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Flexibel und digital ins neue Semester!

Flexibel und digital ins neue Semester!

Aktion für Kursleitende

Testen Sie jetzt 30 Tage lang kostenlos eines unserer Digitalen Unterrichtspakete oder holen Sie sich eine von fast 300 kostenlosen digitalen Ausgaben unserer Kurs- und Übungsbücher für Ihren Unterricht!

Alle Informationen unter:

> https://www.klett-sprachen.de/flexibel-digital

Sprachen unterrichten - flexibel digital!

Sprachen unterrichten - flexibel digital!

Film ab: Inspiration für Ihren Unterricht

Entdecken Sie jetzt unser digitales Programm und lassen Sie sich im Video inspirieren!

Digitale Unterrichtspakete, Digitale Ausgaben, Klett Augmented und noch mehr:
Für jeden das Passende: Einfach gut!

Alle Informationen, Produkte, viele Tipps und Tricks unter:

> www.klett-sprachen.de/digital

NEU: Klett Tipps Erwachsenenbildung

NEU: Klett Tipps Erwachsenenbildung

Raus mit der Sprache!

Die neuen Klett Tipps zum Thema Sprechen sind da! In der neuen Ausgabe dreht sich alles rund ums Sprechen - im Präsenz- und Online-Unterricht!

Bingo, Kettenübungen und lebhafte Diskussionen: Unsere Autorinnen und Autoren verraten, wie Sie spielerisch neue Redeanlässe schaffen oder bewährte Übungen für den Virtual Classroom anpassen können. Außerdem gibt es spannende Interviews, passende Produkttipps und mehr!

> jetzt neue Ausgabe kostenlos herunterladen (PDF)

> alle Klett Tipps-Ausgaben auf einen Blick

Die neue Klett-Augmented-App ist da!

Die neue Klett-Augmented-App ist da!

Alle neuen Funktionen im Video entdecken und App kostenlos updaten!

Es ist soweit: Die neue Klett-Augmented-App ist da!
 
Laden Sie jetzt kostenlos die neue Version der App auf Ihr Gerät und profitieren Sie von vielen praktischen Funktionen! Wenn Sie die App bereits nutzen und automatische Updates eingestellt haben, wird die App auch automatisch aktualisiert.

Entdecken Sie die neue Klett-Augmented-App im Video:

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Digital von A bis Z!

Digital von A bis Z!

Ein kleines digitales Glossar

Was ist ein LMS? Was macht man in einem Flipped Classroom? Wir haben Begriffe rund um das Thema Online-unterricht in einem digitalen Alphabet gesammelt – nicht vollständig, aber vielleicht hilfreich!

> jetzt entdecken!

NEU: Klett Tipps Erwachsenenbildung

NEU: Klett Tipps Erwachsenenbildung

Online unterrichten - flexibel und mit Spaß!

In den neuen Klett Tipps steht das Thema Online-Unterricht im Fokus: Wir haben Sprachverantwortliche und Kursleitende gefragt, wie sie in den letzten Monaten ihren Unterricht "auf die Beine gestellt haben". Was hat sich bewährt – und was weniger?

Blended Learning, hybride Kursformate und LMS: Freuen Sie sich neben spannenden Berichten aus der Praxis auch auf Einblicke in die Digitalisierungsprozesse einer VHS, ein digitales Glossar und vieles mehr!

> jetzt neue Ausgabe kostenlos herunterladen (PDF)

> alle Klett Tipps-Ausgaben auf einen Blick

NEU: Klett Tipps

NEU: Klett Tipps

THEMA: Ein Bild sagt mehr als tausend Worte.

Bilder spielen im Sprachunterricht schon immer eine wichtige Rolle. Entdecken Sie jetzt viele neue Ideen und Tipps unsere Autorinnen und Autoren rund um den Bildeinsatz im Unterricht! Sie werden überrascht sein, was man mit einem Bild alles machen kann!

Außerdem verraten wir, wie Fotos und Illustrationen eigentlich in unsere Bücher kommen.

> jetzt neue Ausgabe kostenlos herunterladen (PDF)

> alle Klett Tipps-Ausgaben auf einen Blick

Jetzt entdecken: Das Digitale Unterrichtspaket

Jetzt entdecken: Das Digitale Unterrichtspaket

Neues Video!

