Showing posts from December, 2017

Antonyms Activity- "ANTonym Hill"

Topic: Opposite Words
Class: 3rd Grade
Skills: Vocabulary, Grammar, and Creative Expression.

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"-Albert Einstein. I believe this great quotation because as a teacher I should aware of the content and standards of my children. So I always search for the right method and activity to carry into the classroom to give the best to my children.
         Here I found this ANTONYM activity on the PINTEREST and carried into my classroom. Once I taught opposite words in a period and informed to my children, you are going to design an ANT Hill in the next class. So I instructed my children to read the opposite words well to prepare the ANT hill.
         In the next class, I supplied the ants and hill and guided them on how to prepare the ant hill. They coloured, pasted and wrote the opposite words on ants. Finally, they did very well. So right activity always explore the hidden skills of a child and helps to achi…

Adjectives- Grammar Activity and Language Game

Topic: Adjectives Class: 3rd Grade Skills: Speaking, Writing, Grammar, and Creative Expression.
Here I am going to describe how I taught an adjective topic to my 3rd class students in an activity based. I started my period by asking my students to say some words that we use to describe a person or thing. They gave some examples in their mother tongue, I megaphoned them into English, wrote on the board and also added some other words. I explained the meaning of the words and made them read well. After a small interaction by giving some example sentences using the words, I told them we are going to play a language game.
Language Game: "Snow Ball Fighting"                It is one of the well-known language games to develop creative writing skills. I have used this game to stimulate my students to write about his/her friend using those adjectives during the transaction.
How to play: Give a white paper to each and ask them to write their name on the top of the paper. Tell your student…