanguages.com or www.facebook.com/emilieslanguages for more information about language learning

Park. Visit: www.emilieslanguages.com or www.facebook.com/emilieslanguages for more information about language learning

Beach Scene to describe in language with activities

Describe the scene

Beach Scene to describe in language with activities

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Party under sea. Visit: www.emilieslanguages.com or https://www.facebook.com/emilieslanguages #emilieslanguages #sea

Party under sea. Visit: www.emilieslanguages.com or https://www.facebook.com/emilieslanguages #emilieslanguages #sea


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Use pictures with a lot happening in them and have your students talk about it. A good way to start conversation skills.

Use pictures with a lot happening in them and have your students talk about it. A good way to start conversation skills.

Das große Jahreszeiten-Wimmelbuch: Amazon.de: Anne Suess: Bücher

Das große Jahreszeiten-Wimmelbuch: Amazon.de: Anne Suess: Bücher

Picture prompts for speaking activities

Picture Prompts

Picture prompts for speaking activities

Busy picture for students to describe however they can! | Spanish Class

Busy picture for students to describe however they can! | Spanish Class

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Interactieve praatplaat Winterpret http://www.thinglink.com/scene/537220661664284672

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I enjoy this lesson.  We look at an image that has lots of things going on and I ask the student to Describe the Scene. If they have a low level of English, they might simply say, “Woman shop…

Describe the scene

I enjoy this lesson. We look at an image that has lots of things going on and I ask the student to Describe the Scene. If they have a low level of English, they might simply say, “Woman shop…

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Saskia van Gerven

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