While we may all look at our phones, or if you are the teacher reading this our watches, to tell the time this wasn’t always the case. A few hundred years ago all people had were Sundials and while sundials are obsolete now the paper sundials are great for teaching a whole host of subjects…
We have researched English Speaking Games and activities for all levels, backgrounds and ages of students. Activities like the ”Yes/No game. Call My Bluff, On Call” can all be scaled to address students needs. Utilizing speaking games for English students is a proven way of maximizing participation and retention of language.
A friend of mine just showed me this and its really cool and might help keep the children entertained at home during this time! I use AR in my lessons sometimes ( and VR) so i know how excited my students get when they see it.
Using AR ( Augmented Reality) in the Classroom is a amazing way to bring your lessons to life. These are some of the best options out there!
Useful, simple, easy and fun. This Chromatography experiement is suitable for all ages. I have run it with 7 year old ESL students and it is a great way to spend a lesson. Free resources included!