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tw_karen
Karen Hogan
Taiwan



Hello everyone. br I am a Canadian teaching in lovely Taiwan. It´s funny where our lives lead us. br Teaching is my passion, and because of this website, I now have inspiration and new ideas. br Thank you everyone for your contributions and for supporting my contributions.

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Sentence Making Game
This is a game I have used for the past 3 years for our English Week activities. I have perfected which words and how many words to use. After this third time, I got is right. All the words and punctuation needed are here. You just need to expand the words to a playable size. For the game I put the word cards on the ground and allow each group...
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Type: others
Downloads: 41


 
The Holiday Movie Test
Thanks to Philip R for the template. This is a worksheet to go with the move "The Holiday." A sub started to show it to my students and when i came back they begged to continue watching it. Well, nothing in life is free, so they had to pay by filling out the movie worksheet.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 41


 
Like A Surgeon Weird Al
This is an addition to my medical unit. Weird Al does a parody of Madonna´s Like a Virgin. Great way to introduce some medical words in a humorous way. BTW, check out Weird Al on the web. (The address for this song on the first page will take you to his youtube site.) Look up Weird Al and grammar lessons. He is just priceless!
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 40


 
Brain Teasers/Funny IQ Test
I uses this as an oral lesson. I tell the kids that they will have a test and I will be keeping score. I tell them that if they get the answer right (as a group) then they (as a group) get the point and if they get the question wrong... THE POINT IS MINE! I tell them that if I win I will give them extra homework, so they try a little harder. ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: others
Downloads: 39


 
What if Series 13 (object series): What if… You were a kite.
This series includes a string of questions that lead up to a writing prompt. The students answer the questions either by writing them down or through discussion. Those questions guide the students to answer a “What happens next?” scenario.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 38


 
What if Series 14 (object series): What if… You were a key.
This series includes a string of questions that lead up to a writing prompt. The students answer the questions either by writing them down or through discussion. Those questions guide the students to answer a “What happens next?” scenario.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 37


 
What if Series 16 (object series): What if… You were a window.
This series includes a string of questions that lead up to a writing prompt. The students answer the questions either by writing them down or through discussion. Those questions guide the students to answer a “What happens next?” scenario.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 34


 
What if Series 17 (object series): What if… You were your report card.
This series includes a string of questions that lead up to a writing prompt. The students answer the questions either by writing them down or through discussion. Those questions guide the students to answer a “What happens next?” scenario.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 32


 
What if Series 19 (object series): What if… You were a postcard.
This series includes a string of questions that lead up to a writing prompt. The students answer the questions either by writing them down or through discussion. Those questions guide the students to answer a “What happens next?” scenario.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 30


 
Portfolio/Workbook Cover 1
This is a workbook cover I made for my students. The writing is editable. I hope you will find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
Type: others
Downloads: 24

 

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