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Foreign Langauge Ice-Breakers
I think that the ice-breaker activity is a good one for the beginning of the year, but also any other time as well. Divide a piece of paper into as many squares as you want - probably at least 12 - 16...
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Journaling
Once a week each of my students write to me in our dialogue journals. They can ask or tell me anything. They write in a marble copy book that is kept in their desks. I reply after school on the same d...
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Pinning Grammar and Mechanics
This high school teacher uses humor to keep her students engaged with her grammar and mechanics lessons. She started a Pinterest board with examples of humorous, real-world grammar mistakes. Find out how she did it and how you might use Pinterest too.
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Relating to the Text
Sometimes small connections can make a world of difference in gaining students' interest.
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Saving Student Notes
When I teach grammar skills to my tenth graders, I save their note sheets and return them to the students in their senior year...
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Verb Charades
Warning: this learning game may cause lots of squealing and grunts, but it definitely reinforces the meaning of a verb. Needless to say, kids love playing it. You’ll be surprised how much their “verb” knowledge grows throughout the year.
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