Wikispaces - Classroom Social Media Content Curation English Vocabulary Word Lists with Games, Puzzles and Quizzes This is a collection of English vocabulary word lists with online activities that use these word lists. Instead of studying the word list first, you can choose which game you want to play, then choose the set of words. Any Device - No Special Requirements Every Other Letter Game See a word with every other letter missing, guess what the word is, then see the answer. First & Last Game See a word with only its first and last letters, guess what the word is, then see the answer. Forms - Kern Kelley Google Form Templates If you are logged into your Google Account, these form templates will automatically copy into your Google Docs Dashboard. Many of the forms are designed to work with an iPod Touch. For more information about educational uses of that device, go to Test and Quizzes Self Grading 10 Question Multiple Choice Quiz - Provide a link to this form or embed it into a website. Administrative Forms Professional Performance Evaluation - Teacher observation form that the administrators can use. Miscellaneous QR Code Generator - Creates QR Codes from URL's collected in a from.Science Fair Judging Form - This is the scoring form used in a middle school science fair.Story Board - Used by student groups to write and produce a video project.
Curation Revolution The LanguagePoint - Home You'll find lots of free English and foreign language teaching resources and ideas here, whether you need listening or speaking practice for your students, or you’re just looking for a bit of fun to liven things up in class! Our resources are contributed by teachers from all over the world – but we like to give as well as take, so please share your own teaching activities here too – if you’re chosen as our featured resource, you could win one of our special prizes! Have you come across VocabCoach yet?
Create a map | BatchGeo Vocab Express | Schools & Colleges I've been looking for something like this for YEARS! Our pupils are finding Vocab Express really useful, and some even seem to be addicted. We have an ongoing competition with edible prizes for the top three scores in every lesson. Hazel Bailey, Teacher, Bishop's Stortford College Vocab Express has stood the test of time with our students. Whilst using Vocab Express, I have also experienced my competitive side; before every session of Vocab Express I look at the leader board to see who is ranked as 1st in each of my language classes. I can't recommend Vocab Express highly enough. Vocab Express helped me with the verbs and encouraged me to use foundation and higher tier words. The kids love it and it has improved general spelling like nothing else could. I would just like to say how amazing Vocab Express is and it has really helped me though my French studies and I have learnt a great deal. I have never ever seen my Year 11 boys so motivated. The pupils love [Vocab Express]!
Classroom Games Icebreakers | How Do You Play Apr10 How to Play Icebreaker Questions Click here for instructions What are some good icebreaker questions? Jan01 How to Play Classroom Jeopardy A modifiable Jeopardy-style template to run a quiz show with your students or friends. Dec15 How to Play Icebreaker Pictionary A drawing/guessing game useful for schools or to let people get to know each other better. How to Play Who Am I? A simple guessing game in which players ask questions to identify who they are. Dec12 How to Play People Bingo Icebreaker A great introduction game that lets people find out unique facts about each other.
I Know Why Your Students Don't Speak English… And What to Do About It If students today graduate from high school or even from university without being able to “speak” English, it is simply because we are not giving them enough practice in… speaking. Ask students to give you feedback or to explain their wishes, and they will inevitably say, “More speaking in class.” So how do you manage to make students progress in the skill they lack? Common teaching techniques dissected First let’s take a look at common teaching techniques. An illusion It is an illusion to think that students will learn to speak and pronounce words with a decent accent by simply listening to a teacher, to classmates or even to a recording. An analogy with sports, music or dancing You don’t learn a sport or perfect a talent like singing or dancing by watching others perform. A French Nobel Prize winner speaks about communication The big question So getting back to the question, “What should we do?” A young Swedish girl We all seem to agree on the importance of becoming operational in English.
Airfreight Supply Chain Process 'Simplified' by New Technology Airfreight Supply Chain Process 'Simplified' by New Technology By: Handy Shipping Guide | April 09, 2013 Airlines will have a single agreement with IATA that enables them to accept e-AWBs from all participating freight forwarders, while freight forwarders will have a similar agreement that will allow them to tender e-AWB shipments to multiple airlines at numerous airports worldwide. Des Vertannes, IATAâ€™s global head of cargo, said, â€œThe approval of the multilateral e-AWB agreement is the most important new cargo standard developed in the last two decades. â€œ[E-freight] is a top focus for the Global Air Cargo Advisory Group, which produced a road map to coordinate industry efforts. Read Full Article