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Have your students draw themselves. After they have done this, collect the papers and hang them up for the whole class to see. Now have students try to guess who the artists was for each picture. At the beginning of the year, write a short letter about yourself as the teacher. Tell the students where you live, what your hobbies are, and if you have any children, pets, etc.
Hand out your letter to each student in your class and ask them to write you back with similar information about themselves. Give each student an index card. Have them write a question that they would like to ask the other students in the class. Examples might include, "What is your favorite song?
When you say, "stop," students have to stand beside the person closest to them and ask the question that is on their own card.
Both students have to answer the questions. Now have them mingle again and meet a new person. The "What Am I?
Have the students get into a circle. Give each student a post-it note. Have each person write a noun on the post-it note. Then stick the post-it on the forehead of the person standing to right of them with the noun showing. If they do not guess correctly, the person on their right gets to ask a question.
Keep going until all of the noun have been guessed, or your time limit has expired. These are a few of my favorite things. Pass around a sheet of paper and some pens. Ask the students to write their name and their favorite TV shows you can come up with your own topic for favorite things.
Collect the papers and pens. Begin reading the answers, but have the class guess who wrote the response. Call out any month of the year and have all students born in that month come up to the front of the room. It is up to the students to decide who stands first, second, etc.LearnEnglish Kids is brought to you by the British Council, the world's English teaching experts.
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Be sure to see our tips for using Every-Day Edits in your classroom. Father’s Day printables are flying around blogland but I decided to create my own. Alex and Andrew filled out their “All About My Dad” forms and will give them to Derek on Father’s Day along with a . Our lesson plans are free to use - just click on the lesson plan links below and print.
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