Winter holidays are almost here, but before they come, here's my suggestion for you to find wonderful collection of Christmas pictures and colouring pages (click the ginger bread men):
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
à(s) 10:43 AM
Friday, September 9, 2016
School is about to start here in Portugal, so here's my little "back-to-school" treat :)
If you click on the pictures you'll get a PDF with both options, make sure you only print out the one you want.
Have a great school year and keep up the Teaching-Frenzy :)
à(s) 4:06 PM
Sunday, May 8, 2016
|Draw in English|
Have some of your student finished a task way before the others?
Ask them to draw in English!
The only rule is: "You can only draw what you already know how to say in English". I don't ask them to write the words, but eventually they all end up doing that to prove to the teacher they DO know what they're drawing (even if they misspell it...Oops).
On the other hand, there might be a "Bruno" on a class somewhere who decides to draw a shark, because he's mad about sharks and he can really say the word SHARK with all his teeth ;). However, Bruno accidentally draws some seaweed on the bottom of the ocean as well...Oh, Oh... Well, he's just given you a great opportunity for some vocabulary work ;) Grab it!
à(s) 8:18 PM
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
I love games! And so do my students. Before Carnival short holidays I've decided to let them play a bit. However, in order to play they had to "make" the game (yeah, no work, no fun... they know that, already ;) )
Each number on the snake corresponded to a question or command that the students had selected before playing.
In each class I had different questions coming up. This is a great way to set up a revision lesson.
Here's how it looked like in one of my classes:
Keep up the Teaching-frenzy ;)