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Grammar Fun – Used to…

I spend days and days thinking, researching, gathering ideas for me to approach anything in the classroom.

I really think that we should spend time creating or researching how to approach some subjects in class. 

I came up with the idea of how to teach used to. When I applied the subject at first, I didn’t explain any grammar structure. At the end they actually new just how to do it. Of course, I am approaching structure afterwards, but here goes the idea. 

I asked my students to bring their pictures when they were babies and they made the awesome Craftivity about things they used to do and how they used to be when they were younger. That worksheet I made myself, that is me when I was a baby. I loved doing that! Learning used to was never that fun! 

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Creating your own Business- Guided Crafitivity (Writing)

That was a lot of fun! You can also download the objectives so students can get organized.

(PDF)Creating a Business Guiding Worksheet – Business

Creating your logo 

TOPIC: How to choose the right color for your brand using color psychology?

  • Create the name of your business

  • What does this business stand for? (Food, beauty products, video games, etc.)

  • Evaluate the best way your costumers can feel when they see your logo.

Task 2: Creating your business card. 

Include your logo, name, email and telephone for contact.

Task 3: List some products you will be selling. 

They do not need to be something you create, you can research them.

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Delicious Comparative and Superlative – Grammar for fun

Teaching grammar can be actually fun, in fact students may find it more interesting putting grammar in context along things they enjoy.

You start this grammar teaching with this exercise, and then you can go deep in the content. You assess student’s prior knowledge first. After that, they will absolutely get more confident when you approach the hard part.

There is nothing written in the presentation because you will build the sentences with your students opinion.

Download the PPT here : comparative-superlative-chocolate POWER POINT P