martina gasparikova
martina gasparikova
martina gasparikova

martina gasparikova

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ESL, family relations, family relationships, family members, family connections, ESL vocabulary

vocab tennis; this blog has AMAZING ideas for active learning. Love it!

Fun Review/Vocab Game I play this with my hs students all the time. I call it a "Snowball Fight." They LOVE it!

vocab tennis; this blog has AMAZING ideas for active learning. Love it!

This is a zipped file with PowerPoint and PDF versions of a 103 page presentation based on work from WholeBrainTeaching.com. The presentation will introduce your students to the Five classroom rules and five of Whole Brain Teaching's basic learning techniques: Class-Yes, Hands and Eyes, Mirror Words, Teach-Okay, and the Scoreboard AND a lesson on What is a Sentence?

First, if students are suing gestures, then the teacher can easily see who is on task and who is not. Second, this brings in some kinesthetic learning and activates more areas of the brain. Third, this gives students who are antsy, overly active, or have ADHD some movement instead of being forced to still still and listen. And fourth, it's fun! Teach Okay brings laughter and fun into teaching and learning. Using gestures amps up the energy and gets everyone involved in learning!

Whole Brain Teaching Richwood High School seems way more fun to me! Definitely in LOVE with this management method! Interesting to see how I can tweak this for first grade! :)

Lending a Hand: 7 Reasons to Use Gestures in the ESL Classroom

Teaching & The Brain (With Gestures!)

LEARNING ABOUT THE BRAIN~ This post if for teaching kids about how learning happens in their brain using hand gestures. However, I think it's also for people who want to learn more about whole brain teaching and why certain approaches are more effective than others!