The Best “Fun” Online Video Games For English Language Development There are many “adventure” and “escape the room” online video games that, at first glance, might not appear to have much educational value. However, if you look a little closer, a number of them can be a gold mine for engaging language-development activities. Many “gamers” on the web create what are called “walkthroughs” for these games — written step by step instructions on how to “beat” them. Teachers can divide students into pairs, give them copies of walkthrough, and you’re unlikely to find another English reading and speaking where you will find more engagement. Though class “winners” might be the first five pairs to get through the entire game, you’ll find that students, particularly boys, will love getting ahead of others and then stop to help their classmates so they can show off their video game-playing prowess.
The Best Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced English Language Learner Sites Last week, my classes all of a sudden became more challenging. Instead of teaching two separate classes of United States History to Intermediate English Language Learners, one double-block period of Beginning ELL’s, and one period of IB Theory of Knowledge, my schedule now looks like this: First Period: U.S.
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Six Writing and Grammar Lessons and Activities WeAreTeachers is pleased to welcome guest teacher-blogger Tiffany Rehbein. Tiffany is a high school English teacher and writes the Core Grammar blog at Sadlier School. Find Tiffany’s blog as well as free grammar and writing lessons, activities and games over at Sadlier’s PubHub. The best way to improve students’ writing is to have them, well, write. For students, being told to write can feel like being forced to eat that pile of broccoli at dinner, but it doesn’t have to feel that way! These six engaging writing activities can be incorporated throughout the day, in any subject, and take from a few minutes to an entire lesson.
Children: 10-12 year-olds By Olha Madylus In this section, find out how 10-12 year-old children learn and develop. Projects By now it is clear that students have very different approaches to learning and have distinct preferences and interests. A project on animals can ensure all are satisfied. Cartoon Story Maker A quick look at the Cartoon Story Maker back to top... Features Features list character and background librariesimport your own imagestext bubbles and information boxesaccent key panelimport voice recordingsbuilt in recorder to add your own voice recordingsunlimited number of framescopy and paste framespreviewprint functionsaved stories can be opened and editedcopy and paste text from other documentshelp files (available online and included in the program)