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Breakout room 4-6 by Sonja Górniak on Genially LEt's go on holiday! You have to fly to five corners of the world for five missions and answer many questions to find out the right combination of numbers, which will open the safe. But be careful, each wrong answer means you must start the mission again.Good luck! North America Where do you want to go today? Quest 1 – The food we eat Before you dive into the rest of this Quest, check out these videos to learn about the important role bees play in producing our food, how to reduce food waste, and how to choose a more Earth-friendly diet: Watch 1: Pollination: Trading food for fertilization in 3 minutes (Cornell University)Watch 2: The Hidden Beauty of Pollination (TED)Watch 3: We Waste One Third of Our Food Worldwide (National Geographic)Watch 4: What if the Whole World Went Vegan (BBC Ideas)LEARN + INTERACT Play National Geographic’s Planet Food game to discover the global footprint of your food (and go on a chocolate bar journey!) (for all ages)

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English by Juanico Scavenger Hunt Ideas: 13 Free Ideas You Need To Try Finding fun scavenger hunt ideas is something I have never worried about before this last crazy year of 2020… In 2020 when we went home for remote teaching, I needed to add some fun to my lessons so that my students liked being in front of a screen learning English. I did it then, I’m trying to do it now. Not everything works well. That’s a fact And there are activities which work with some classes and don’t seem to perform so well in others…

7 Activities for Teaching Conditionals in the ESL Classroom One of the great things about teaching conditionals is that once you discover some classroom activities that work well for one, they can be adapted to suit any of the conditional patterns that you may be asked to teach. Here are 7 fun activities for teaching conditionals for the ESL classroom that you can easily adapt to help your students understand the correct structures and usages. Listen to this blog post: 1. Pass the Pig uxdesign See the full post (and more examples) on reddit: The original reddit post has now hundreds of examples of terrible volume UI, and it keeps growing — a fun exercise/joke, that can strengthen one’s creative muscles and ability to think outside of the box. People have been participating simply for the fun of coming up with the most absurd and weird interactions and interface elements. But there’s definitely a reflection point about the state our industry here. I’m sure a lot of people reading this has, at some point in their careers, felt that urge of innovating no matter what. An uncontrollable desire of redesigning something that hasn’t been redesigned for too long.

Play Taboo Online Now Welcome! Happy playing! Did you like playing this game? Click NO to provide feedback Deadly Islands (end of a course activity for pre-int+) – That is Evil In one of the notes I mentioned I wanted to try the ‘island’ project. I got inspired by Mr. Stanley’s presentation, but adjusted the activity to my groups. First of all, it’s the project for the end of our course, so I wanted my students to revise what they’ve learnt in the last couple of months. The project is divided into three stages: Designing an island 5 Time-Saving Websites & Apps for the Best Shortcuts Time is the most precious commodity. We can’t create more time, so the best we can do is to save it. Through shortcuts and hacks, these websites and apps will help save time in many activities, and it all adds up. Advertisement

Sounds from around the Home Quiz How many of these sounds from around the home do you recognise? The answers are at the bottom of the page. There is also a Slideshow version of this quiz. See How to Play for ideas on how to run the quiz and resources for making your own guess the sound quiz.

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