Hello, my name is Marian and I’m an english teacher in Spain. In this site I would like to show you some of the stuff I use with my 6-11 students. Moreover, I want to publish and advertise about some web or blogs I find very interesting and useful for me, and I think for… Sigue leyendo Welcome!
Today I bring some resources I have found in the web about St Valentine. Although I do not celebrate much this festivity, maybe you can include some work about it in you plans. And here I am to dedicate a little time to think and look for some interesting resources you can use. I have… Sigue leyendo St Valentine’s resources for the english class
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Hello teachers! How is your week going? Today I come with some ideas to help you when creating activities ! First of all I would like to say that all my recommendations are based on my experience, and may help you or not… In my opinion a good…
Recently I have discovered this interactive game to design your own snowflakes. You can use it in class to show your students the way you can make a snowflake with paper before doing it, and by this way you can previously see the result of your cutting.
En las clases de Inglés siempre usamos muchos juegos para introducir primero y practicar después el vocabulario que trabajamos en los temas. Por supuesto cuanto más pequeños sean los alumnos, los usamos mucho más por ser la mejor herramienta para que los alumnos vayan aprendiendo casi sin darse cuenta. Os dejo aquí un ejemplo de… Sigue leyendo Games with mini flashcards
(By EVA DEL AMO en web Aprendemas.com) Cada vez más expertos consideran que, siguiendo unas sencillas pautas, puedes hacer que tus hijos crezcan siendo bilingües de una manera natural. La globalización ha hecho que la necesidad de saber un segundo idioma se queda corta. Ahora, la sociedad demanda personas bilingües y para ello hay que empaparse… Sigue leyendo Articulo: Niños bilingües: nacen… y también se hacen
(by Cambridge english) Many things that children do for fun give an opportunity to learn English, and drawing is a good example of this. When your child finishes a drawing, you or the ‘artist’ can label the picture, using only English words and phrases. Either let your child draw whatever they like, or create a… Sigue leyendo Teaching tips: Learning through drawing
(By Cambridge english) If your child wanted to learn about animal habitats, you could practise key vocabulary and concepts by doing some funny drawings. Fold a piece of paper into four parts. Ask your child to draw on the first part, for example: “Draw the head of a polar animal.” Help them fold the paper… Sigue leyendo Creative drawing
(By the blog of Lizzie Pinard) Here you can find a compilation of activities for the classroom you can use in every moment: at the beginning, as warmers, as revision, to practice skills, etc. It could be very useful. This is the link
(By the blog Efl Recipes) Also known as a board jump, this versatile activity can liven up grammar and get students up out of their seats in a controlled TPR practice activity. This is good for language points which have two (or three) options to choose from, for example: ‘for’ or ‘since’ with time expressions… Sigue leyendo Revision game: Riverbank
(By the blog EFL recipes) Let’s start the ball rolling with a warmer. This is a good one for reviewing a recently studied lexical set (e.g. weather) or to introduce a topic by quickly brainstorming vocabulary connected to the theme of the lesson. It’s very simple to set up, requires no preparation, is short and… Sigue leyendo One warmer game: ladder race