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I teach kids privately and this year I have 5-6 bright ten- eleven year old pupils who are in their second year of studying English. I think they would benifit greatly by writing to friends in different parts of the world. Of course the subjects are still basic and everything should be supervised by a teacher. I thought of six different letters about the following subjects:
1) About myself, my family and pets.
2) My school, classroom and English teacher.
3) My hobbies and free time activities.
4) My neighbourhood and city/village .
5) My religion and our holidays.
6) My favourite things and the reason I like them (food, music, singer, sports team etc)
I would like it to be by snail mail as this could be an oportunity to learn about countries, stamps
and.... patience as you have to wait for the letters in this instant world!!!
I hope some of you teachers are interested in such a project.
some of my students want to make pen-friends in order to meet new people, learn other cultures and improve their languge skills. so we need some people, adress to write letters. if your students are eager to be our pen friends please write here.
I, as a mum, had many concerns when my son of just 7 or 8 years had to spend many hours a day to make his homework (that was many years ago). I saw many videos on youtube and also in the news, here in Spain, parents claiming the same concerns and demanding less homework. There is a country that everyone is capable to admit it is a model for any other country when talking about the spare time children have after school and how they deal with extracurricular activities (and of course homework), Finland. Now, I have stepped on an article written by a father with this same problem, and I wanted you all to have a look to it, and maybe make a bit of pressure to all those in charge of administrating this type of studying programs, which I know well cannot do much as govs are behind all this, but since many countries have the same issues and we are many teachers here, maybe we could do something about it...
connect the long A words that rhyme,and match with its picture
Level: elementary Age: 6-8 Downloads: 1
This worksheet helps kids read and understand graphs. Have a great class.
Level: intermediate Age: 8-12 Downloads: 3
Survey in sports
This material should be used to do survey and interviews. After, students should build a graph with the results and write about their fidings. Have a wonderful class.
Level: intermediate Age: 8-11 Downloads: 5