Months, Ordinal Numbers ESL Vocabulary Game Practice Months of the year and Ordinal Numbers with this ESL Vocabulary and Grammar Interactive Monkey Fun Game for elementary and pre-intermediate (January, February, March, first, second, third etc). ESL Learners and Teachers can use it to review English vocabulary and grammar or simply practice these words. This Sentence Monkey activity is also great for a lesson on general knowledge. There are images and in some cases audio in these types of games. Games are great for motivating students to learn. More Games Google for Education Google for Education Resources Why and How to Use Google in Education: Free (or really cheap for Apps for Education compared to Microsoft) and less IT support needed. Google Apps for Business offers 25GB of email storage per user, a 99.9% uptime guarantee, data migration capabilities, advanced management tools, telephone support, added security features and more, all for $50 per user per year.
Teaching Secrets: Get to Know Students Through Seating Challenges Published Online: June 27, 2012 By Sandy Merz Where do I sit? It's the universal first question, at the top of students' minds as they cross the threshold of my room on the first day of class. Many teachers start the semester with students seated alphabetically: It's easy and aids in learning names. I've tried both of these approaches with my 8th graders. However, these practices don't demand anything from students. I've found that by engaging students in seating challenges, I set a positive collaborative tone from the first day. On the first five days of class, my students determine where they sit based on team problem-solving activities. In return, students learn to expect me to be prepared, organized, and supportive—as opposed to being authoritative and having all the answers. Here's how the approach works in my middle school classroom, which seats 32 students around five large tables. Each activity takes 10 to 15 minutes but there is some preparation. Day 3 is different. Web Only
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Phonics Software for Key Stage 1 and 2 from Big Brown Bear Interactive Teaching Programs Mathematics TopicBox.net - free teacher resources for every UK primary school teaching topic A collection of Maths tools for the whiteboard. Developed by the National Numeracy Strategy, they seem to have fallen out of favour lately and are very hard to find on the monstrous DCSF website. Which is where TopicBox comes in... Area Click 'Run Area 2.2' to get started. View now Calculating Angles Click 'Run Calculating Angles' to get started.This ITP allows you to place… View now Coordinates Click 'Run Co-ordinates 1.1' to get started.This ITP allows you to use a ma… View now Count On Click 'Run Counting on and back 1.1' to get started.This ITP simulates a 10… View now Data Handling Click 'Run Data handling 2.9' to get started. View now Decimal Number Line Click 'Run Decimal number line 0.5' to get started.This ITP allows you to s… View now Difference Click 'Run Difference 1.2' to get started.This ITP allows you to compare tw… View now Division Grid Click 'Run Division Grid 0.9' to get started.This ITP allows you to model l… View now Fixing Points View now Fractions View now Grouping View now Isometric Grid
Dates – learn to say the dates and ordinal numbers in English To say dates in English is quite simple. However, as there are two ways to do this, students often get confused and mix both of them together. I hope that this post will help them clarify this extremely important area. To be able to say dates in English correctly, it is necessary to know the ordinal numbers. Notice the way the change of spelling of the words twenty and thirty. Once you have studied the mind map, it is time to practise everything. In the second game, called On target, your task is to choose the correct way a given date is said. Dates – On target If you come to this site using a mobile device you might hate the fact that most of the games do not play there. Find the ordinal numbers: Ordinal numbers – Find the words All the materials in this post have been tested in the classroom and they have been improved on the basis of students’ reactions and suggestions.
home keys and the home row - lesson one Keyboard - lesson one text only The home row of the keyboard is the most important to the touch-typist. When at rest the typist's fingers are positioned, lightly, on the A-S-D-F keys for the left hand, and the J-K-L-; keys for the right hand. The left index finger will control the F and G keys, the right index finger will control the J and H keys.The left middle finger will control the D key, the right middle finger will control the K key.The left ring finger will control the S key, the right ring finger will control the L key.The left little finger will control the A key, the right little finger will control the ; key.The spacebar is controlled by the right thumb. The F and J keys often have small raised bumps on their tops, a tactile aid for the typist. The locations of all the other keys on the keyboard are learned in relation to these home keys so the touch-typist must be able to find the home keys by touch. Make sure you are sitting up straight, your feet flat on the floor.