# Riddles!

If you think you're a ... try these riddles! Do you have a riddle? If so, send it along with the source and the solution to me at mcarlton@calpoly.edu. 1. Let's Make a Deal (from Marilyn vos Savant's column "Ask Marilyn") You are a contestant on the game show Let's Make a Deal, and emcee Monty Hall has a game for you to play. Solution 2. A professor tells her assistant that she dined with three people last night. Solution 3. You stand at a fork in the road. Solution 4. You have undoubtedly heard of those mysterious islands where half the inhabitants always tell the truth and the other half always lie. Solution 5. You have twelve coins, eleven identical and one different. Solution Gordon Marquardt (Milwaukee, WI) created the following solution algorithm. 6. A family has newly moved into the area. Solution 7. "What's your phone number, Drew?" Solution 8. Suppose you're taking a multiple-choice quiz. Solution 9. An old king is about to die and he has no offspring to inherit the crown. Solution 10.

Logic Riddles and Answers Photograph Brothers and sisters I have none but this man's father is my father's son. Who is the man? This riddle often amuses both kids and adults. Non-verbal classroom management tips This is the second post in the new series I’m introducing on The Cornerstone called Real Teachers, Real Tips. Each month, I’ll invite one educator to share a few classroom management tips that have worked in his or her classroom. I’m hoping to feature a wide cross-section of teachers from all different parts of the world, at all different grade levels, in all different teaching scenarios. Want to be featured here? Just fill out the guest blog form!

77 Educational Games and Game Builders I'm often asked if I know of any games for subject "x," "y," or "z" for a particular grade level or age group. My answer is usually yes, but I need to search my archives. Therefore, I've gone through my archives and dug up many of games that I've mentioned over the last four years that are still active online.

ESL Games for the Classroom Alphabet Shout Out Randomly choose an alphabet flashcard and award a point to the first student who shouts out a word beginning with that letter. Alphabet Writing Relay Divide and line up the students into two teams. Divide the board into two halves and have one student from each team run to the board, write 'A', then run to the back of the line. The next student writes 'B', etc. The first team to finish wins. Alphabet Erase relay As 'Alphabet Writing Relay', but this time, write the alphabet on each half of the board and have each team race to erase the letters in order.

ITESLJ: Great ESL Games Games and Activities for the English as a Second Language Classroom Page 2 Return to iteslj.org/games. Transition Time.... It's like Hammer Time for the Classroom No.... not really but it got you to click, right?! Hiya there Peepers Shuna here ESL TREASURE: Games & Activities Back and forthDivide students into two teams. Get a student from each team to stand up. You set the category i.e. days of the week or fruit etc. The students must say one word then the next student quickly says another related word.

Running Dictation I’m sure you all have at least some kind of experience with dictations in the classroom. Most of the time, dictations are considered boring and can get really frustrating for students, especially if they are still learning how to write in their L1. Here is an idea for practicing dictations and making them less painful. Running dictation is a type of dictation in which your students are responsible for it from the start.

LANTERNFISH: ESL Games and Game Boards The ESL game boards found on this page are in the form of Microsoft Word documents. It may take a few second to open. Just click, print, and photocopy. A great motivating TEFL activity.

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