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Q: Anyone know of any websites offering free English teaching plans/material?

7 years 22 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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apples4theteacher.com

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Busy Teacher.com, bogglesworld, Daves Esl Cafe

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How long have you been using the internet? Were you born yesterday? You can pretty much google that or just type in any random words on the search engine and come up with 1000's of these teaching plans. If you really want some good one's you have to pay for those. If you want mediocre one's those are free. You can go to teacherspayteachers.com and find some lesson plans there. I use another website other than that one, but you can try that one!

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