Our featured blog of the month for December 2016 goes to Svetlana Kandybovich and her post 1 Worksheet - 10 games.

Svetlana's post gives you ten games for irregular verbs from one blank sheet of paper. And what’s even better, the students get to do all the work!

December's shortlist includes ideas for using songs to develop accuracy, listening activities to help students learn grammar, a website to use for describing characters and project-based learning ideas.

  • On The Same Page – Pathways to Accuracy: “Somewhere Only We Know”. Miguel Míguez shares an innovative activity that uses a song to help students develop language accuracy. Students find their way through this maze to read and understand the lyrics of 'Somewhere only we know' by Keane.
  • Gianfranco ContiTeaching Grammar through listening. Gianfranco describes a series of class activities you can use to help students learn grammar through listening.
  • Edtech 4 BeginnersA website to use when teaching character description. A wonderful website which we can use with our young students to create fabulously, funky, fantasy creatures!  
  • Cristina CabalA Project-Based Learning Activity: Unusual Traditions. Have you ever tried Project-Based Learning (PBL)? Cristina Cabal describes what it’s about and provides a step by step guide on how you can approach it. 


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