Using songs in the esl classroom It's great to use songs in the class, if only to do something a little different.
But beyond using them solely to give your students some 'light relief', there are many other ways songs can be used in ESL classrooms to consolidate what students have already learnt. Well, there is so much downtime during the holidays where kids and adults spend hours just passing the time… Many of these apps were found by The Teaching Palette, be sure to check out their fantastic site for more helpful resources!
It’s time for holiday road trips and you know what that means: driving, flying, cranky kids, and… From learning the ABCs to doodling, there’s plenty of terrific apps out there that will pass the time but also educate.
If you have other apps you want added to this list, just add them in the comments.
Red Karaoke 80's Music 80s karaoke songs and backing tracks.
Enjoy listening and recording with this epic decade of music.
Online karaoke songs from the classic eighties hits and downloadable 80's backing tracks for singing in karaoke or a 80s party.
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If you’ve wondered where many of those You Tube videos get their background music from, you’ve come to the right place.
Music with Creative Commons licenses are music compositions written, produced and shared by people who do not charge anything when you use their music for your own use, commercially or non-commercially.
Basically, they make the music and keep ownership and copyright of it and you get the permission to use it for your videos, film or small multimedia productions, as long as you credit the creator properly.
There are many sites out there that house music with Creative Commons licenses, sites where you can download music for free (and legally).