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Login 1. How do teachers and students log in? What support platforms available? Accounts 3. What are the steps to add new teacher or student accounts? Please refer to this Video Guide for more details. How do I edit my profile and password? Click on your Username on the top right hand corner.
Learning and Teaching For teachers 5. How do I set up a class? Share the class code to your class. Do all teachers need to set up a class? It is recommended teachers open a class for each class. For example, if a teacher is teaching class 2A, 3C and 5D, then the teacher should open three classes and distribute the three different codes for each class.
Why do I have to set up a class? After entering the class code, all student activities can be viewed by the class teacher. Moreover, students can submit work to the teacher. Can I distribute assignments to my students? For students 9. Teaching Ideas Teaching resources could be found here to help teachers kick off using eResources in learning and teaching, and experience the benefits. Suggested Lesson Plan: Conditional Sentences Understanding Conditional sentences could be hard for second language learners.
This lesson plan shows how teachers could make use of BrainPOP ELL to help students learn the sentence patterns and the uses of conditional sentences in everyday conversation.
Past simple tense One thing local English teachers find it challenging is to recreate an authentic context in the classroom, which is important for students to understand concepts quite different from their mother tongue, for example, tenses. Teachers can look for suitable materials in the grammar topics list below:.