Students sitting around too much? This post shows you how to use Chat Stations, an easy way to get kids more engaged while still working with content. Video tutorial included.

Students Sitting Around Too Much? Try Chat Stations

Chat Stations can also dramatically improve whole-class discussions. Because students have fully explored each issue in the less-threatening Chat Station setting, they will be better prepared to participate in a larger class discussion next.

Fun Speaking Games for your French Classroom: part 1 - time bomb - use this game to get your students to practice vocabulary, grammar topics and structures, and even math!

Fun Speaking Games For Your French Classroom: Time Bomb

Daily participation anchor chart for Core French. Students get a level at the end of every Core French class (image only)

Sign language is something which is used as a means of communication between people who are hard of hearing or deaf and cannot speak.

This simple, repetitive Readers’ Theatre or Play is great for beginning French speakers in Primary immersion. Children will love to learn vocabulary about Canadian wildlife and their sounds. This resource could be used during Hallowe’en for it would give the students a chance to dress up in non-scary apparel. Alternatively it could be used during S.S.'s Canadian Provinces or with the Science unit - Characteristics of Living Things. Tips for presenting and mask-making are included.

L’original, Dis-moi...Théâtre de lecture des animaux au Canada et leurs cris

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