We all know this symptom:
Kids see a flashcard and answer promptly with the phrase they have learned with it.
They hear a song and sing the lyrics~even hard ones.
30 minutes later we ask a similar or sometimes even exactly the same question outside the context and blop!
QUESTIONMARK EYES ?
How can we help our students not falling into the Flashcard trap?
If you have any stories, questions or comments on this, please write them down, BELOW!!! Thanks for watching.
And here is my Facebook Live session on WHY to use Flipgrid. What makes it different to other platforms? How do we introduce it to parents and students?!
If you have further questions after watching this, put them in the comments.
Watch this live about Why to use flipgrid as a learning platform
I finally figured out a way of how to share some more thoughts with you who are not using facebook .
Today's live was on an almost hot topic.
Can we balance work, parenting, household without burning out?
I made some maybe striking observations of my own.
Do you have any hacks on this topic?
How to Flipgrid
A week ago I did a Facebook Live on how I started setting up Flipgrid in my EFL classroom.
It sounds like many teachers got inspired and are wanting to try it.
Please let me know how it goes, and what ideas and topics you come up with.
Meanwhile, I finally mixed a tape of several student works, you can check HERE.
I tried to mix a variety of ages, levels, confidences, and topics.
They all did this without my help. I gave them a topic per video, and off they went.
Which of the topics do you like most?
Looking forward to hearing from you.