Is it possible? A board game for post-reading

I’ve seen a lot of posts recently by teachers that are teaching novels for their classes and feeling like it is not going well. In many ways, teaching a novel as a unit is easy: most publishing companies have provided very complete Teacher’s Guides for their novels, and a teacher simply needs to use the resources…

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Juguemos en el bosque

Back in the day, I turned the classic children’s song “Juguemos en el bosque” into a game for my students to play and get in repetitions of clothing vocabulary. It was a great filler game and always an option for P.A.T., in addition to a planned part of the lesson for any unit that targeted high frequency structures…

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Sentence BINGO

Oh, if only there were more hours in the day! I have so many posts that I need to write about the sessions that I attended at #CSCTFL15 last week. It was an excellent conference, and I left with loads of great ideas! This particular #CSCTFL15 share is another one from Mira Canion‘s presentation on…

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