Basically we just reviewed all that we already knew and used http://www.onlinefreespanish.com and found the game "Preparando Pizza". I simply listed all the vocabulary from the website, found the pics, and gave to the students to prepare their own meal tickets. The older students did a mathematical component using pricing per each "topping".
Using http://photovisi.com We applied using Kidspiration! Using PHOTOVISI.COM Amazing how much students love acting out emotions!
This is a sample method to teach PowerPoint, PrintScreen, and L2 vocabulary for Kdg, 1st graders at mid year. The EL DORMITORIO Lesson: Teaching "The parts of the bedroom in Spanish using The Web 2.0 "Dressupgames.com" application with Polly Pocket's beautiful bedrooms and PPT.
Virtual or Real, games are the best ways to learn language. Here are some I strongly recommend for optimal classroom experience. All you need is a label maker and creativity to give these games a twist ! BBQ Blitz- For this game I used my Dymo TS500 (above, my new love) and labeled the... Continue Reading →
Fun. Fabulous. FREE. Here's my top lucky 7 besties of all as of February 2014. ELL, Foreign Language (FL) and ALL SUBJECTS - CLASSTOOLS Classtools is a free, interactive site where teachers can prepare games and resources with minimal or no experience. Included as part of the free resources there is the Fruit Machine (which... Continue Reading →
I tried this project as yet another way to teach food and ordering in restaurants to my FLES students. I tried the same with my EFL learners in English and it worked wonders. I saved it as a template, then as a PDF, and as a word doc to offer a variety of ways to... Continue Reading →
I used Pixie 3 to focus on the main skills: ID the main components of pizza (our food unit) Divide them into vegetales, frutas, carnes, pan Put together a creative piece Elicit student sentences by providing a template. PStep 1, refresh the names of possible meats, veggies, cheese, etc. Divide them. PS: Tomatoes and Mushrooms... Continue Reading →
Prior to introducing food vocabulary I use http://www.ecookinggames.com. I also use Supermarket Sweep. For the latter, I print screened the four different food menus of the game and will make them my vocabulary. I also made the slides into vocabulary slides. The difference is that this time they are divided by food groups. Since there... Continue Reading →
Al- Fudail, M.; Mellar, H. - Investigating teacher stress when using technology. Computers & Education (51) 3 p. 1103-1110 This mixed-model study aimed to explore whether there is a significant and quantifiable build up of stress among teachers who are using technology in the classroom. The rationale behind the study is to determine whether the stress does... Continue Reading →