Our aim is to help you with resources that you can use online. We hope these prove useful and engaging for your students. Please feel free to share these with your colleagues, too.
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How to use DELTA Slides
These notes are a general guide on how to use the DELTA slides online with your students.
DELTA slides: Teaching online
Find someone who...
Finding others with similar interests in a small-group chat.
Class book blog
Reading and blogging about a book
My favourite podcast
Exploring audio podcasts and reporting back
1. Learner book blogs: Recommending different books 2. Blog diary: Keeping an online journal
What's my line?
Watching and listening to movie trailers
Making "How to" videos
Taking others site-seeing
2 more activities
1. Class wish list: Providing feedback on class activities 2. Electronic portfolios: Creating electronic portfolios for evaluation
Pictures in close-up
Getting students to be more observant and encouraging them to create stories around pictures.
talking about colours, clothes and fashion
typical British dishes and discussing what students normally eat
Past Simple: A2/B1
some great revision for getting students to perfect using the past simple, especially irregular verbs
IELTS Writing Task 1
Describing a line graph with vocabulary revision and a model answer.
How would you feel? Talking about emotions and what students would have done in an awkward situation.
Our House: A1
Great slides for improving your students' vocabulary of everyday objects around the house and some great homework tasks
Free time: A2
Get your students talking about their free time activities and revise comparatives and superlatives.
Baking & cooking: Level B1 - B1+
Slides for cooking. Your students will love this lesson based around a baking competition
Easter: Level A2
Slides for a lesson about Easter and sharing the cultural aspects of this seasonal event.