Kennen Sie schon unsere neue Unterrichtssoftware? Im Digitalen Unterrichtspaket stehen das Kurs- und Übungsbuch, das Lehrerhandbuch, alle Mediendateien zum Lehrwerk und vieles mehr klickbereit für Sie zur Verfügung - ideal zur Vorbereitung zu Hause und zum Einsatz im Unterricht.

Lernen Sie im Video die Funktionen im Überblick kennen!
> direkt zum Video

Alle Informationen und Titel finden Sie hier:
> www.klett-sprachen.de/digitales-unterrichtspaket

Unterricht in Zeiten von Corona

Unterricht in Zeiten von Corona

Unterstützung und Anregungen für Schulen, Institutionen, Lehrende und Lernende

Die Ausbreitung des Coronavirus beeinflusst unser Leben, den öffentlichen Raum und damit auch Ihren Sprachunterricht.

Wir haben Anregungen, Videos und mehr für Sie zusammengestellt: Wählen Sie Ihren Bereich und erfahren Sie alles zu unseren digitalen Ausgaben, Online-Seminaren und unserer Fachberatung.

Wir stehen Ihnen auch in Zeiten von Corona für Ihre Fragen und Anliegen zur Verfügung!

> zu den aktuellen Informationen

World Fun Fair Month

World Fun Fair Month

Did you know?

Roll up! Roll up! For the second year, the world famous Oktoberfest has been cancelled, but don’t let that stop you enjoying some fun of the fair this September.

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Better learning and learning better

Better learning and learning better

Teaching tip

From the very first lesson, help your students to learn better and more effectively.

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Listening practice

Listening practice

Teaching tip

In real-life situations, there are often no opportunities to ‘play it again’, so practising, and learning strategies for, listening is an important part of feeling competent with English. Listening is a usual part of every lesson, but there are particular ways you can help your students to listen better.

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Video tip: First lesson ideas – offline and online

Video tip: First lesson ideas – offline and online

Teaching tip

No need to be afraid of online teaching. Watch Gillian teaching her first online lesson and pick up some interesting ideas for your lessons.

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Miming games for online or the classroom

Miming games for online or the classroom

Teaching tip

These activities are good for changing the tempo in the classroom or for the end of a lesson. Model each activity first and encourage students to think of their own mimes.

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The Summer Olympics

The Summer Olympics

Did you know?

Like many public events over the past year, the Tokyo Olympics have been postponed for one year. Finally on 23 July 2021 we can all watch (the socially-distanced) 2020 opening ceremony.

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World Book and Copyright Day

World Book and Copyright Day

Did you know?

Read, so you never feel alone – from Austen to Dickens, from Angelou to Wilde there is always someone to keep you company, while expanding your horizons. And you can let your reading be part of something worldwide: World Book and Copyright Day.

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Video tip: A Great! way to survive online!

Video tip: A Great! way to survive online!

Teaching tip

Seit über einem Jahr unterrichten vielen von Ihnen auch oder nur online. Daher interessiert es Sie vielleicht, wie eine gelungene Online-Stunde mit Great! Survival English aussehen könnte. Schauen Sie sich das Video an und lassen Sie sich davon überzeugen, wie gut die Tipps in der Praxis funktionieren. Viel Erfolg!

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Jokes in the classroom

Jokes in the classroom

Teaching tip

There are lots of ways you can use jokes in the classroom – try one of these!

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Video tip: Active grammar presentation

Video tip: Active grammar presentation

Teaching tip

Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I might remember; involve me and I’ll actually learn.

Using the example of the present continuous, Dagmar explains how personalising your material can really help students to learn their grammar as involving students in creating sentences about themselves helps to make the grammar more memorable. Have a look at the video and see for yourself.

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Five Christmas activities for the socially distanced classroom

Five Christmas activities for the socially distanced classroom

Teaching tip

1 Finish the phrase.
This call and response activity is a good energiser. Think of any common phrases that are connected to Christmas, for example Jingle Bells. You say Jingle and students reply Bells. Carry on with more phrases: Merry Christmas, Santa Claus, Father Christmas, Silent Night, Happy New Year, Figgy pudding, Deck the halls, Let it snow, Last Christmas, Peace on earth. If students know any other expressions, then encourage them to call out the first half of the phrase. You could continue this game with any other well-known expressions the students have learnt, for example, fish and chips.

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The history of Christmas

The history of Christmas

Did you know?

Last minute shopping for presents, over-eating on mince pies, drinking too much sherry: Christmas wasn’t always like this!

