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Great Game-based Learning Tools and Apps for Teachers May 9, 2014 Immersive environments can be good learning vehicles if constructed and used correctly. Here are a set of virtual worlds that use the latest in game mechanics to deliver instruction in fun and interactive ways. Consider them as a supplement to a classroom or for use with students that respond well to such immersion. Dora's Great Big World
UNIT 1: DISCOVER ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES - English with Rose In this unit we'll carry out four different activities in order to learn such general facts of the English Speaking country you're working on as: - Its location in the world map.- Its flag.- Its official language.- Its currency.- Its total area.- Its President or Prime Minister (amongst other data) ESL Games for young learners Grab Use Lego. Spread out the Lego and call out "(Five!)". The students should take five blocks, join them together to make a pattern and hold them up. Introduction to English-speaking Countries (Lesson Outlines) Foreign teachers at Chinese universities are sometimes asked to teach a course with a name such as "A General Survey of English-speaking Countries", or "An Introduction to English-speaking Countries", or similar. I taught this course for a semester in 2003, and found the lesson preparation quite overwhelming. This was especially the case since I was given very little guidance and no clear objectives. In the hope that it might be of some assistance to other teachers who find themselves in a similar situation, I have collected together some notes on how I ran the course, and the Microsoft Powerpoint presentations which I used during the lectures.
I Love My Classroom: Mystery Hero I know this picture has been floating around on Pinterest for a while now, and it's been on my Classroom Management page too... but I wanted to give it the importance that it deserved - front and center. This activity was simple, but it really helped my students to feel cared about. They grew in responsibility from it.