A landform is a geographic feature that appears on the surface of the earth. Examples are simple features such as mountain, plain or valley. Try these three ideas to create a landform project of your own.
Your first grade students will develop their listening skills and comprehension while having fun through these easy and fun listening activities.
The sociocultural theory, a second language acquisition theory module, proposes that second language can be acquired through social interactions. Language teachers should be able to provide activities that would allow students to socialize and interact.
This is a lesson plan on teaching about habitat to fifth graders using smart boards. It presents activities and assessments with the aid of smart boards for a more interactive discussion.
Find some great games to enhance and assess phonemic awareness among young learners. Learn several games to help the beginning reader to recognize individual and meaningful sounds in a word.
Since young students are constantly exposed to ads in print, on TV, in the net, on radio, using ads is no strange thing to them. The challenge is how to direct the role of advertising in the students’ academic life to more constructive purposes aside from its entertainment value.