Teacher's Notes

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Teacher’s Notes on YouTube

  • Teacher’s Notes YouTube Channel has a new address !

Lots of useful videos for ESL, EFL English students.. and teachers. 

Please check it out.. and if you like what you see, remember to subscribe ๐Ÿ™‚

Adjectives and Synonyms – a short introduction





Conjunctions – a short grammar lesson

25 Most Common Irregular Verbs

Latest video now online – ‘Most common Irregular Verbs’ Ideal for students & teachers

Online Learning: Teacher’s Notes on YouTube

Online Learning – Adjectives ‘ed’ & ‘ing’

Latest online grammar lesson now on YouTube.

This lesson focuses on the correct use of adjectives which end in ‘ed’ & ‘ing’. Hopefully this lesson will be useful for students learning English as a foreign language, especially those students preparing for exams such as IELTS & TOEIC. Lesson may also be useful for teachers using flipped learning and blended learning in the ESL / EFL classroom

STELLAR Literacy – Stories for young learners

STELLAR is a Singaporean approach to support students develop their literacy skills and a love of reading.

In a typical STELLAR lesson the teacher introduces the story and reads to the class from a Big Book. ย The teacher then focused on the language items, structures and skills explicitly, including concepts of print, phonics and grammar.

Finally the teacher introduces follow up activities such as drama and art, based on the content of the story.

Here are a selection of the most popular STELLAR story books.


Flipped Learning: Grammar Lessons for English language students

Been busy the past week or so updating my YouTube channel with some online grammar lessons which I think English language students will find useful. Just click on the link below to see the new collection… and if you like what you see, please remember to subscribe ๐Ÿ™‚

Flipped Learning: Past Tense with Regular Verbs (Pronunciation)

Here is my latest flipped learning video on YouTube for students learning English as a second language (ESL). It focused on the correct pronunciation of regular verbs in the past simple tense. Hope you find it useful !

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