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As we saw in last week’s Teacher’s Corner, the process of creating student groups doesn’t have to be boring! This week we will explore more ideas on how to create impromptu groups for collaborative learning activities and projects.
Using comics in your classroom is a great way to engage your students! Check out Why English? Comics for the Classroom. The stories, written by teenagers and young adults, provide a fun opportunity for learners to increase vocabulary and practice reading. The activities at the end of each story incorporate ways to practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.
Course 16 of the Shaping the Way We Teach English webinar series begins April 22nd. Register for the course through your Regional English Language Officer or local U.S. Embassy. You can view previous webinars here on our website.
Activities and lesson plans for teaching about classroom management.
Getting Students Into Impromptu Groups and Pairs - Part 2
For this week’s Teacher’s Corner, we will explore more ideas on how to create impromptu groups for collaborative learning activities and projects.