domingo, 27 de octubre de 2013


Enjoy Halloween creating your own mosters!
Play with the IWB in your class, your students can describe the monsters they create to practice oral skills. If you want to work on writing, just print the monster!
Thanks for sharing @AnaCristinaPrts!

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jueves, 22 de agosto de 2013

Lessons in a can by David Deubelbeiss

Thanks for sharing this book David Deubelbeiss!!
" INSTANT LESSONS100’s of multimedia lessons, fully described withmedia, resources, worksheets, powerpoints and extensions"

martes, 23 de julio de 2013

lunes, 22 de julio de 2013

How to Promote Literacy and Skilled Communication

I recommed this article about how to promote literacy and the suffering of the poor communication skills. Here some ideas:
  • our society does not value the written word the way it used to
  • don’t push children to learn to read and write when they aren’t ready
  • modeled writing
  • teach reading rationally
  • children are most motivated to learn to read when the material is meaningful to them.
  • poor communication skills due to high-tech communication
  • high-quality public education requires carefully considered, long-term planning and generous infusions of funds.
Read the complete article
How to Promote Literacy and Skilled Communication

miércoles, 3 de julio de 2013

Literacy games online

Enjoy these games online to practice Literacy and download the app of some of them. Each game explain its objective.

jueves, 13 de diciembre de 2012

sábado, 17 de noviembre de 2012

Web of Stories

Web of Stories
Just discovered this website and I love it! Are you looking for real stories to be use in your English class? Do you want to participate recording you story?
This project began as an archive of life stories told by some of the great scientists, but as it has been growing, now it's open up to averyone.
A great example of collaborative project, isn't it?

viernes, 16 de noviembre de 2012

Free children’s ebooks for ages 3-11 | Oxford Owl

Free children’s ebooks for ages 3-11 | Oxford Owl

A must-see website to read online books with your primary students. They provide practical advice and top tips to support reading in the primary school years.