The Olympics | Teaching Ideas Join our email newsletter to receive free updates! Close Search for Ideas and Resources Filter Results Menu The Olympics Celebrate the Olympics with our popular teaching materials. Filter by age Filter by subject (Select all / Select none) Filter by type Filter by theme Ways to use the Olympics in the Classroom Use the Olympic Games as the starting point for learning in your classroom with our ENORMOUS collection of teaching ideas, activities and classroom resources! View The Olympics Pack Use our huge collection of Olympics-themed resources in your classroom with our free pack. View Rio 2016 Banner If you're teaching your children about the Olympics, add our 'Rio 2016' banner to your classroom display boards! View Olympics 2016 Banner Celebrate the Olympics in 2016 by adding this free printable banner to your classroom display board! View The Olympians A short film that sees the Gods of Olympus descend upon central London to battle it out in a trial of athleticism to light the torch. View View View View View View
School Start and Planning – WebEnglish.se WebEnglish.se School Start Pages have been updated. The following School Start materials in WebEnglish.se are there to ease your workload:1 School Start 1-6 and School Start 7-9 will help your new classes to get acquainted, inspire the students to believe in themselves and teach them to be good language learners.2 Planning Page presents a thematic view on planning based on WebEnglish.se themes and gives you printable and editable templates to use when planning together with your students and/or colleagues.3 My Book About Me gives ideas to start the term with young beginners, year 1-3. For more new materials, see Updates
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Themes 7-9 – WebEnglish.se King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Now that 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' is hitting the cinemas around the world, WebEnglish.se presents a new Theme Page of King Arthur with all the usual ingredients for lower intermediate and intermediate level students, i.e. year 5-9 in Swedish Compulsory Schools. The theme page is created around a downloadable… In "Teaching Matters" WebEnglish.se News During this Summer Break, WebEnglish.se has once again undergone a cleaning and updating phase. In "Featured Post" Halloween Scare WebEnglish.se has updated and added links to the Halloween theme.
Grades K-1: First-Day Projects Just Like Home 3 ways to ease first-day jitters To create a soothing environment, play soft music as your students arrive. Choose a piece that is significant to you to give students an idea of who you are. Begin the day with a good book. Splat the Cat, by Rob Scotton, is the story of a cat who is incredibly worried about his first day of school. Yes, You Can! Standard Met: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.SL.1 What you need: Construction paper, crayons, chart paper or poster board What to do: At the start of the year, Tammy McMorrow, a first-grade teacher at Indian Creek Elementary in Kuna, Idaho, asks kids to do things that are out of their comfort zone, from reading challenging books to following new rules. McMorrow has students write the word can on a piece of construction paper. Happy Handprints Standard Met: McREL Visual Arts Standard 1 (Understands and applies media, techniques, and processes related to the visual arts) A Classroom Family Tree DIY Rule Book Choose Your Own Teacher
100 Best Read-Aloud Books - Scholastic Written by Doreen Rappaport | Illustrated by | Photographs by | 3-5, 3-5 | 6-9, 6-9 | Biography, United States, Multiculturalism, In this biography, the information is easily digestible—it’s done in picture-book style. The author uses a unique narrative technique, using some of his most famous quotes, to tell the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I was lucky enough to meet Doreen Rappaport,” says Brower-Cohen. Publisher: Hyperion Book CH Awards: Caldecott Honor Book, Coretta Scott King Award
Vikten av effektiv feedback - sluta sätt ut betyg! I mitt förra inlägg skrev jag om hur du kan ge snabb och indivduell feedback genom att använda Google Formulär och Flubaroo . Idag fortsätter jag skriva om vikten av feedback, hur du kan arbeta smartare och bli mer effektiv i ditt arbete. Inför dagens text har jag läst en riktigt bra bok i ämnet- Återkoppling för utveckling av Helena Wallberg. (Gothiafortbildning 2015) I Helenas bok finns många tankeställare, men bäst av allt väldigt tydliga och konkreta exempel på hur du kan arbeta med feedback i ditt klassrum. Mitt eget mål för läsåret 2015/2016 var att utveckla sättet jag ger feedback på. Jag har läst en hel del litteratur i ämnet så som boken ovan men också tex Handbok i formativ bedömning av Dylan William (Natur&Kultur 2015). Vi lärare måste alltså undervisa eleverna om hur de använder sig av feedback och att tanken faktiskt är att de ska lära sig något av de kommentarer de får. Själv har jag fastnat för att ge muntliga kommentarer genom att jag skärminspelar elevernas uppsatser.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 Great YouTube Channels for Learning English Youtube is undoubtedly a great source of educational content to use in class with your students. It also hosts tons of channels that provide instructional tutorials specifically tailored for different learning needs and styles. We have already reviewed some of these channels in previous posts and today we are sharing with you some of our favourite YouTube channels for learning English. 1- BBC Learning English ‘Do you want to learn how to speak English? 2- Learn American English Online This is another great YouTube channel that provides free English language instruction. 3- Speak English with Misterduncan Misterduncan is an English teacher who has been creating video tutorials and instructional clips to help learners from all around the world learn English. 4- Learn English with Let's Talk Let's Talk is a convenient way to learn English that combines audio and Video lessons. 5- Jennifer ESL
5 Simple Tips For Nervous And Overwhelmed Online Students First, congratulations on taking this huge step! You’re a new online college student! Secondly, take deep breaths. We all start the online learning journey with different backgrounds, expectations, goals, and confidence levels. No matter where you are in the world, you’ve been given an incredible opportunity to earn an online degree. Here’s my favorite quote for new online students: If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. As an online student for 10+ years and an online instructor for 3 years, I know the challenges you’ll face in the online learning arena. To ease your worry and build your confidence, here’s five simple and easy tips to help you navigate your first few classes: 1. It always amazes me when my students glaze over the class announcements. Instructors don’t waste time creating announcements for fun. The bottom line is read all the announcements your instructor sends you. 2. Most adult online learners are juggling a job and family, which is hard enough. 3.
Encourage critical thinking by turning your class into a Socratic Seminar With so much talk about the Common Core standards and truly increasing our student’s argumentative powers and critical thinking skills, some teachers are starting to think critically themselves about how best to engage students in thoughtful debate and discussion around texts they need to analyze anyway. One method, called the Socratic seminar, challenges to students to formal discussions about a text based on open-ended questions. Throughout the exercise, students must alternately employ good listening, critical thinking, creativity, and rhetorical prowess. The Socratic style of discourse lends itself quite well to establishing critical thinkers due to the fact that Socrates believed that enabling students to think for themselves was more important than filling their heads with knowledge. Select a text To start, consider engaging the class in a guided reading of a novel with compelling themes and issues. The questions The set up The discourse Relinquishing control can be difficult!
London's first official tube map showing how long it takes to walk between stops There have been a few attempts at drawing up walking maps of London Underground. Now TfL has drawn up an official map showing the time taken to walk between tube stops – and in some cases it’s actually quicker to walk. For example, Leicester Square to Covent Garden takes just four minutes, Charing Cross to Embankment takes three minutes, and Cannon Street to Mansion House takes four minutes. A spokesman told the Evening Standard: ‘What we have seen is that people are desperate for this sort of thing, so we have created it. MORE: ‘Car thief’ cuts convertible Porsche roof to try and nick it Gordon Innes of London & Partners, which promotes the capital, added: ‘The new Walking Tube map is a great new resource for visitors to London. ‘Although the Tube is the most used transport method by visitors in London, stations for many of our top attractions are within walking distance of each other.