Let out for good behaviour – #ILILC3
My second presentation at ILILC3 was called Let out for good behaviour.
The blurb said
Let out for good behaviour? refers to leaving the classroom being (often) seen as a treat. There are many ways to ‘break free’ of the walls of your classroom, both physical and virtual, and this session will involve both. Participation is required as we explore activities and games, that will enhance teaching and learning whilst bringing a breath of free air to a stuffy classroom. Technology will be involved but you don’t need anything but your imagination and sense of adventure to enjoy the activities.
Although my presentation was somewhat spoilt by the weather meaning we couldn’t get outside and make a mess with chalk, there was much giggling as we played Punto de contacto, went on a QR quest to solve animal riddles, went Placespotting and tried to win chocolate by solving dominoes. And much more of course! It’s great to know that some of the ideas I shared have already been used in classrooms!
Below are my slides from the session.
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My name is César, I am also a Spanish teacher. I write my own songs to use with my students and they love them. Check them out, they might be helpful
Muchas gracias César. ¡Las canciones son fantásticas!
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