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.

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

Mar 23, 2020 - 0 comments

April is usually a fun time. But sadly, the news all around us creates anxiety...What will happen next? Schools, jobs, shopping, health all affected by COVID-19, and in unpredictable ways. We all need to make plans in case of ...? What if? And help students get the vocabulary they need to understand what's happening with coronavirus/COVID-19, what the government is doing, how to prevent it, how to weather it without infecting elderly or immune-compromised others.

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

Feb 24, 2020 - 0 comments

Happy Women's History Month! We're seeing strong female contenders for president and they are being judged on their competence, not gender. March is a great opportunity to draw attention to the women who helped change our country.

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

Jan 27, 2020 - 0 comments

Wow, lots of news happening in the world outside our classrooms. The impeachment of the president...a historical event plus the Democratic debates, early caucuses, and primary elections...But the brink of war?

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

Dec 23, 2019 - 1 comment

Happy New Year! January is the month named for Janus, the Roman god with two faces. Janus was the god of doorways; of people coming in and going out. Which seems symbolic right now in a number of ways. New students often arrive in January. And our president will learn his fate in the Senate. Will he be staying or going?

December 2019 Easy English NEWS Monthly Teacher's Guide and Quiz

Dec 02, 2019 - 0 comments

Happy holidays to you and all of your students. The holidays are a great time to share U.S. traditions with students and to have students share the ways that they celebrate holidays in their homes and cultures. Conversations about joyful experiences at holiday can be some of the most valuable interactions for English Language Learners.

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