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Welcome

Welcome to Lingotise. We are passionate about the teaching of English as a Second Language (EAL) and have spent years looking at ways to aid EAL learning. This website focuses on the influence that drama activities, techniques and games can have in the second language classroom.

What we offer

We offer a range of drama based activities that are proven to facilitate communication and support the learning of English as a Second Language. These activities include Scripts, Games, Role Play Activities, Songs and much more! From September 2014 we will also be offering drama workshops for schools aimed specifically for EAL students.

Why drama?

Learning a new language can be a frustrating experience – drama takes pupils away from textbooks and desks, putting them in real life contexts where they can learn a language in a safe and comforting atmosphere. Drama activities are much more useful than phrase books – they allow pupils to explore real life situations in a safe and comforting atmosphere.

Coming soon

There are a number of new things coming soon to Lingotise… September 2014 – Book a Drama Workshop; November 2014 – Starter packs (props/masks/scripts); January 2015 – More FREE resources; April 2015 – Forum Launch

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Our Resources

We have a range of resources available to use in the EAL classroom, including scripts, warm up activities, role play ideas and much more. Find more here.

Script of the month

We have a free script available to download each month.
May 2014 – Little Red Riding Hood.

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Songs

The use of music can relax students, creating the comfortable environment needed for language learning. The repetitive nature of the songs makes them such a great aid to language learning, particularly with vocabulary. The songs are ones that British schoolchildren will be familiar with, and so this offers the opportunity for EAL students to sample British culture through song. Most importantly, songs are fun!

 

You've Got a friend in me

The Whole world in our hands

We go together

Walking on sunshine

Under the sea

Two by two

Twinkle Twinkle little star

Three little birds

This little light of mine

The wheels on the bus

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Seaside

Sea Sea Sea

Over The Sea

Oh Happy Day

Mulberry Bush

Kumbaya

Jingle Bells

Jingle Bells Rock

I wanna Be Like You

Incey Wincey Spider

I'm a beliver

I can see clearly now

Hush

Humpty Dumpty

Hot Cross Buns

Hickory Dickory Dock

Heigh Ho

Heads Shoulders

Happy and you know it

Hakuna Matata

Go Tell It to the mountain

Frosty

Down by the river

Crazy Moose

Build Me Up Butter Cup

Boom Chicka Boom

Bingo

Bare Necessities

Baa Baa Black Sheep

Any Dream Will Do

Ain't no mountain high enough



 

 

 

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