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The Great British Spring Clean – moved to September

The Great British Spring Clean – moved to September

Did you know?

Clearing out and cleaning up are usually part of spring’s agenda – but this year the Spring Clean is the Autumn Clean!

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Video tip: Two truths and one lie

Video tip: Two truths and one lie

Teaching tip

 

Watch Lynda trying to discover which of Dagmar’s claims are true – and which one is the lie.

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Questions, questions, questions

Questions, questions, questions

Teaching tip

 

1 Who am I?
This game practises second person questions: Are you…? Do you…? Have you got …? Did you…?

Think of a famous person, Barack Obama or Kylie Monogue for example, and the students have to guess who you are but you can only answer yes or no. For example, Are you a man?  Let students take turns to think of a famous person.
Check for correct question formation.

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Flexibel ins Sommersemester 2021!

Flexibel ins Sommersemester 2021!

Kostenlose Testlizenzen und Leitfäden für Ihren Online-Unterricht

Wie starten Sie in das neue Semester?
Beginnt Ihr erster Blended-Learning-Kurs oder der Unterricht im Virtual Classroom?
Ganz egal, mit welchem Unterrichtsmodell Sie arbeiten, wir haben die passenden Materialien für Sie!

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World Emoji Day

World Emoji Day

Did you know?

Emojis have become such a fundamental part of our online life it’s hard to remember a time without them.

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Video tip: A pack of cards – offline and online

Video tip: A pack of cards – offline and online

Teaching tip

Using an ordinary pack of cards in the classroom can add some fun to teaching. From dividing people up into groups to practising tenses, see how you can use a pack of playing cards in your teaching.

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Five quick online activities

Five quick online activities

Teaching tip

Warmers and fillers are just as important in the digital world of teaching as they are in the traditional classroom.
So why not try these five activities!

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Commonwealth Day

Commonwealth Day

Did you know?

Although the United Kingdom may have left the European Union, it still remains central to that bigger association of countries: the Commonwealth.

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Video tip: Running dictation

Video tip: Running dictation

Teaching tip

Do you want to use an activity in your classroom that uses all the skills and introduces a change of pace? Then have a look at Dagmar explaining how to use a running dictation in your lesson.

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The famous four skills

The famous four skills

Teaching tip

There are plenty of mini activities which practise the four skills speaking, listening, reading and writing.

 

Speaking – Guessing games are good opportunities for speaking.

I spy is a great no-preparation speaking game. I spy, with my little eye something beginning with ‘p’. Students have to look around the room and identify something beginning with that letter: Paper? Pencil? Poster? Pen?

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A right royal German Christmas!

A right royal German Christmas!

Did you know?

You may well know that Britons love their Christmas trees – but perhaps you didn’t know that it was Queen Victoria who was instrumental in popularizing this tradition.

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Christmas activities

Christmas activities

Teaching tip

Here are five short Christmas activities to keep your students in a festive mood!

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Video tip: Season’s Greetings

Video tip: Season’s Greetings

Teaching tip

Watch and enjoy Lynda’s video about writing Christmas letters.

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Internet day

Internet day

Did you know?

Heaven or hell?  Is there life without your laptop, mobile phone, computer and the Internet? Using the Internet for booking flight tickets and train tickets, ordering books and new clothes, or scrolling through the news and funny pictures of cats. We take all this for granted now, but can you remember how it used to be? All that time queuing and travelling to make purchases and finding out information. Yet, it is less than 20 years since our lives changed so much.

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Video tip: Jigsaw reading

Video tip: Jigsaw reading

Teaching tip

Watch Dagmar explaining how to use jigsaw activities using texts from your course book. These activities are excellent to use because they practice the four skills – reading, speaking, listening and writing.

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The Internet

The Internet

Teaching tip

Here are five ways to encourage your students to use the Internet for language learning.
 

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Role plays: Keep on learning

Role plays: Keep on learning

Teaching tip

Here are six fun and effective ways for your students to keep on learning over the summer holidays:
 

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Video tip: Modelling tenses

Video tip: Modelling tenses

Teaching tip

Watch the video and see how Lynda’s neat exercise practises the future ‘going to…’, the present progressive and the present perfect simple.

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The BBC Proms

The BBC Proms

Did you know?

The Proms (or to use their full name, The BBC Promenade Concerts) have become a well-established feature of British cultural life since their founding by Henry Wood in 1895. From mid-July to mid-September there are over 90 daily concerts, which are organized and broadcast by the BBC, in the Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall in London, and outdoor concerts ‘Proms in the Park’ events across the UK.

