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This shows you how to use Kahoot and lets you create your very own quiz.

Using Kahoot! with Learners of Any Age and Subject

Game-based classroom response system for or BYOD classrooms, could use instead of clickers. Benefits both educators and learners.

One Less Headache: My Favorite Websites for Teaching English.

One Less Headache: My Favorite Websites for Teaching English Always good to have a reminder for Grammar Bytes!

Resources For Learning About Formative Assessment

(Thumbs are one of my favorite forms of formative assessment) Be sure to read my Ed Week column, Ways to Include Students in the Formative Assessment Process. As the new school year approaches (we …

Today I’d like to share three more activities that have worked great for me as icebreakers for the first class with groups of teenage students. All the games help students get to know each other better and promote discovering what they… Continue Reading . . .

Today I’d like to share three more activities that have worked great for me as icebreakers for the first class with groups of teenage students. All the games help students get to know each other better and promote discovering what they… Continue Reading . . .

ESL Categories Activity (Beginner / Intermediate)

A fun ESL game that can be adapted for students of all levels.

A free collection of Educational Technology Websites divided into categories.  Links to lessons for each website. TOPICS 1.	Presentations (Prezi, Haiku Deck) 2.	Multi-Media Posters (Glogster) 3.	Blogs (Kidblog) 4.	Mind Maps (Popplet, Slatebox) 5.	Online Response System (Kahoot)

EdTech Websites By Category - Educational Technology Checklist & Certificates

This is a free collection of educational technology websites divided into categories. Many of these could be incredibly helpful for a secondary English class!

Speak for one minute or two about....

Speak for one minute or two about. worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

ESL Categories Activity (Intermediate / Advanced)

A fun ESL game that can be adapted for students of all levels.

English worksheet: Telephone language

Here you can find worksheets and activities for teaching Telephone language to kids, teenagers or adults, beginner intermediate or advanced levels

Use editable standards checklists to get and STAY organized. Use Excel or Word, or just quickly add students' names and hit print. Digital and paper- the best of both worlds! $

Use editable standards checklists to get and STAY organized. Use Excel or Word, or just quickly add students' names and hit print. Digital and paper- the best of both worlds!

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