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Shakespeare Games for Kids

Around the classroom… Oct7 Here are some new things I have going on in my classroom.

Around the classroom…

I now post the “I can” statements on the board for each grade. I also have a Free Draw Challenge. It’s a list of challenges for them to do if they have extra time and want to “free draw.” In the past, I let them draw whatever on their free draw paper and sometimes I would get nice drawings but most of the time I would see tic tac toe or them writing their name or a bunch of scribbles. This is a new page of challenges for Fall/Halloween. And this last picture is not a new thing but I laminated it and hung it in a different spot.

Like this: Like Loading... - Free Geometric Coloring Designs - Circles. TeachingEnglish. Flash Cards at Lakeshore Learning. Flashcard Maker - Flashcards in a flash! D467 Storytelling handbook FINAL web. Story telling: the language teacher's oldest technique. You can read the whole text or click on the links below to find out about an individual technique: Why story telling Can I open this article by asking you about listening to stories in your own experience?

Story telling: the language teacher's oldest technique

When you were small: Where did you tend to listen to stories? What time of day was it, typically? Who told you or read you stories? Now you are older: Have you read or told stories as a parent? The point of these questions and the answers you have given them in your mind is for you to realise how you yourself relate to stories. I was teaching a micro-group of three or four business men.

For a couple of weeks I heeded his words and then decided that the best possible way to teach the past tense was the story of Little Red Riding Hood. I was well into the story, at the point where the wolf is about to eat the little girl up, [ What big teeth you’ve got granny!] TeachingEnglish. Planning a writing lesson. But teaching writing is not just about grammar, spelling, or the mechanics of the Roman alphabet.

Planning a writing lesson

Learners also need to be aware of and use the conventions of the genre in the new language. What is genre? Stages of a writing lesson Generating ideas Focusing ideas Focus on a model text Organising ideas Writing Peer evaluation Reviewing Conclusion What is genre? A genre can be anything from a menu to a wedding invitation, from a newspaper article to an estate agent's description of a house. Stages of a writing lesson I don't necessarily include all these stages in every writing lesson, and the emphasis given to each stage may differ according to the genre of the writing and / or the time available. Generating ideas This is often the first stage of a process approach to writing.

Classroom Management: Consistency is Key. Chelonnda Seroyer, a high school English teacher in Atlanta, says, “My students enjoy having a predictable classroom.

Classroom Management: Consistency is Key

They feel safe because they know what to expect each day. They like consistency in a world that can be very inconsistent.” The most important principle you should establish at the start of school is consistency. Students do not welcome surprises or embrace disorganization, especially those who come from a disorganized home life. Each day, 1.5 million children come to school from a homeless situation; 8,000 children are reported to public agencies as having been abused or neglected; and some quarter-million students refuse to come to school for fear of being bullied. A Teacher’s First Priority When class begins, getting students to work should take precedence. Plickers Getting Started Help Site.pptx. Teaching without a coursebook.

What's wrong with using a coursebook?

Teaching without a coursebook

A topic-based syllabus Structuring the course Needs analysis Set short-term objectives Remedial grammar Error correction Variety Conclusion What's wrong with using a coursebook? Well, in many cases, nothing! With the constant updating of text books to include new and relevant topics, ideas and methodology, teachers have a great set of resources at their fingertips. Students however may not see it that way. A topic-based syllabus What might sound like fun for the students can seem a bit daunting for the teacher. Using a topic-based syllabus as a framework, however, provides a natural stimulus for language learning in a realistic context. Structuring the course What might at first sight seem like quite an unstructured course can in fact be deceptively well organised. Phonemic chart. Vocabulary activities.

Grammar reference. English Grammar. Carrera de colores - Educación parvularia.