 

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NEU: Niveauübergreifende Online-Einstufungstests

NEU: Niveauübergreifende Online-Einstufungstests

Jetzt entdecken!

Die niveauübergreifenden Einstufungstests bewerten die Sprachkenntnisse Ihrer Lernenden von A1 bis B1 (DaF bis C1, Englisch bis B2). Nach der Auswertung erhalten die Lernenden eine Einschätzung, auf welchem Niveau sie sich befinden.

Die neuen Tests stehen für Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Englisch, Spanisch, Italienisch und Französisch kostenlos zur Verfügung. So haben Sie immer die Wahl, ob Sie einen allgemeinen Einstufungstest pro Sprache oder gezielt einen Einstufungstest zum Lehrwerk einsetzen möchten.

Gleich ausprobieren!

 

NEU: Klett Tipps

NEU: Klett Tipps

THEMA: Keine Angst vor Fehlern!

oh nein, ein Fehler! Dass Fehler gar nicht negativ, sondern ein wichtiger Schritt im Sprachlernprozess sind, beschreiben unsere Autorinnen und Autoren in den neuen Klett Tipps: Wie korrigiert man richtig? Welche Fehler gibt es? Und wie kann ich sie kreativ im Unterricht nutzen? Es gibt viele Ideen und Beispiele aus der Praxis zu entdecken.

Freuen Sie sich außerdem auf ein frisches Layout und auf neue Rubriken: Unter „Nachgefragt bei“ lernen Sie in jeder Ausgabe Mitarbeiter und Mitarbeiterinnen aus verschiedenen Bereichen unseres Verlags kennen.

> jetzt neue Ausgaben herunterladen (PDF)

> alle Klett Tipps Ausgaben im Archiv

Role plays: five mini activities

Role plays: five mini activities

Teaching tip

Role plays are great ways for students to practise functional language.

Remember: When you do role plays, it is much easier for students to find their role if they have some props or a costume. It doesn’t have to be much: a hat, a badge, a bag, a pencil and notebook or an apron. And try to rearrange the furniture so that you are no longer in the classroom, but at the airport, at the police station, in the shop, in the restaurant or at the hotel. Wherever you want the action to take place.

Give students plenty of time to prepare what they want to say to each other. But allow for an element of surprise.

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Video tip: Change places if …

Video tip: Change places if …

Teaching tip

Watch the video and see how Dagmar uses a great technique to introduce energy and movement into the classroom. In the video she uses examples of tenses: present continuous, past simple and present perfect.

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International Haiku Poetry Day

International Haiku Poetry Day

Did you know?

You may remember having a go at writing a haiku at some point in your English lessons at school; it’s the Japanese three-line poem that has a strict 17-syllable count of five syllables in the first line, seven in the second and five in the third. And 17 April is the day for its international celebration.

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Video tip: Four corners (Making groups)

Video tip: Four corners (Making groups)

Teaching tip

Watch our video in which Lynda demonstrates an interesting way to divide the class into four groups. In each case you‘ll see that the students have to do a little bit of work to find which group they belong to.

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USA and UK: 5 mini activities

USA and UK: 5 mini activities

Teaching tip

1 Culture

Draw this table on the board and ask students to work in pairs to complete it.

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Presidents’ Day

Presidents’ Day

Did you know?

The president who was only in office for one month, the one who resigned and the four incumbents who were assassinated in office: all US presidents are remembered on Presidents’ Day which falls on the third Monday in February.

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Sing a song at Christmas!

Sing a song at Christmas!

Did you know?

Do you like singing Christmas carols and other Christmas songs? Then you’re sure to enjoy finding out about their histories.

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5 short Christmas actvities

5 short Christmas actvities

Teaching tip

1 Christmas word maker

On the board write MERRY CHRISTMAS. Tell students to find as many words as possible with three letters or more. They can only use each letter once. Examples: has, ties, rich, steam, teach. Give students five minutes and then see who has most words.

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Video tip: Pass the parcel at Christmas

Video tip: Pass the parcel at Christmas

Teaching tip

Watch the first new video in our series of short clips for the classroom. In this edition, Dagmar shows you a fun activity for your Christmas lessons.

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World card making day

World card making day

Did you know?

Births, marriages and deaths are not the only reasons people send cards. There are over one billion reasons why greetings cards are sent in the United Kingdom.

