Tag: tesol

7 Free Short Vowel and CVC Online Games for Desktop and Classroom…

Following on from the selection of rhyming games post a few weeks ago I have put together a list of short vowels and Phonic CVC online games for teachers to be able to easily access in lessons. There are three of mine on there, mainly and i hope not arrogantly but it seems there are a lot of older games out there that are starting to look very dated. I will let you judge that for yourselves.

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How to use Augmented Reality (AR) in the Classroom

Some inventive ideas on how to use Augmented reality in a primary classroom. from AR walls to reading lessons. Adding a little something to help students visualise and interact in lessons really helps them retain the knowledge. With AR it doesn’t have to cost a fortune either.

Should You Teach Phonics in Kindergarten?

I wanted to start this off with a question, and it’s mainly aimed at ESL kindergarten teachers. I am wondering how you teach the Alphabet in K1, 2 and 3? I am a Primary teacher who mainly teaches year 1 to 3 in my school, as do most of the teachers on Hong Kong’s Native teacher scheme. (NET scheme), and most of our students come up from K.3. with great knowledge of the letter names of English but less so the relationship between the sounds and the letters

Teach Your Monster to Read: The Best Phonics App for Junior Students.

It almost pains me to write that title. I make apps to help students, I have about 12 of them on both Google and Apple and they are pretty good. None of them are the one I am talking about here though. Here is is all about Teach Your Monster to Read made, and made really well, by Usborne in the U.K. The links are all at the bottom for the app and website.