Spot the Difference Christmas Game (for Teachers) New English word? Translate any word using double click. It’s Christmas! Time to wind down, relax a bit in class, but still get the best out of your students. I’ve got a Spot the Difference game for English (ESL/EFL) teachers to downoad free in pdf. I’m not going to tell you how to use it – I’m sure you’ve got far better ideas than I have! I’m going to put the students into pairs and giive them 30 – 40 seconds to look at one of the pictures, then another 30 – 40 seconds with the next. I want to use colour photocopies, but (as you know) they’re expensive, so I’m going to put them on card and cover them with plastic, to use with different classes. Here are the answers. The pdf. is below. Modals Cut-out Exercise for Teachers ARE YOU A TEACHER? Bonfire Night: Teachers' pdf. and Lesson plan pdf. below! Adult Conversation Class (+ Grammar Revision) PDF. You can use this pdf. in different ways.
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40 Maps They Didn’t Teach You In School By the time we graduate high school, we learn that they never taught us the most exciting things there. Sure, you might be able to name the European countries or point New York on the map, but does that give you a real understanding of how the world functions? We have gathered a tremendous and informative selection of infographic maps that they should’ve shown us at school to fill this gap. Every single one of these cool maps reveals different fun and interesting facts, which can actually help you draw some pretty interesting conclusions. What makes infographic world maps so engaging is how easy it becomes to conceive graphically presented information. Without further ado, we invite you to learn things like the most popular sports in different countries, who has the biggest breasts, the red hair map of Europe, the world’s most consumed alcoholic beverages, or which brands dominate in various states of the USA in these funny world maps. The Most Famous Brand From Each State In The US
Riusuke Fukahori Paints Three-Dimensional Goldfish Embedded in Layers of Resin First: watch the video. Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori paints three-dimensional goldfish using a complex process of poured resin. The fish are painted meticulously, layer by layer, the sandwiched slices revealing slightly more about each creature, similar to the function of a 3D printer. I really enjoy the rich depth of the pieces and the optical illusion aspect, it’s such an odd process that results in something that’s both a painting and sculptural. Classroom Games for Intermediate & Advanced English Learning, Teaching a, an, & Articles, Singular/Plural Practice A an the spin using this ESL fun Game. Adjectives vs. Adverbs with -ly Practice Adjectives adverbs ly using this ESL fun Game. Adjectives & Adverbs Fun Game Practice Adjectives adverbs using this ESL fun Game. Adjectives Ending with -ing & -ed Practice Adjectives ing ed using this ESL fun Game. Adverbs ly space classroom game Practice Adverbs ly using this ESL fun Game. already, yet & Present Perfect Tense Practice Already yet present perfect using this ESL Game. Articles & Nouns Fun Quiz game Practice Articles nouns using this ESL fun Game. Compound nouns game Practice Compound nouns using this ESL fun Game. if - Conditionals Sentences Game Practice Conditionals review using this ESL fun Game. Confusing Words A - D, Game 1 Practice Confusing words using this ESL fun Game. Confusing Words E - H, Game 2 Confusing Words I - O Game 3 Confusing Words P - Y Game 4 Countable / Uncountable Nouns & a, an Practice a an Countable uncountable using this Game. Low Level Games
Perfect Summer Bangle Here's a fun tutorial on how to make a message bangle that's one-of-a-kind, done in the sun, waterproof and weatherproof. Even after several trips to the beach, it won't fade or wash off! Essentially, it's the Perfect Summer Bangle. Used in this tutorial: Inkodye Red Prepare. Transcribe. Perfect. Pour. Brush. Wipe. Wrap. Tape. Expose. Develop. Cut. Reveal. Wash. Enjoy. Make Your Own Board Game | the podunk librarian For this event, patrons could personalize Clue or Monopoly, or use a blank template to make their own rules. For an example, I made a library version of Clue with our staff as suspects and used our library rooms (children's room, genealogy room, study room, etc). The weapons were a book, a book cart, the bookmobile, a stapler, a vacuum, and a scanner. There were 4 different options they could choose from. I had dice and game pieces to give away, both of which you can find plenty of (for cheap!) on Amazon. You can kind of see the penguin game piece I made in this picture: I had the boards printed out on regular paper, with a piece of cardboard measured out to back them. The Clue and Monopoly games had specific cards that needed to go with them, so I had blank templates printed out on cardstock, ready to be filled in. For the totally DIY templates, I had several blank cards that could be used with your game, if you so chose. I included that list with the DIY kit.
papier-mache easter eggs For Easter I made papier-mache polka dotted eggs. I created them using small water balloons and tissue paper then I filled them with candy and toys and sealed them shut. The egg can hold a surprising amount of candy and the tissue paper seems delicate making for a delightfully heavy and yet fragile object, much like real egg. Also like a real egg you have to break the shell to get at what’s inside. I like things you have to destroy to open. You’ll need: water balloons (they make the egg-iest shape)white tissue paper (one sheet will make about three eggs)colorful tissue paper (one sheet will make many eggs, so you don’t need much)a 3/4 inch hole puncha paint brush you don’t care much aboutliquid laundry starcha sturdy shot glass to hold your egg while you’re working with ita way to hang the balloons to dryenough time to let these dry overnight, and a few hours to let them dry after filling and sealing them (you’ve been warned) Note: I tried a few variations on the starch. Why the loop?
ESL Speaking | Games + Activities to Try Out Today! How to understand the difference between the UK and Great Britain Man: So where are you from? Woman: Scotland. Are you Scottish too? Man: Well, no, I'm English actually, but, you know, it's all, like, the same thing, isn't it? Woman: Not exactly. Man: Go on! Woman: No, it is not! Man: Sorry, Britain I mean. Woman: Britain is not England! Man: Well, yeah, I know that. Man: Yeah, it is – the UK, the United Kingdom. Woman: The United Kingdom is Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Man: Oh, I see, but we're all, like, the same nation, aren't we? Woman: Not really. Man: Oh, I get it! Woman: Great Britain is a geographical term – it's a big island with Scotland, England and Wales on it. Man: All right, but we all have the same prime minister, don't we? Woman: Yes, and the same head of state. Man: The Queen! Woman: Exactly. Man: And the same government? Woman: Well, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have their own local parliaments. Man: Oh. Woman: It's complicated. Man: Yeah, I can see that.
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27 Ideas For Students Who Finish Their Work Early - 27 Ideas For Students Who Finish Their Work Early by TeachThought Staff How to respond when students finish their work early is a classic teacher challenge. Most of it boils down to lesson design–creating learning opportunities where students are naturally funneled toward extending, improving, and sharing their work so that ‘stopping points’ are more of a matter of scheduling than learning itself. The following infographic via Mia MacMeekin provides some ideas for how to handle early finishers in the classroom. 1. TeachThought addendum: Given the right access to the right materials (a book, app, collaboration, audience, etc.), this could be a default/bare minimum ‘what to do if you finish early’ strategy 2. 3. 4. TeachThought addendum: Self-assessment is never a bad concept, provided students understand how to do so. See also 20 Simple Assessment Strategies You Can Use Every Day 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. TeachThought addendum: Many different maker projects would work here.
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