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I used post-it notes in the activity 'Guessing the celebrity'. Students wrote a celebrity name on the post-it and stick it to their own forehead; Students needed to ask Y/N question to figure out who the celebrity was. It's fun!
I tried colored post-it notes last night to group students after mix and mingle and ask them to write down one or two words on the note and talk about the reason why they could be "closed friends" with one another. Today, I'm going to ask them to talk about their favorite weather with the colored pencils in F2F, and see how well it'll work. Fingers crossed.
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Thank you Anna. They are practical tips to help lower level learners overcome their fear and make the lessons more engaging and interesting.
I love this "learn" session which is crystal clear! The speaking Aids are quite flexible for many types of classes. I've tried post-it notes in my F2F "Talking about abilities", "School days", "Childhood memories", etc. It's a lot of FUN! BTW, I think "Small Objects" is really helpful to bulid up the students' confidence as well. Thanks for sharing, Anna!
Really nice job here, Anna. Very informative!! Nice video editing too.
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