Listen to the show. This week’s show is about nothing. Listen at your own risk! Game of the Week: Crazy IQ This is a word game that helps students expand their vocabulary and test their own limits in a fun and unique way. Great for larger classes but can be adapted for smaller groups. The […]
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Listen to the show. This is a word game that helps students expand their vocabulary and test their own limits in a fun and unique way. Great for larger classes but can be adapted for smaller groups. The ideal targets for this game are upper elementary school students to adults. Have fun!
Listen to the show. Small groups have their advantages. THere are many things the teacher can use but there are also some things to be aware of. This show covers some of the advantages and disadvantages of working with small groups and some activities and ideas to help you out. Game of the Week: Cells […]
Listen to the show. Here’s a pretty simple word game that’s fun and requires little preparation. Just printout this gameboard and hand them out to the students. You can have students work in pairs or on their own. It’s a great vocabulary game and warm-up activity for older children to adults. Enjoy!
Listen to the show. There are some dos and don’ts in reading to your students or having them do reading tasks. This podcasts covers some of the things to think about with younge children, teens and adults to help them get the most from and enjoy reading. There are some ideas for activities in the […]
Listen to the show. A simple game that requires no preparation. Students race to the board and … you’ll have to listen for the rest. It’s great to get them moving and even works with college students and adults.
Listen to the show. One on one classes can be tough or … they can be great! Here are some tips for planning and follow through for some great one on one classes. Games & Activities for One on One Classes Jenga Drawing Dictation Othello and a few others More Useful Information One on One […]
Listen to the show. A fun and easy to prepare game that works to improve fluency, volume, and can be used for grammar or vocabulary review. All you need is a deck of cards and some students. 🙂