Engaging the actively curious minds ofyour students
First step is getting to know our students 1. What are you really good at doing? 2. What do you love to do? 3. Tell us something amazing about yoursummer? 4. Draw a small logo to represent who you are.
T. - What makesyou want to learnEnglish? C. - I have apassion tounderstandpeople who aredifferent. T. - Why don’tother studentswant to learn likeyou do? C. - They don’tfeel they havecontrol over theirown lives.
to set free (as from slavery) to endow with a franchise: as to admit to the privileges of acitizen and especially to the right ofsuffrage to admit (a municipality) to politicalprivileges or rights
Allow students to take responsibilityfor their own education. Demonstrate that they know morethan they think they do. Allow them to be successful. Give them something they can bepassionate about.
– to attract artfullyor adroitly byarousing hope ordesire.
We can be cryptic. We can encourage. We can be passionate. We can ask questions. We can show how to imagine. We can be descriptive. We can have fun.
It’s a beautiful world – 11th - A Know your rights! – 11th - B The art of talking – 11th - C The legislative power – 9th - D Traveling around the world – 9th - E My favorite subject – 5th - F At the post office – 6th – G The United Kingdom – 9th - H Finding your lifework – 12th - I
Have students create a survey aboutschool or their town. Create a school brochure to entice morestudents. Create a website or a Facebook page forstudents by students. Create a school magazine. Create a school newspaper.