Apr 17, 2015

Collaborative Activities in eTwinning Projects: Breaking the Ice Among Partners

Last year I attended an eTwinning webinar on using collaborative activities and web2.0 tools in eTwinning projects. The short collaborative activity on breaking the ice among partners, designed by Emilios Papadimitriou and me on blubbr.tv, is included in the guide below:

Apr 11, 2015

Writing a Haiku

Writing haikus is a popular activity in education as they are simple to write, read and memorise. Their short, fixed form make them easily accessible to students of any age and level. Below is a simple lesson idea where students analyse the form of haikus and later are invited to write their own. If computers are available, students can use the Haiku Poem Interactive found in readwritethink.org/.

Writing a Haiku

Apr 4, 2015

Concrete or Visual Poetry

A fun way to introduce or re-introduce Poetry in the EFL classroom is through concrete or visual poetry where the poem is arranged in a way that illustrates its theme. Concrete poetry can be playful and creative enough without having to be complicated or comforming to rules.

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