Study Notes The Art of Highlighting @studygene... - LEARN, DON'T STUDY. Five fail-safe ways to silence a noisy class. 1.
The unexpected Done correctly this idea never fails. Present the class with something they’re not expecting then hold back on the explanation. Kids are naturally inquisitive and will be desperate to know why you’ve arranged the classroom differently, switched on coloured lights, set up some weird equipment or walked in backwards. This puts the power ball very much back in your court. 2. It’s surprising how much intrigue can be built up with nothing more expensive or creative than an envelope labelled "Mission Instructions" or "Top Secret". 3. CREATIVE LOW-COST TEACHING/LEARNING AIDS. Have you watched the TED talk where Linsey Pollak turns a carrot into a clarinet using an electric drill and plays his ‘carrinet’?
Apart from giving a completely new meaning to the concept of playing with food, he gives a perfect example of endless possibilities of imagination and creativity which might result in something absolutely practical: a musical instrument at a much cheaper price and a full day’s supply of vitamin A as added value. How can we turn our creativity into something tangible and valuable for the classroom? One of the ways is to create our own teaching/learning aids out of whatever we have available. Easy Decision Maker. Learnenglishkids.britishcouncil. Keep calm and carry on teaching: Gra bez nazwy, ale fajna. Ledwo zaczął się rok szkolny, a ja już z niczym nie wyrabiam.
Jestem kłębkiem nerwów i zgorzkniałą frustratką... Pożalę się Wam, wiem, że mogę liczyć na Wasze wsparcie. W skrócie chodzi o to, że odkąd wróciłam do roboty, to mojemu dziecku włączył się protest mode, który manifestuje na wszelkie możliwe sposoby. Oględnie mówiąc, angażuje całą uwagę, czas, a przede wszystkim cierpliwość rodzica. Paper Toys: Flextangles. Today’s paper toys, Flextangles, are the fourth project in our collaborative series STEAM POWER: Empowering kids to explore the world through creative projects.
Today’s topic is COMPUTE! Since I recently answered this question wrong, I decided it might be good idea for me to limit my math based project to something I’m good at: geometry. I’ve been itching to try making a flexagon ever since my friend Erica mentioned them, so I decided it was high time we made one. If you aren’t familiar with flexagons scroll down to find out more. I also decided to incorporate drawing into the project to add a level of “computation.” This post contains affiliate links to products I love and recommend to my readers, plus it keeps this little blog o’mine afloat!
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BusyTeacher.org Mobile. IT AIN’T WHAT YOU USE. – Are your wands real magic wands?
– Yes! They are! But magic comes from within you, not the wand. Mobile. We have already discussed student motivation before.
Here are 10 more ways you can motivate your students today. 1Children fulfill the expectations that the adults around them communicate. This does not mean that every student will score 100% on every test we write. It does mean that if you communicate to a child that he or she is failure, he or she will fail. If you communicate to that same child that he or she will succeed; you will often find that that is the outcome. Variety is enjoyable for students and teachers alike. How to draw people and actions. Monoface. Teacher's Pet - Free Worksheet & Puzzle Maker. Welcome to PenPal World. Moviemaker. Make digital movies online. Formerly Dfilm. Home. Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Mobile. The Language Menu - A webportal for teachers.
Katherine Bilsborough - Interaction patterns: why and how? Variety: the spice of life For me, the best lessons have a variety of interaction patterns.
Learners might start off the lesson doing a mingling activity as a warmer. This would involve the whole class. Then they might spend time doing individual work, maybe reading a text or doing some exercises. Later in the lesson learners might work with a partner in a speaking activity, perhaps finishing off the lesson with group activity such as a team vocabulary game. The 4 Cs Varied interaction is important for several reasons, not least to ward off boredom and to make sure learners get to know each other and form classroom relationships.
10 lekcji angielskiego z Topem Wszech Czasów (listą piosenek radiowej Trójki) Summer Resources for Teachers. 8 Classic storytelling techniques for engaging presentations - Sparkol. 32 Brilliant Illustrations That Show What's Wrong With Society Today. How To Teach Idioms to your ESL students - Off2Class. Over the years, I’ve often debated whether to teach idioms to my ESL students… On the one hand, idioms are an ever-changing, regionally variable and downright tricky part of the English language.
On the other hand, Idioms are very common in spoken (and increasingly) written English. To achieve natural fluency (especially spoken), they are required. I’ve come to the conclusion that Idioms are a worthwhile teaching endeavour, but only to my Upper-Intermediate and Advanced students. There are a vast number of idioms in English used in so many different contexts (e.g. shopping, workplace, sports) that tackling the category with your students can be daunting.
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