Monthly Teacher's Guide

Overview

The Easy English NEWS Quizzes and Teacher's Guide is a monthly resource included with each issue. It contains teaching tips for each article, and background information for teachers on the main topics. The Guide contains three reproducible quizzes and an Answer Key.

December 2020 Easy English NEWS Monthly Teacher's Guide and Quiz

Nov 25, 2020 - 0 comments

Greetings and happy holidays to you and all your students! Please find our Holiday Songs Booklet free at Elizabethclaire.com. Eighteen traditional songs, large print, illustrated with word help so students can know what they're singing.

November 2020 Easy English NEWS Monthly Teacher's Guide and Quiz

Oct 26, 2020 - 0 comments

We truly are living during unprecedented times: a worldwide pandemic, a hotly contested election, devastating hurricanes and wildfires, a controversial Supreme Court nomination, and continued unrest connected to racial injustice.

October 2020 Easy English NEWS Monthly Teacher's Guide and Quiz

Sep 24, 2020 - 0 comments

We at Easy English NEWS are thrilled that hundreds of teachers and thousands students have been enjoying our digitized version. All the bells and whistles that go with Easy English NEWS (Cloze exercises, short-answer questions, audio recordings, and lists of YouTube videos) are available on the website

September 2020 Easy English NEWS Monthly Teacher's Guide and Quiz

Aug 25, 2020 - 0 comments

What a year it has been, and what a year it will be. Hold on to your hats. We are thankful for all the courageous, overworked, inventive teachers who have had to learn new ways of doing things, impossible ways of reaching all your students, heartaches for not being in the classroom, and fears for your own safety and that of your students and your family

June 2020 Easy English NEWS Monthly Teacher's Guide and Quiz

May 26, 2020 - 0 comments

Wow, what a year it is. It will be long in the history books. Our profound amazement for the teachers working so hard to get instruction across to students with limited understanding of English. Everyone in education—from teachers and administrators to students and support staff; from writers and editors to printers, packers, and shippers—are all struggling to deal with uncertainty, hardship, and running out of funds. Every once in a while we have to remember to breathe deep and take in the oxygen we need.

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