Giving Directions Memory Game for English Learners Home Giving Directions Memory Game Giving Directions Memory Game Learning Objectives: Practice listening and matching spellings of words used in giving directions to the correct images or pictures they represent. Learners will improve their word recognition skills through this online fun English game.How to play: Click on a tile to reveal the hidden word and audio. Click on another tile to make a match. Top 20 Websites No Teacher Should Start the 2010-2011 Year Without I have to tell you that it was a tough call to make these decisions, especially when we’re talking every teacher no matter what grade level or subject, but I hope that you find a couple of gems to put away in your virtual treasure box. You may have others you’d like to add to the list. Please post them in the comments for all of us to explore. A great photo editing tool is a must for teachers and I recommend Aviary, LunaPic, Picnik, or BeFunky with some being simpler than others, but all having unique features. Explore all the tools and choose the best option for your skill level. Creaza and Jaycut are answers to the Windows XP Movie Maker and Flipcam problem.
Learning Left and Right This concept is just plain hard. I struggled with this as a young child, and even today when giving someone directions, I have to stop and think before I decide whether it’s a left or right turn. Maybe this is due to the fact that I am left-handed; us lefties have it rough ;) It’s hard to explain left and right to a child, so in this song I describe the same method I used so long ago: Sheet Music: $1 The sky is up,The ground is down,But if you take a look aroundThere are other ways to go,Left and right are what you need to know. Hold up your handsAnd reach your fingers to the sky,Point your thumbs in,Do you wanna know why? Speak about means of transport Means of transport is one of the topics you cannot avoid. Nowadays people travel a lot and they often have to do it on daily basis. And thus it is one of the most natural topics for a conversation in a class. Here you can learn the names of several means of transport and you can learn to speak about them fluently. To help you achieve this there is a mind map, a video, several worksheets and two games.
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Beautiful spring craft for toddlers: daffodil suncatchers We are so ready to welcome spring after all these dark, gloomy and rainy months. This is a beautiful spring craft for toddlers – lovely for decorating your home or as a Mothers’ Day or Easter gift: we’re making daffodil suncatchers. img_7550 school buildings Flashcards How can we help? You can also find more resources in our Help Center. 16 terms school buildings Flashcards English Speaking and conversation practice and activities for ESL students and teachers ESLgold.com provides thousands of free resources and information for both students and teachers. All materials are organized by skill level for quick and easy access, Just click on a link to get started. ESL Students learn how to use greetings in English in this ESLgold.com video. ESLgold.com is the world's largest collection of ESL learning resources including, games, videos, lessons, worksheets and quizzes.
Yesterday Yesterday Submitted by admin on 4 March, 2012 - 18:55 In this lesson students practise forming, asking and answering ‘wh’ questions in the past tense. They play two games and do a mingling activity. Topic: Yesterday Level: Lower intermediate B1 routine Flashcards How can we help? You can also find more resources in our Help Center. 19 terms routine The iPad Guide - How to Get the Most Out of the iPad When the iPad was released, Steve Jobs called it "magical". And in many ways, he was right. The iPad is a great device capable of doing everything from streaming movies to entertaining you with great games to becoming your digital library to simply letting you surf the web on your couch. Unfortunately, one of it's magical qualities isn't to instantly allow you to know all of the great ways to use the device.
Study Proves Why We Need Digital Literacy Education A few months ago, the Internet buzzed with the results of a study comparing students' note-taking on computers versus note-taking with paper and pen. In the article, authors Pam A. Mueller and Daniel M. Oppenheimer shared the results of three experiments comparing these two note-taking conditions, and their conclusion was signaled in the title: "The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyboard." Following the authors' lead, most media reports treated these results as proof that using laptops for note-taking — or, some argued, any classroom use — was detrimental to learning.