Core competencies: communication and collaboration
Enhance communication skills while promoting teamwork with this collection. It includes resources for group work and presentations to encourage communication and collaboration in your classroom.
Class Rules Group Activities
This product includes three activities perfect for centers or as an individual activity once class work is complete. Activities include: 1. Role Playing Dice This game includes 6 class rules that can be used during a game of charades. Rules include: Be kind to others, pay attention to the teacher, do not run in class, look after your stationary, raise your hand and push in your chair when leaving your table. The dice is available in color + black and white. There is also the added option of completing your own dice or adding rules to pictures. 2.Class rules puzzle This activity includes 20 class rules. Students need to match the rule with the picture. Rules include: Respect others, take care of stationary, sit correctly, good manners, raise your hand, keep the class clean, keep your workspace tidy, help others in need, follow directions, respect school property, no bullying, always tell the truth, be creative, sharing is caring, wear your mask, keep your distance, line up neatly, use equipment correctly. The puzzle is available in color and two puzzles per A4 page. 3.Class rules dominoes Perfect as a center activity and available in color. 6 Rules are covered in this activity. Rules include: Line up neatly, raise your hand, no bad words, respect others, follow directions and keep the classroom clean. Each domino block measures roughly 12x8 cm. Thank you for your support! Have a DAZZLING day!
Classroom & Group Counselling Values
Teaching values rather than rules. Teaching values in in your classroom helps students learn and practice healthy attitudes and behavior, such as respect, honesty and kindness. Education on good character helps students develop good habits and virtues. Values enhance classroom management because students know what's expected and learn to abide by those standards. It's easier to teach children (and adults) who know how to exercise self-control, show patience and work hard. Rules give the perceived idea of controlling a group or classroom rather then facilitate positive behavior. These posters may help to promote values in your class! Enjoy x The Teaching Counsellor
Language game cards
A set of 72 picture cards. Each card has a word written on it, as well as a picture to illustrate it. Learners pick a card and describe the word to the rest of the class who in turn guess what the word is. This can be used as a fun game to encourage public speaking or be used as an assessment. Game rules and rubric for assessment included.
Life Skills Performing Arts Formal Assessment and Drama Games (Creative Arts)
This task contains 15 drama games to play with primary school-aged children, and a formal assessment task to obtain a mark for performing arts i.e. Music, Singing, Dance and/or Drama. The games help to develop: character recognition, exploration of the senses, language expression, gestures, inflection, facial expression, body language, pretend/imaginative/role play, action communication, animal expression, storytelling, emotional expression, introducing oneself, and voice projection. The task is suitable for primary school and can be used in English lessons. Foxy's Remedial
Communication through time
A PowerPoint presentation of 129 slides covering: What is communication The San The postal system The radio Early typewriters before electricity Telegraph Telephones Cameras Televisions Computers Internet and cell phones Also included are quick guides in date order, who invented what and images of famous people. Printable homework worksheets of 11 activities. A bit of fun in the classroom - covering 10 questions.
Listening and Speaking: A Term's worth of Tasks/Lesson Ideas
I designed this as an ESL class but it can easily be used to practise and boost speaking skills in any English classroom. This pack includes 6 tasks, a mix of oral presentations and games, as well as an assessment rubric and article on how to write a good speech. I generally run a listening and speaking class every Friday and give them two weeks (1 week to prep and 1 to present) for the tasks that are not games Task 1: Who am I? (2-minute speech preparation) Task 2: Guess Who? (game) Task 3: My Favourite Holiday (presentation) Task 4: Describing It! (game) Task 5: Movie Review (presentation) Task 6: Giving Good Speeches (assessment presentation)
Learn Colloquial Expressions & Idioms In English (EFL Work Pack) 8+
Learn Colloquial Expressions, Idioms And Well Known Sayings In Informal English 'Improve Your English As A Foreign Language' Work Packs save hours of time when preparing lessons for students where English is a second language . The packs are suitable for intermediary speakers of English, who want to improve their written English. Each work pack uses our humorous comic character 'the alien Zoggy' to guide the student. They provide a fun light hearted approach to learning English (suitable for young learner of 8 years plus through to adult). The work packs help the student: To learn idioms and colloquial phrases used by fluent English speakers (which often catch the foreign speaker out) To use the right preposition after the verb To set out and write formal letters in English To expand their vocabulary for speaking and writing, by replacing boring words with more interesting words To improve their skills in English grammar Each pack includes tuition pages and follow up exercises to practice the skills learnt. By the time the student has worked through each pack, their command of English will be at a much higher standard. This work pack is taken from ‘Improve Your English As A Foreign Language’ The complete book is also listed. 21 pages Watch the video below, for a sneak peek inside this fantastic series... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hZbOTkAXHms