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Learning Math with a Video Game March 2011 According to 2008 figures from the Pew Research Center, 97% of today's K-12 students spend many hours each week playing video games. By the time they graduate from high school they will have spent some 10,000 hours doing so. During the course of that game play, they will acquire a vast amount of knowledge about the imaginary worlds portrayed in the games, they will often practice a skill many times until they are fluent in it, and they will attempt to solve a particular challenge many times in order to advance in a game. Would that they devoted some of that time and effort to their schoolwork! Since video games first began to appear, many educators have expressed the opinion that they offer huge potential for education. In fact, I did more than wonder; I did something about it, although on a small scale. Yet whenever I have tried some of the math ed video games being produced, I have been significantly underwhelmed. This will not be easy.
Race and the three phases of the American Revolution Introduction The social construct of “race” is a good point of entry into American history, as it enables teachers to cover different time periods. The idea is to get students interested: they usually respond well to discussions about race and they have heard of Black Lives Matter and the Civil Rights Movement. In my class, we start with present time and we work our way back to the American Revolution and the Civil War. The concept of race presents a difficulty with regard to its translation: many students believe that they understand the concept of race – which they don’t – because what they understand is the French translation of “race”. We can look at the entire spectrum of American history through the prism of race. The American Revolution brought about some real revolutionary ideals. 1. The beginning of the struggle for racial equality is visible in the Constitution, especially with the Three-Fifths compromise and the slave trade compromise. 1.1 The Three-Fifths compromise 2. 2.1.
How diversified are the accents in France? Games for Learning English, Vocabulary, Grammar Games, Activities, ESL List of educational video games - Wikipedia List of educational video games From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This is a list of notable educational video games. Popular educational games for children and adolescents Popular educational games for adults References Jump up ^ Shapiro, Jordan (2013-03-22). Retrieved from " Categories: Hidden categories: Navigation menu Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views More Navigation Interaction Tools Print/export Languages Add links This page was last modified on 10 October 2016, at 16:12.
The Best Shakespeare Videos for the Classroom Here are a few of our favorite Shakespeare videos for the classroom. You can also check out our playlist of favorite Shakespeare videos here (and be sure to subscribe to WeAreTeachers YouTube channel while you’re at it.) Remember to check out these videos yourself before you show them to your students because only you know what will work for the children in your classroom. What’s So Special About Shakespeare? Michael Rosen explains in less than eight minutes why Shakespeare rocks. The Story of William Shakespeare for Kids An illustrated look at Shakespeare’s life, his times, and his works in under ten minutes. CBeebies: Who is William Shakespeare? In just five minutes, viewers get to “meet” Shakespeare and learn a few fun facts about his life and why he became a writer and playwright. The Secret to Teaching Shakespeare The advice that author James Shapiro gives to teachers in this short video is invaluable. Shakespeare for Kids Horrible Histories: Shakespeare Goes to School
Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing | Speaking This page is about words and phrases that we use when we agree or disagree with someone in English. Stating an opinion In my opinion...The way I see it...If you want my honest opinion....According to Lisa...As far as I'm concerned...If you ask me... Asking for an opinon What's your idea?What are your thoughts on all of this? Expressing agreement I agree with you 100 percent.I couldn't agree with you more.That's so true.That's for sure. Expressing disagreement I don't think so. Interruptions Can I add something here? Settling an argument Let's just move on, shall we?
English for Kids, Games, Videos, Worksheets, Songs, Apps, For ESL Kids Lessons 48 Games Like World of Warcraft - Games Finder Our page of games like World of Warcraft (WoW) features the best MMORPGs in the genre and includes free, paid, iOS, Android and online alternatives. Gameplay in World of Warcraft is very typical of the MMORPG genre with players creating a character to interact with the inhabitants of the game world (both NPCs and other players) before adventuring forward to explore the various environments, quests and PvP opportunities. The game is often credited as setting the standard in the MMO space, mostly because of the constant updates and large game population. World of Warcraft also features one of the most in depth and well designed systems for skills and professions when compared to other MMOs, allowing players to create a highly customisable character that can change and evolve with the player’s style. The games like World of Warcraft that you find below offer a variety of MMO settings for you to experience in a role playing capacity. ArcheAge Revelation Online Skyforge Planet Calypso Neverwinter
Comedy in classroom-bring laughter into lessons During a recent class session, my students stared at me with blank expressions, glassy eyes, pasty and pale skin, and jowls drooping. I think I even saw a string of saliva hanging from the corner of one student’s mouth. I was reviewing plot structure. It was perfect except for the fact that I was boring them to death. So I blurted out, “No wonder you like The Walking Dead, you look like zombies.” Suddenly, the students sporadically kicked and jumped and held their stomachs while laughing. We spent the rest of the class learning plot structure while laughing about episodes of The Walking Dead. Inside a classroom, the air thickens with time and words and problems and thoughts, lots of thoughts. Humor in a virtual classroom enhances students’ interest and participation, according to a study conducted by Ohio State University professors of psychology, Mark Shatz and Frank LoSchiavo. The difficulty always lies in the delivery and the willingness of the teacher to seriously bomb. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Vocabulary Games, English Vocabulary Word Games Six things I tried out this year which truly enhanced my teaching Here are six things that I have tried out this year which significantly enhanced my teaching and two which, whilst being much less successful, provided me with valuable insight in my students’ cognition and affect. 1. Six things that worked 1.1Teaching more verbs The textbooks and the wordlists that one finds in published instructional materials and on language learning websites traditionally tend to mainly focus on nouns, occasionally throwing the odd adjective here and there. Verbs are usually grossly underrepresented in the published vocab lists. Without verbs the communicative power that we provide our students with is seriously limited. Moreover, by widening the range of verbs we also provide a larger number of cognitive ‘hooks’ for the target nouns, contextual cues that will facilitate future recall. Another benefit of teaching more verbs is that the more our students use them the more they are likely to deploy adverbs – a highly under-taught word class. 2.Things that worked less well