KS1 Literacy © 3913.co.uk Drag and drop the names of the classroom items on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed. Tell time 1 minute ago: Someone had problem at level 4. A quarter to which took 10 seconds. 3 minutes ago: Someone had problem at level 3. Hours and half-hours which took 4 minutes. ESL Games World first lesson This getting to know each other activity is simple to set up and works well for most levels above Beginner. Sketch or print out this template, I usually use two sides (10 topics). At the top of each row is a space for a topic title. Think of some topics that might be of interest to the group and write one in each box. Topics I use include: work, movies and TV, music, free time activities, whatever town you’re teaching in, sport, food, English, holidays, politics, technology, the environment, etc. Give a sheet to each student and go round the class brainstorming questions for each topic, invite students to write interesting questions on the sheet.
English games Games that teach you to read and write. Do you master the letters, and do you know the order of the letters of the alphabet? With these playful games, you practice your knowledge of the English language. Here we have collected all the games on the subject English. The games suit preschool, elementary school and all the way up to high school. The games may be sorted by popularity, target group, release date or name. Getting to know you Literacy: SLc/E1.3 Pre-entry: SLc/M8.2 ESOL: ESOL Sc/E1.3a Level: M8, E1 Vocabulary Games, English Vocabulary Word Games The Global Search for Education: Just Imagine - Dr. Brian Annan - New Zealand “We created an image of a teacher and students in a class with digital tools from which they can access families, the community, the environment and the world at large through the internet.” — Brian Annan Just Imagine schools decades from today - what will they be like? Dr.
20 - Blended or Flipped Classrooms What is a Blended Classroom? A National Education Association (NEA) Policy Brief on blended learning states: ...blended learning (aka hybrid and mixed-mode) is an environment in which: a student learns in a blended model of face-to-face instruction with a licensed teacher and technology-based instruction that best meets the educational needs of the student.During the technology-based instruction, under the guidance of the teacher, the student has control over the time, place, path and/or the pace of the curriculum to form an integrated instructional approach. Watch the following video to learn more about blended learning in the classroom.