28th Jan 2018

Finally, we are off to the last bunch of poetry reading tasks in which you could engage your students after doing pre-reading and while-reading activities! Post-reading activities are important as they provide opportunity for students to make connection with the […]

20th Jan 2018

After warming up your classroom with pre-poetry reading buddy activities (picture prompts, title-guessing rebus game, and author’s biographical reading capsule), it’s time to set your classroom ablaze with five while-reading activities: suggestopedic reading-aloud, vocabulary notebook and word wall, think-pair-share comprehension […]

14th Jan 2018

Most language and literature teachers find poetry as the most difficult genre to teach. To provide a workable and practical solution to this perennial problem, I have conceptualized and implemented in my classroom an innovative technique called Poetry Reading Buddies […]

17th Aug 2017

This deserted island survival activity is based off the Lost at Sea team building game with a little tweak to fit my students’ needs. This is n relation to the book Robinson Crusoe in my literature class. In this lesson, students participate […]

10th Jul 2017

Here’s a simple PowerPoint presentation I made, including editable fingerprints on word document. File Type: .zip File Size: 12 MB   ALSO TRY: DAY OF THE DEAD COLORFUL SKULLS

3rd Mar 2017

Diorama Project for Literature Setting is an indispensable literary element in every story. It is the time and place in which a story happens and it often affects the mood or atmosphere of a specific scene. Exploring the setting and […]

26th Sep 2016

Classroom performance activities are successful ways in having your students speak using English. It basically refers to activities in which students are required to, as the name implies, perform in front of their peers. It enhances students’ knowledge of the […]

28th Feb 2016

In this sci-fi project, students are going to make paper mache futuristic Earths or other imaginary planets as described in science fiction. This was a cross-curricular activity based off of our Literature reading of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? […]