List of Interactive Quizzes The quizzes with a magenta marble are also listed within the section or digital handout to which they apply. The twenty-one quizzes with a green marble and designated "Practice" have been adapted from the instructor's manual and other ancillary materials accompanying Sentence Sense: A Writer's Guide. They are duplicated here with permission of the author, Evelyn Farbman, and the publisher, Houghton Mifflin Inc. The seventeen quizzes with a gold marble Le Dobble en cours de langue - Chez Chris dobble en anglais Ce jeu est tout bonnement parfait pour l’acquisition ou la révision du vocabulaire vu dans le cadre d’une séquence mais également pour la prononciation – du moins en phase préparatoire; en phase de jeu, ça se gâte légèrement :p Il vous faut: une thématiqueun jeu de dobble (que vous pouvez vous procurer sur la boutique du site, sur ma boutique TpT ou que vous pouvez créer vous même )une imprimante / une plastifieuse Il vous faudra créer autant de jeux que de groupes d’élèves – il n’y a rien de pire que des élèves qui ne peuvent pas jouer et qui regardent les autres.
Fakebook Lesson Plan - Creating Facebook Profiles for Historical Figures I love to engage my middle school students by incorporating one of their favorite things: social media. And one of their all-time favorites is the Fakebook project. Here’s how it works: Students use their notes to create a Facebook-style social media profile for a historical figure. Activities for your Classroom On this page you can find some activities which I’ve used with my students. Feel free to download them and use them in your classes. Please double-check these fully-editable activities before you use them as you may need to change some parts which are aimed more at students in Spain. A 2 Day in 5 – A fun dictation activity for teens, from Catherine Morley Starters, Movers and Flyers dice games (speaking practice) KET and PET dice games (speaking practice – part 1)
If I Were A...Mayor: A Lesson Plan When I plan my lessons for my groups of teens I always take into account: 1) Teenagers are creative and highly motivated. 2) The use of technology combined with real life is crucial in the classroom. 3) Teaching a language aims at communicating properly. 4) All the four linguistic skills must be introduced.
9/11 Facts, Worksheets & Summary Information For Kids Not ready to purchase a subscription? Click to download the free sample version Download sample Download This Sample My Favourite Monolingual Learner's Dictionaries "What do you call this in English?", "What do you call that in English?", "What does this word mean"? If you are a non-native English teacher who teaches in a non-English speaking country you will be familiar with the picture below. Now you are smiling, aren't you?
THE POWER OF ADVERTISING - Le blog de Miss Mission 1 : ‘Dream Crazy’ commercial Task 1 : Watch the commercial. → Who and what did you see? List the various steps of the commercial. Then, in groups, gather the information you have found and share them with your class.