Here's a unique way to learn and practice proverbs for a higher level class (and probably high school or univ/adults).
Put a few common proverbs on the board without the ending. You can bring a horse to water but..........
Solicit replies from students to finish them. It can be funny! Then reveal the true ending , if they don't know.
Top 5 was the first game I developed and the positive feedback I got from it, really keep me motivated to make more games. Teachers loved its simplicity and students loved the competitive aspect. It also has a neat creative thinking skill aspect.
1. Hand out the worksheet for each student. Put them in groups of 3/4.Name one scorekeeper for each group.
I'm a big fan of SCC - student created content. Instead of just handing out a photocopy or a worksheet - get the students to make the activity or worksheet!
They learn while making the content and since they have an investment in the actual content/stuff of the lesson, they are much more motivated and it is much more tailored to their "context" and world/level.
One easy way to begin to do…
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