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Icebreakers Volume 3: Activities for the First Days of School | Getting to Know You Activities | Ice Breakers Education World's readers responded to last year's back-to-school story with more than two dozen great ideas. So here, in a follow-up to 14 Great Ideas for the First Days of School, is the second batch of reader ideas -- 14 more activities for the first days of school! Hello, Amigos! Chrysanthemum's Graph! We Are All Unique! Invite students to list some traits that make them unique. Sticker Partners! Me Bag Place a white paper bag on each desk on the morning of the first day. Candy Gets Kids Talking! Note: Before preparing or distributing any food in the classroom, make sure you are aware of children's allergies or dietary restrictions and caution children about choking hazards. Bring in Skittles, one of your students' favorite candies for sure! Take As Much As You Want! Paper Dolls! Where Do I Sit? The Me Shield For this activity, we use a copy of a banner from a Red Cross education program, drawn like a shield and divided into four sections. What are three things you are good at?

13 ESL Speaking Activities to Give Adult Students the Gift of Gab Ah, to be young again. Younger ESL students know what’s up. They treat being in ESL class like being on the playground. Got a couple of bumps and bruises on the jungle gym? Made a few English mistakes? And that’s how it should be! That being said, speaking out loud in front of other people—especially in a second language—can be nerve-wracking for anyone. 1. 2. Those are a couple of big ones, but there’s still more. Important Considerations for Teaching Adult ESL Students If you’re teaching a class overseas (rather than a class with mixed nationalities in your home country), you need to be aware of local sensitivities, especially to appropriateness in mixed gender situations. While your school may have considered it acceptable to have men and women learning in the same room, you should notice if students have a strong tendency to sit separately based on gender. What can you do about it? There are a few other things to consider about teaching ESL to adult students: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Digitale, ma sempre un libro In che forma i libri di testo possono conservare la loro funzione nell’era del digitale? Come devono essere concepiti, pensati, scritti, intesi, proposti, usati? Proviamo a rispondere ripercorrendo alcune tappe della complessa storia del libro di testo come strumento di apprendimento. La storia dell’uso del libro di testo come strumento di apprendimento è lunga e complessa; se si vuole capire se e in che forma i libri di testo possano conservare la loro funzione nell’era del digitale, occorre ricordarne almeno alcune tappe. Nel nostro Paese, nel secondo dopoguerra, l’editoria scolastica ha attraversato sostanzialmente tre fasi. In un primo periodo, che arriva più o meno alla metà degli anni Settanta, il libro di testo si propone come strumento unico, spesso – soprattutto per quanto riguarda la scuola dell’obbligo e le discipline umanistiche – fortemente orientato alla riproposizione acritica di modelli ideologici e valoriali tradizionali. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

La rinascita delle biblioteche pubbliche a New York Lungi dal diventare irrilevanti nell'era digitale, le biblioteche di New York e più in generale degli Stati Uniti stanno vivendo un vero e proprio momento d’oro: aggiungono ore di apertura nel fine settimana e alla sera; assumono più bibliotecari e personale; espandono il loro catalogo di corsi e di servizi, fino a includere servizi di consulenza lavorativa, classi di programmazione informatica, corsi meditazione, consulenze su come pianificare la propria carriera e perfino lezioni per imparare a lavorare a maglia. Non più semplicemente depositi di libri, le biblioteche pubbliche della Grande Mela sono state capaci di reinventarsi come centri di aggregazione che mirano a offrire qualcosa a tutti i cittadini. Per molti newyorkesi il vero rifugio estivo non sono gli Hamptons o Jersey Shore, luoghi splendidi ma che richiedono la macchina e un piccola fortuna per essere raggiunti. Il messaggio è stato ascoltato. Non mancano anche le storie e le parabole di vita, tanto care agli americani.

A Good Infographic Featuring 30 Web Tools for Teacher Librarians June 17, 2016 Librarians make a huge difference in our students lives. They are entrusted with a wide variety of educational tasks. Some of these tasks according to Queen University Library include: help students with information-related activities, assist students in developing information literacy skills that allows them to navigate and search the web effectively, collaborate with teachers in creating challenging project-based activities, run different literacy clubs, build library collections and many more. After we have reviewed some good books for librarians, we are sharing with you today this handy visual featuring a collection of practical tools to help teacher librarians in their daily work. 1- Database portals

Using the Camera Tool in ClassFlow Presenter | Camp ClassFlow Using the Camera Tool in ClassFlow Presenter Jul 9, 2016 Camp ClassFlow – Day 38: Using the Camera Tool in ClassFlow Presenter with bonus video from Ron Clark Academy! Get your free ClassFlow account at ClassFlow.com. Check out any activities that you may have missed here. BONUS: See how Dr. Let’s look back on the previous 37 days of Camp ClassFlow: Get your free ClassFlow account at ClassFlow.com and follow along! #CampClassFlow Show and Tell: Like this: Like Loading... Related Submit a Comment Your email address will not be published. Host a ClassFlow™ Dynamic Teacher House Party Teachers: Check out our ClassFlowParty, it's perfect for you! Become a ClassFlow Ambassador We’re looking for #edtech leaders. Camp ClassFlow Recent Posts %d bloggers like this:

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