Students answer a vocabulary quiz in a fun-like manner.
Present Perfect versus Past Simple: further practice.
The idea of the lesson is to develop students' creativity and writing skills by presenting/drawing an ideal-, crazy-, perfect-, dream-, weird-house and describing it.
The basic idea: Record yourself with a video to get an immediate feedback, so that you can improve your work.
A very easy introduction to animation is an animated card. When introducing animation students are unsure of how it works. This is a simple and easy way for them to begin and is suitable for all abilities.
Blogging is an excellent way to allow pupils to share their writing with a real audience outside the walls of the classroom environment.
Processing depth is a keyword in learning. Once you can explain an issue to somebody else, you have really “learned” it sustainably. With the app “Explain everything” you can easily create films including animation.
This lesson focuses on equivalent fractions. Students will explore the relationship between various fractions.
Book creator is a versatile app that allows pupils to create their own ebook using their own text, photos, video and voice-over. The book creator interface is easy for pupils to navigate. Books that are created can be saved in a variety of ways (e.g. exported to iBooks, saved as a PDF, video etc.).
This lesson plan outlines how iMotion can be used to create a stop motion animation using pupil's own diorama designs (created during art class). Pupils worked in groups to create their own storyboards and finally recorded and edited their animation. A cross curricular approach (Art & English) is used and pupils worked co-operatively.