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Revision games

Revision games

Teaching tip

The class have all arrived for the new semester and now, before the students start with new material, it’s a good time to have a fun look at what they have already learnt and do some revision games.

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Where do we go from here? - Take a break!

Where do we go from here? - Take a break!

Teaching tip

The typical situation at the end of a CEF level: Your class has successfully completed their course book. Half of the students are already eagerly looking forward to the next level. The others feel they need more practice and are worried they won’t be able to cope with the challenge.

You find yourself facing that critical question: Where do we go from here?

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Neue Klett Tipps-Ausgabe zum Thema

Neue Klett Tipps-Ausgabe zum Thema "Farbe"

Bunte Ideen mit praktischen Kopiervorlagen

Alles im grünen Bereich! In der neuen Klett Tipps-Ausgabe nehmen wir das Motto unserer aktuellen Kampagne mal ganz wörtlich: „Sprachen machen das Leben bunter“!

Freuen Sie sich auf sechs tolle Ideen und gestalten Sie für Ihre Lernenden eine bunte Unterrichtsstunde zum Thema „Farbe“.

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American Independence Day or Fourth of July

American Independence Day or Fourth of July

Did you know?

A national holiday of fireworks and celebrations as the United States of America commemorates the day that it came into being in 1776.

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Independence in the classroom

Independence in the classroom

Teaching tip

Try these methods to help facilitate a more independent-learning atmosphere in the classroom. The majority of students will not become independent overnight; there are, however, ways to encourage them.

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Encourage students to become independent learners!

Encourage students to become independent learners!

Teaching tip

Here are six activities which can help students achieve that goal.

1
Prepare one of the many 6-minute English listening programmes from the BBC. Depending on the level of your learners, you could give a copy of the transcript in the lesson and then ask them to listen to the programme for homework. Build on this by encouraging students to listen to (any) of the 6-minute English listening programmes in the following weeks and then to report back to the rest of the class. This also encourages listening to authentic English.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/general/sixminute/2013/01/130117_6min_archive_2011.shtml

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Neu: Spielerisch lernen mit Quizfragen für Kahoot!

Neu: Spielerisch lernen mit Quizfragen für Kahoot!

Entdecken Sie unsere neuen Quizfragen für Kahoot!

Mit dem kostenlosen, interaktiven Quizformat Kahoot! trainieren Lernende Wortschatz, Grammatik und Landeskunde einfach, schnell und mit Spaß! Ob in der Aufwärmphase zu Beginn, als Pausenaktivität oder als Belohnung am Ende der Kursstunde: Das Kahoot! Quiz bringt Abwechslung und Dynamik in Ihren Unterricht - passgenau zu den Lektionen des Lehrwerks!

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Traditional folk-dancing

Traditional folk-dancing

Did you know?

Yes, it’s that time of year again, when the bells are dusted, the sticks are polished and flowers are arranged around the straw hats – it’s the Morris Dancing season in England.

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Moving in the classroom

Moving in the classroom

Teaching tip

Getting students out of their seats in the classroom can be good for them – but it’s sometimes difficult to think of useful activities. Why not try these?

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Revising grammar

Revising grammar

Teaching tip

Try and make grammar revision fun – it can help students learn!

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Kostenlose Kopiervorlagen zu Network Now

Kostenlose Kopiervorlagen zu Network Now

Bringen Sie Ihre Kursteilnehmenden zum Sprechen! Unsere Kopiervorlagen für 3 verschiedene Niveaustufen geben frische Impulse für kommunikative Aktivitäten in Partner- oder Gruppenarbeit.
 
> Kopiervorlage zu A1
> Kopiervorlage zu A2
> Kopiervorlage zu B1

 
Probieren Sie es gleich mit Ihrem Kurs aus! Wir wünschen Ihnen viel Spaß dabei.

Decimal Day

Decimal Day

Did you know?

In Feburary 1971, nearly half a century ago, the United Kingdom and Ireland changed from pounds, shillings and pence and joined the rest of the world’s metric currencies.

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Out and about

Out and about

Teaching tip

Discover more about the culture, geography and history of the English-speaking world. You’ll find Out and about sections at the end of every second unit in Let’s Enjoy English First Steps and A1.1.

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Learning vocabulary

Learning vocabulary

Teaching tip

Words, words, words. We want our students to learn vocabulary as painlessly as possible – try these five different activities and see how learning those new words can be something to enjoy.

