December

Ways to Learn with Technology – Teacher Reboot Camp – Education Article

Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar! Technology surrounds our students and gives them a platform to share with a global audience. Technology is how our students learn, communicate, entertain themselves, collaborate, and seek advice. This is why students need their teachers as guides to inspire them to make a positive impact on the world with their use of technology. In the graphic below are 20 ideas for getting students to create, problem solve, and critically think with…

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Traditional British Christmas Foods – Education Article

The video-based worksheet allows students to explore traditional British Christmas dishes. The tasks are aimed at Elementary or pre-Intermediate learners and rely on images and matching strategies. The video-based assignments aim to develop listening comprehension. There are also pronunciation focus tasks and comprehension questions. Finally students can research traditional British recipes of their choice and play group word game with the names of the dishes. Similar Worksheets Download the worksheet(610.69 Kb, 0 downloads)

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Document Learning in a Digital Portfolio – Teacher Reboot Camp – Education Article

Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar! Digital portfolios are powerful learning tools for students of all ages. A digital portfolio allows students to upload and keep a record of work over time and share this work with family members and school staff regularly. When students regularly look back and reflect on their work they are able to see what they have accomplished and set goals for improvement. In this way portfolios facilitate ownership of learning, goal-setting, and…

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Frosty the Snowman (1969) Worksheet – Education Article

This 26 minute Frosty the Snowman animated video is a classic from 1969. This worksheet is for pre-intermediate and up. It’s in eight parts with each part’s approximate start and end time listed. Probably two-three of the eight parts can be completed … This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by wmappleteach Read Full Article

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Teaching High School In December: A Three-Point Survival Guide – Education Article

For high school students, the month of December has lost its luster. There is no belief in Santa, and the elf is missing from its shelf. Replacing the holiday excitement is a mature appreciation of scarcity and disparity.   Adolescents are a blend of intellect and naivety. Their eyes are opening to a world that they previously defined differently. They are struggling to find their place in this world, and they are under incredible stress to perform academically and socially.  December…

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Timeline Tools to Document and Analyze the Past – Teacher Reboot Camp – Education Article

Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar! Students can create digital timelines to analyze the past and help teach others. Timelines help students display their research in a dynamic way with photos, clickable links, video, and audio. Creating a digital timeline is engaging and also inspires students to teach others. The timelines students create present history and research in an interactive display. The free web tools below will get your students started. 💡Discover more ways to integrate technology…

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Christmas Chatterbox – Education Article

This appeals to all ages, making a Christmas chatterbox. We discuss greetings that are used at Christmas both spoken and written. There are a number on the sheet you can choose from. Students write in their greetings. It is good to use this next step as ‘instruction’ time and get them to follow you one step at a time using words such as top, corner, fold, crease, flatten out etc. Most students will know how to make them but it…

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Hanukkah Worksheet – Research Activity – Education Article

To celebrate Hanukkah we have created this research activity for students to enjoy. This worksheet was created by PrimaryLeap.co.uk . Hanukkah is the Jewish Festival of Lights and lasts for eight days. It usually falls in late November or December. Je … This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by PrimaryLeap Read Full Article

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