Designing mini-flash cards

I recently updated my mini-flash card template. My school (and I suspect many teachers) create their mini-flash cards using Microsoft Word. However, I’ve found that to be problematic, often leading to mini-flash cards that are hard to work with (digitally), and...

Spiderman

One of the applications of differentiated learning is to make your lessons more engaging by understanding your learners, and personalising lesson content to their needs and interests. I’ve been lucky to be teaching a small group of Starter students for a while...

What is TPR?

Total Physical Response (TPR) is a method of teaching English developed by Dr James Asher, that combines language and physical movement. In short, its providing an action made with the body, that the students can use to support remembering each piece of language. For...

Phonics Uno

Today, I want to share with you a set of phonics ‘uno’ cards I made a while back. Late last year, I made a deck of phonics uno cards to test out with my Starter class. Unfortunately, my Mac hard drive crashed, and I hadn’t backed up the source file....