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Interviews zu digitalen Lösungen von Ernst Klett Sprachen

Interviews zu digitalen Lösungen von Ernst Klett Sprachen

Blicken Sie hinter die Kulissen im Verlag

Digitale Vorteile beim Unterrichten und Lernen sinnvoll nutzen: In fünf kurzen Videos berichten unsere Expertinnen und Experten aus den Bereichen Geschäftsleitung, Redaktion und digitale Entwicklung von ihrer Arbeit und Motivation bei der Erstellung digitaler Inhalte. Außerdem stellen sie neue Produkte vor. Klicken Sie rein!

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Take a break

Take a break

Teaching tip

…and have a breather in your lesson. In Let’s Enjoy English you’ll find a new addition: Take a break, especially designed to give your students a breather and allow them time to have a break and get themselves ready for the remainder of the lesson.

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Christmas comes but once a year …

Christmas comes but once a year …

Did you know?

… and when it comes, it brings good cheer.

Well, that’s what the saying claims, but for many people, Christmas and the holiday period can be very stressful. There are the cards to be written, the presents to be bought, the turkey to be stuffed and that’s without even thinking about all the other preparation that needs doing. And that’s not all…

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Best of NTC: Christmas

Best of NTC: Christmas

Teaching tip

Christmas comes but once a year, and when it comes, it brings good cheer.

We have a jolly sackful of Christmas and winter activities for you and your students to round off the year in the best of festive spirits.

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Jetzt neu: Let's Enjoy English

Jetzt neu: Let's Enjoy English

Enjoy teaching! Enjoy learning! Enjoy English!

Let’s Enjoy English – der moderne step-by-step Englischkurs sorgt mit überraschenden Unterrichtserlebnissen für einen extra Motivationskick und führt Schritt für Schritt ans Ziel!

Blättern Sie online durch den ersten Band First Steps, testen Sie die kostenlose Probelektion und schauen Sie sich ein Beispielvideo an.

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Freshers' Fair

Freshers' Fair

Did you know?

It’s the start of the university year in October and that means it’s Fresher’s Week – and there is sure to be a Freshers’ fair.

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Video tip: Elizabeth’s thirsty

Video tip: Elizabeth’s thirsty

Teaching tip

Watch Lynda giving some useful advice on getting your teeth around the tricky ‘th’ sound in English.

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Pronunciation activities

Pronunciation activities

Teaching tip

These pronunciation activities require great concentration, so use them to change the pace in a lesson. Do one exercise in one lesson and the second exercise in another lesson. Before using these activities, practise the individual sounds with students.

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Delta Publishing: Jetzt bei Klett

Delta Publishing: Jetzt bei Klett

Delta – a brand of the Klett Group

Wir freuen uns, Ihnen ab sofort das komplette Programm des renommierten ELT-Verlags DELTA Publishing bei Klett präsentieren zu können. Delta Publishing steht für Qualität in der Lehrerbildung und eignet sich für alle, die Englisch unterrichten.

Alle Delta-Titel von renommierten Autorinnen und Autoren finden Sie hier.

National Quiet Day

National Quiet Day

Did you know?

Shhh! Time to take a break from our noisy world on National Quiet Day.

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Video tip: Find a new partner

Video tip: Find a new partner

Teaching tip

Watch Lynda introduce a new way to encourage students to work with a new partner.

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Making groups in the classroom

Making groups in the classroom

Teaching tip

Do you want some new and interesting ways to divide your students into groups? Then read on…

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NEU: Klett Tipps

NEU: Klett Tipps

THEMA: Aktivieren und Motivieren

Was motiviert zum Sprachenlernen? Und wie bleiben Lernende am Ball? Entdecken Sie Tipps und neue Impulse für Ihren Sprachunterricht!

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National Fishing Month

National Fishing Month

Did you know?

Angling for an invitation or fishing for compliments: we have hooked a lot of fishing expressions into English. And now we can celebrate all things fishy in National Fishing Month.

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Video tip: Noughts and crosses

Video tip: Noughts and crosses

Teaching tip

Watch Dagmar revising vocabulary and bringing some fun and competition into the classroom with Noughts and crosses.

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Make them talk – even more!

Make them talk – even more!

Teaching tip

Refresh Now and Let’s Talk Now – both provide great opportunities to motivate your students to talk. Have a look at the activity pages delivered to your letterbox, which focused on page 41 in Let’s Talk Now A2 and page 23 of Refresh Now B1:  

And you can exploit the material even more.

