This is a brand new infographic for English teachers and students at Elementary level and above. Why not use it to spark discussion with your English language students? How far do you agree with the sentiments expressed? Why? What is the real meaning of the infographic?
10 Good Reasons NOT to Read – Infographic
10 Good Reasons NOT to Read
We all know that reading is BORING, but here are 10 more reasons not to read:
You have LESS time to play with your phone.
Cool kids DO NOT read books.
You CANNOT take a selfie with a book.
Books contain words, which can be DIFFICULT to understand.
It is DEMANDING to imagine a story in your mind.
Books are HEAVY to carry around all day.
Why read when it is easier to WATCH and SCROLL?
Books are NOT FREE (except at the library) – unlike social media.
Ignorance is BLISS!
If you read, you could become SMARTER than me.
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Are you a teacher whose students seem to be more gifted at copying and pasting online texts than actually thinking for themselves?
Do you feel suspicious when you read your students’ homework and it appears that they have gained native speaker-level writing skills overnight?
Are you concerned that your students think you are a fool who won’t be able to spot their blatant cheating?
Do you need to learn about or brush up on the most common types of plagiarism?
This really helpful infographic from elearninginfographics via blog.plagiarismsearch.com is here to help! Discover the top ten types of plagiarism, including the classic ‘Mashup’ – where a student brings together words from a variety of sources, and passes this hybrid off as their own work – without the relevant citation.
Improve your English vocabulary by learning and using these 20 English phrasal verbs with RUN:
20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN (Infographic)
20 English Phrasal Verbs with RUN:
run about – run during play
run across – discover
run after – chase
run away – flee
run down – list
run somebody down – criticise
run into somebody – meet accidentally
run into something – encounter a problem
run off – print copies
run off with somebody – elope
run on – keep running
run on – be powered by
run out (of) – have none left
run out on – abandon
run over – hit with a vehicle
run something past somebody – check
run through something – preview
run to – reach a certain amount
run up (a bill) – spend a lot
run with something – accept and support
We know from our experience that it doesn’t really help much when somebody we care about is crying their heart out and all we can think of to say is ‘Stop crying’. Want to be more helpful? Try the approaches in this useful infographic from Happiness is Here Blog: