Homeschool Teaching Tips-Using Flashcards in the Classroom

Homeschool Teaching Tips

Homeschool Teaching Tips

Homeschool Teaching Tips. But he was still hungry! It's got such attribute, the book, the image of it, the fruit, the course it's drawn, the caterpillar - it's very distinctive. Five oranges. We talked a lot about what the caterpillar feed before, and we speak of the days of the week within the framework of the procedure every day, so it was putting it all together. Jade. What period comes next? Well done! Everybody? Friday! I like to keep a balance in my world-class between use the IWB and more hands-on activities because apparently different kinds of activities appeal to various types of learner. It was an extremely hands-on, tactile activity. It appeals to kinesthetic learners. It's still extremely visual; there's an auditory element to it as well because we're constantly saying its language and listening to our peers and our teacher speaking its language. And it devotes the student's ownership over it too. In the first part of the activity, they're picking up the flashcard and making it to me which acts as positive incentives as well for them to raise their hands.

It's one of the big-hearted reasons you verify hands are shooting up because they know they're going to get their hands on something and get to is one thing. One lollipop... One article of...cherry pie Oh lovely over here! There he is! Monday he feeds one ... We do the days of the week then we are moving forward the fruit to under the days of the week. Then we move that onto the caterpillar. So that was another repeating and review of its language, another practice of its language, which, if you did all that on a whiteboard, you'd be echoing the same thing again, whereas that added another dimension to it. Those flashcards I can do things like getting students up and making them the working day of the week, get them to sort themselves into such orders and then to make other students fruit, and they've got to find the person who's got the day of the week that goes with their fruit.

The caterpillar will be left on the wall and used in further Homeschool Teaching Tips to review the language at the beginning, and likewise as an independent activity for students who finish their work promptly, or who I experience could do with a little more practice with me. I can let them do that independently, and they can take the flashcards off and lodge them all back on again. Those flashcards are shaped like the fruit, but if you had left them as a rectangle, you could do Pelmanism, matching the different cards. Retelling the story as well, working with a small group of students or with the whole class. We're going to the zoo To verify a kangaroo We're going to the zoo To check a kangaroo and a lion to We're going to the zoo. The monkey's swing and ascent They know it's feeding day The polar birth and seals Enjoy their fishy dinner We're going to the zoo To verify a kangaroo We're going to the zoo To check a kangaroo And a lion too We're going to the zoo.

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