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Unterrichtsideen aus der Praxis!

Unterrichtsideen aus der Praxis!

Take a break: Ideen von Unterrichtenden

Mit welchen kleinen Auszeiten lockern Sie Ihren Unterricht auf? Im April haben wir Kursleiterinnen und Kursleiter für Englisch nach ihren Praxistipps gefragt. Herzlichen Dank für die zahlreichen Einsendungen! Eine kleine Auswahl haben wir jetzt für Sie zum Download zusammengestellt.

Viel Spaß beim Ausprobieren!

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UK Snap General Election

UK Snap General Election

Did you know?

Not another one! The British electorate are getting fed up with going to the polling stations and making decisions. As Brenda in Bristol said: There’s too much politics going on at the moment!

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Video tip: Instructions

Video tip: Instructions

Teaching tip

Watch the latest in our video series of short clips for the classroom. In this edition, Lynda shows you a tip on using instructions in the classroom and how to get everybody’s attention after a noisy activity.
 

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Classroom management

Classroom management

Teaching tip

One of the wonderful things about teaching adults is that we don’t usually have any discipline problems. Students are in the lesson because they have chosen to be there, so thank your lucky stars we don’t have to worry about misbehaving students. However sometimes people are consistently late and this can disturb the lesson. What can you do about it?

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Sprachen unterrichten!

Sprachen unterrichten!

Entdecken Sie jetzt unsere neuen Broschüren

In den neuen Broschüren gibt es viel zu entdecken:

Hier finden Sie alle aktuellen Lehrwerke auf einen Blick, Unterrichtsmaterial und viele Extras online. Und das Beste: Wir haben viele Kopiervorlagen für Sie zusammengestellt, die Sie direkt in der nächsten Unterrichtsstunde einsetzen können!

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Video tip: Paper planes

Video tip: Paper planes

Teaching tip

There’s some action in the air this month with Dagmar’s tip about using paper planes in the classroom. Take a look at the clip and watch your lesson take off!

 

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You read it here first!

You read it here first!

Teaching tip

Have you heard about the Oscar nominated film Lion, starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman? And did the story sound familiar? Here’s why…

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British Sandwich Week

British Sandwich Week

Did you know?

It might only be two slices of bread with a filling, but the sandwich has a big role in the British kitchen. And you can celebrate all things ‘sandwich’ from 14th to 20th May.

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Easter traditions around the world

Easter traditions around the world

Did you know?

From cathedrals in the United Kingdom to parsley and potatoes in the garden, there’s plenty to consider over Easter. And don’t forget chocolate bilbies!

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Video tip: Five words

Video tip: Five words

Teaching tip

Are you sometimes stuck for a good warmer in the first few minutes of a lesson? Then watch Dagmar’s tip here Five words on how to exploit students’ vocabulary. And you can be sure that your students will all start talking!

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5x5

5x5

Teaching tip

Here are five fun activities which are all based on the number five.
 

1 The number 5 quiz
Read out these questions all connected to the number five.
a. What is the Roman numeral for five?
b. Name the five senses.
c. What is 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5?
d. What is the name of the British Security Service?
e. Who created the perfume Number 5?

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World Water Day on 22 March

World Water Day on 22 March

Did you know?

Water: tasteless, odourless and almost colourless – but it’s essential to our existence.
And that’s why the UN created World Water Day.

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Klett Augmented

Klett Augmented

Teaching tip

Contactless payments? Self-driving cars? 3D-printing? There are lots of new technological advances that make our lives easier. And we’re making teaching and learning easier, too, with Klett Augmented – a fantastic app to make learning more fun.

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Best of NTC: Zero lessons

Best of NTC: Zero lessons

Teaching tip

Be perfectly prepared for your first lesson with the Network Now Zero lessons.

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Video tip: Name cards

Video tip: Name cards

Teaching tip

Sabine? Sandra? Susanne? - Don’t be at a loss again with students’ names. Watch Lynda show you how to construct a sturdy, stable name card that is easy to make, and will not collapse.

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Best of NTC: New Year’s Eve

Best of NTC: New Year’s Eve

Teaching tip

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something for you!

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Games in the classroom

Games in the classroom

Teaching tip

Let’s Talk Now A2 has some fun activities including great games – just what you’re looking for in the run up to Christmas.

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