In one of our international exchange projects my 6th grade kids have introduced our little town.
It is very basic, yet it was a great project, the kids planned all by themselves. I only called the principal of our local school to get permit to film.
I was a bit surprised how excited the kids were to show all of their school. They really feel 'at home' here and have a healthy sense of pride.
What do schools in your countries look like?
Do you have a ghost mirror?
This is pretty exciting~at least for me.
I was creative during my week off from classes, and pretty productive.
And NOT because it is 'Friend's day' on Facebook, but because I think sharing is a natural need for learners, a natural gesture for friends and a natural obligation for teachers and educators, I SHARE.
So, What am I up to:
I made my first digital breakout.
You will be able to use it with kids who are through their phonics.
Well, you can try it yourself.
Here is the URL.
In case you need a game code, send me a message.
If you use it and talk about it on SNS etc, don't forget to tag me.
11 月 2020