Tuesday, May 21, 2013

MORE iPAD SURPRISES!

A photo of a page taken from an ebook full of games
 and teaching ideas by the British Council. This now
serves as a board and springboard to add some fun to
rather traditional activities, such as spelling tests.

Playing iPad games, like Bad Piggies, can be a pleasant break for
young learners, who are then more likely to continue participating
in the lesson, just for the time for the next game to arrive!
Games are a valuable teacher's tool as far as introduction
or consolidation of target vocabulary is concerned, allowing
students to have fun and produce the language at the same time.

Little George has visited Venice recently and decided to
create a drawing of its favourite place on his iPad, while
explaining all about his experience in English.

Two amazing twins drew an apron using the DrawSomething
application and picked up related new words with no effort at all! 

Argyro did not simply visit a webpage on the iPad, but actually drew it!
Find more spy projects on the Top Secret website.

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