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How Does Someone Become Homeless? | Wonderopolis It's been a long day at school. You've paid attention in class, worked hard on your assignments, and even done your best on a test. It's the end of the day and you look forward to going one place: home. But what if you didn't have a home? Although most people in the United States have homes with warm beds to sleep in each night, many people do not. In addition to lacking a home, homeless people often lack many other things, such as jobs, healthy food to eat, clothes to wear, and access to medical care. If you live in a large city, you've probably seen homeless people sleeping in public places and asking for help on street corners. Experts estimate that as many as 3.5 million people (nearly a third of them children) will probably experience homelessness in any given year. People become homeless for a variety of reasons. As the economy has slowed in recent years, poverty rates have risen dramatically. Other people lose jobs and cannot find new ones in today's tough economy.

ESL Activities Games Worksheets Quizalize - Pinpoint classroom progress in real-time Mentimeter Review for Teachers Mentimeter helps to minimize the "death by PowerPoint" conundrum. The ability to create presentations where students ask and vote on questions, and take polls, allows teachers to involve their audience in ways that a traditional presentation can't. Letting students submit questions as you teach, using the Upvote feature as a gauge, teachers can use class time more effectively by addressing the needs of the many while still being aware of the needs of the few -- or even the one. The flexibility of the question types along with the ability to have students respond, see responses, and ask questions in real time, enables students to make relevant connections during a lesson rather than wait until after teachers present the information to be assessed. The limitations of Events in the free version can be frustrating, but users can create multiple presentations in order to increase interaction, made easier via a one-click copy feature.

Word Search Maker | World Famous from The Teacher's Corner Saving Options:Ad Block: NoneAd supported: 2 Word List Save SlotsPremium Subscriber: 10 Word List Save Slots Here are solutions to 95% of the problems people have! Click question to see answerWhere is the answer sheet? Don't see this blue menu on the left AFTER creating your worksheet? Word List Saving Options Save your entered words for our other puzzle makers You can save your WORD LIST for later use, or transfer it to other puzzles! Premium SubscribersYou get 10 save slots per puzzle-type, all words and clues will be savedYour word lists are available anywhere and on any device you log in on.Not a premium subscriber? Close FAQ's [x] Save Slot Title Saved As Slot 1:EmptyEmpty Slot 2:EmptyEmpty Font Options:Ad Block: Arial OnlyAd Supported: Choose from 8 fonts! WARNING: Your JavaScript is disabled. Choose up to 3 fonts + Arial (default) Font Selection DISABLED Check out our "Fun Options" video, then click the button below! Fun Options

Chwazi: una app para elegir quién comienza - La Matatena Lanzamientos Published on febrero 2nd, 2017 | by José Luis Zapata De Santiago Chwazi rápidamente se ha convertido en una de las aplicaciones favoritas en mis noches de juegos. ¿Por qué? Bueno, porque a veces es difícil determinar de manera completamente aleatoria quién es la persona que tiene el primer turno en un juego de mesa. La aplicación es muy sencilla. El desarrollador de la app es el brasileño Ivan Seidel Gomes, quien había diseñado la app originalmente con otro propósito. La palabra chwazi viene del creole y significa «elegido». Si a ustedes les interesa descargar la app, está disponible tanto para Android en Google Play, como para iOS en iTunes. Comparte esto con alguien: Relacionado Top 7 juegos de mesa para grupos grandes ¿Qué hacer cuando tienes a un grupo grande de amigos que quiere jugar juegos de mesa? 14 marzo, 2017 En "Tops" Jugadores lentos: la psicología detrás del Análisis Parálisis 20 febrero, 2017 En "Editorial" Top 5 Kickstarters de la Semana 24/04/2018 24 abril, 2018

Kahoot! Online quiz platform Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform,[3] used as educational technology in schools and other educational institutions. Its learning games, "kahoots", are user-generated multiple-choice quizzes that can be accessed via a web browser or the Kahoot! app. Kahoot! History and development[edit] Kahoot! Kahoot! In March 2017, Kahoot! As of 2017, Kahoot! Afterwards, Kahoot! Kahoot's user base grew more than 40 percent from 2020 to 2021.[26] In March 2021, the company went public on the Oslo stock exchange.[26] As of 2020, a Kahoot! In the end of the game, there is an animation of the 3 best players appearing on the winners′ podium. In 2021, Kahoot! Research and prototypes[edit] Lecture Quiz 2.0 was the first prototype where both teacher and student clients had web-interfaces. Since Kahoot! There is also research that investigates how Kahoot! A literature review containing 93 studies on the effect of using Kahoot! In 2016, Kahoot!' References[edit]

Explain Everything | Interactive Whiteboard with Real-Time Collaboration Get Draftback to Play Back Google Docs Board game generator: Virtual teaching (world capital cities) – EFL Summer School This board game has been designed with the virtual class in mind. If you click on the Data tab and leave the area under Enter your questions here/Enter your answers here blank, it will auto-generate questions and answers for you. Now go to the Boardgame tab, your questions will be displayed one at time in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Click on the Answer button to display the correct answer. Do you have specific questions you would like to use? The game can have up to 10 players. A player’s turn is indicated when their name is written in red font. To play the game, start by sharing your screen in your virtual classroom. To start the game, press the Roll the Dice! Each player moves incrementally around the board. Each square is programmed to change after each turn. The aim of the game is for players to move from Start to Finish. The Board game generator. You can download Board game generator. Interested in other games? Like this: Like Loading...

Time for jigsaw listening – The TEFL Zone What is jigsaw listening? It’s an information gap activity. Each learner listens to a different recording or part of a recording. Benefits! Active listening. Students need to do something with the information they hear. Authentic task. In the real world people will often discuss what they watched on TV or listened to on the radio. Collaborative task. Learners feel less pressure working together towards an outcome, whereas individual listening activities usually cause more anxiety. Reciprocal listening. It helps increase student-to-student interaction unlike typical teacher-fronted listening classes. Communicative task. Students focus on meaning and might employ useful strategies such as asking for repetition/clarification, paralinguistic means, word coinage, and circumlocution to compensate for communication breakdowns. Engaging. Everybody plays a part. Why I never used it in face-to-face classes. Here are some basic jigsaw listening ideas: 1. Send learners different recordings. 2. 3. 4. 5.

20 must-try listening activities – The TEFL Zone What comes to mind when you think about teaching listening? Have you been (over)using the typical pre/while/post- tasks, e.g, guesswork, multiple choice/ gap fills and post-listening discussions? Do you feel that your listening classes have become rather predictable and would like to try something different? If your answer is yes, here’s a list of 20 tasks you can try. Field, J. (2010). 1. When: After listening for gist/detail. Why: To focus on functional language Procedure: Teacher plays a part of the recording that contains contextualised examples of language functions. Example: Teacher:What did Jane say about the bags? Students: She wanted to carry them. Teacher: Do you remember the words she used? Students: I’ll carry the bags Teacher: Yes. Students: She was promising? Teacher: Not quite. Students: She offered. Teacher: Exactly. Student: I’ll make you a sandwich. Teacher: Offer to pay for lunch. Student: I’ll pay for lunch. 2. When: After class, at home Example 3. When: post-listening 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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