Ediomas e-Learners! Bom dia.
Notícia do momento, a sepração do Reino Unido da União Europeia está deixando os grandes do mundo de cabelos em pé. Não seria diferente no mundo dos esportess.
Esta notícia foi veiiculada no site da BBC Sports e é sobre este impacto no mundo da Fórmula 1.
Deixo para os meus ávidos interessados na língua inglesa uma atividade anexada neste post sobre palavrinhas bem parecidas, mas com toda a diferença no seus usos e na ênfase de seus empregos: likely/ alike/ uneasy/ uncertain. As definições dessas palavras foram retiradas do Collins Dictionary.
Divirtam-se! E aproveitem o gosto que tem ler notícias do outro lado do mundo direto da fonte.
Bom final de semana!
Yesterday I was attending to a seminar where teachers were presenting their projects with students from different ages, different disciplines. I saw very good ideas that were put into practice but one thing that caught my attention was a testimony of one teacher saying how she felt her students grow during the project by doing basic things which they didn’t know how. Examples? Select the best piece of their own work; organize their things to promote a line of thought; applaud their friends by doing things better than themselves.
All these things that we consider basic are not for students. Another thing experience brought me was not to take students for granted. Yes, we have to teach them basic things.
Today, during our kids’ class we had a moment like that. By playing a game regarding school objects and colors, kids could manage time, competition and anxiety. One started crying. Then, she pulled herself together and started the game. One got nervous because wasn’t the winner. Then, he realized that his classmate’s work was better than his and accepted second place. And we’re talking about 5, 6 year-old kids!!
More than contents, they need to learn about themselves. Check below the activity:
Played a video that presented this vocabulary and the structure “What’s this?” here’s the link: https://youtu.be/TARreOtrWUg
We sang along. After watching two or three times, ask your students to pick these objects up from their material and the movement starts.
To conclude, in a separate sheet of paper, draw 6 boxes and ask them to draw the objects as long as they hear it in the song. Give them some time, but go changing the boxes and the objects. Correct their activity using the video.
Follows the same dynamics, but now use balloons. They have to draw 9 balloons and color them according to the song. Correct their activities by repeating vocabulary with kids. They will correct themselves!