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Use these engaging while-reading activities: suggestopedic reading-aloud, vocabulary notebook and word wall, think-pair-share and more!...
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Pre-poetry reading activities can help the learner to be more prepared for what they are about to read and get ready for more complex tasks....
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This Boggle vocabulary game is based off of the popular family game in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. The purpose of the game is to discover as many words as possible within a jumbled...
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Here are some fun Christmas classroom activity ideas that you can use to add a bit of holiday cheer and excitement before that much awaited winter break!...
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Can students find the safe zone before it’s too late? Or will zombies take over the world? Download this super engaging and fun conversation game now! File type: pptx ALSO TRY: FUNNY BRAIN TEASERS...
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Here are some end of lesson activities and ideas that can be used for the remaining three to five minutes of you class time....
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In this Halloween Creative Story writing activity, I prepare 10 of each of the following elements of a story: character, time, place and situation. I have my students select 4 numbers (from 1 to 10) which corresponds to an item...
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Here’s a quick Halloween activity based off a Mexican holiday called Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. I know these are two different holidays but this activity really set the atmosphere for the Halloween season in my...
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Here's a list of better Microsoft powerpoint alternatives for presentations that every teacher can try for FREE in their next lessons!...
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Formative assessment tools are a great way to measure a student’s performance before, during, and throughout the instruction process....
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This deserted island survival activity is based off the Lost at Sea team building game in relation to the book Robinson Crusoe in my literature class....
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In this fun abstract word art activity, kids practice building sentences then create paintings of the mad-lib sentences they come up with....
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Puzzle Maker – This is a PowerPoint presentation that you can use if you decide to let your students (individual or groups) create puzzles themselves for their classmates to solve. You can assign each group their task (word categories) and...
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Vocabulary Maps is the first context visualized workbook designed especially for visual learners who are learning a new language....
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As told by Ben Greensmith Moving to Logroño to teach was a bad idea: nothing went to plan and it was no fairy tale story of teaching English in Spain. My experience may serve as a cautionary tale for others...
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In this simple game, students will guess the mystery word based on two or three pictures. The pictures are the clue to the puzzle so the students must be able to identify them first, then combine the words to get...
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Running Dictation is a classic pair work where one student is the runner and the other is the writer. The runner reads the sentence posted in the classroom walls and runs back to the writer and dictate the message. This...
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Pin Me! This is a quick, no-prep vocabulary review game. Use the PowerPoint to show the winning pattern for the round. Students can make the grid and write the vocabulary words on their notebook or you may use the BINGO...
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