Last December, in the week before Christmas, I created the Christmas Quiz and it was quite a popular template. So, I thought I would release it again. This year however, I have tried to add some improvements based on the feedback … Continue reading The Christmas Quiz
Can you believe it’s nearly December? Around this time last year I wrote about making your own class advent calendar, so I thought maybe it’s time to produce a new one to countdown to Christmas. I had the luxury of some time, … Continue reading Countdown to Christmas!
Last year, I wrote a post about using Excel to keep a word bank. It was one of the most popular posts of 2014 and the template was downloaded over 2000 times. I was thrilled by the amount of people that had … Continue reading Word Bank 2.1 – Vocabulary Lists in Excel
Decision Brackets1 is an activity inspired from the world of sports and works like a decision tree but in reverse. It is intended to generate discussion and help students form their own opinions. But instead of a list of competing teams hoping … Continue reading Decision Brackets: Giving reasons for your choices
Recently, Sandy Millin wrote a post about an activity called Hobby Circles. I really liked the idea of the activity, so I tried it out in a few classes. However, I’ve come to call this ‘the three circles activity’ because I used … Continue reading Three Circles: A ‘getting to know you’ activity