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Creative teachers + Creative students = Better Learning

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Creative teachers + Creative students = Better Learning

  1. 1. Creative Teachers + Creative Students = Better Learning Vicky Saumell
  2. 2. Image: http://www.iheartnaptime.net/inspiration-board/
  3. 3. http://thecreativestack.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/creativity-is/ http://dollarstoremom.com/2012/10/inspirational-creativity-quotes/
  4. 4. "Creativity in the context of ELT is recombining known elements in a new and engaging way. For example, borrowing activities and techniques from a very different field and applying them in the language classroom." Jorge Sette (Brazil) "For language learners, I think creativity is about going beyond language for language's sake, and using it as a tool towards making something. For language teachers, I think it's about not being afraid to experiment with the unknown and venture out of your 'safe zone' now and then. Experimentation is the investment, and creativity is the reward when it goes well." Damian Williams (UK) "Creativity is Imagination in action“ Fabiana Casella (Argentina) "Being creative doesn't always mean being original. Sometimes you can give known ideas a new twist. For me being resourceful is also being creative. Dealing with unexpected situations - thinking on your feet." Ela Wassell (Poland)
  5. 5. https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/styles/large/public/images/wool_iStock_000021431921XSmall_1.jpg?itok=h7jx0rX- Creative language practice
  6. 6. Creativeroutines
  7. 7. He goes to bed at 9 o'clock and wakes up at 6 o'clock. He has breakfast at 9 o'clock. He eats some bread with a cup of coffee. He finishes breakfast at 7 o'clock. At 7 o'clock in the morning, he starts practising with music. He composes music every day with his piano. At midday, he does different activities like going to the park with friends, having lunch, sleeping, going to visit his parents. At 3 o clock he starts to do exercise alone or with friends. He goes to gym or go for a walk until 4 o'clock. At 4 o'clock he starts to do activities in his free time and works with new jobs. He enjoy his free time until 9 o'clock then at that time he goes to bed. In his free time he always sees Maria, his girlfriend. Rocio R. M
  8. 8. Pablo Picasso goes to sleep at 2 a.m, and he wakes up at 10 a.m, time at which he has breakfast. He enjoys some free time until lunch, and around 3 p.m he paints until 11 p.m. He has dinner and return to his paintings until he goes to bed at 2 a.m. Micaela L.
  9. 9. Maya wakes up at 5 in te morning and goes to bed at 10 o'clock at night. After waking up, she immediately goes for a ride in her bicycle until 6 am. Then, she has toast and a cup of coffee for breakfast and spends the rest of the day writing poems until 3 pm. After that, she has lunch and sees her friends for tea. At 7 30 pm she researches about poets and lessons about writing. Then, she goes to the cinema and eats dinner with her boyfriend. At 10 pm she is already sleeping. Giulianna R.
  10. 10. Houseplans
  11. 11. Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment is a studio. The living-room and the bedroom are integrated. The kitchen is small, but the bathroom is very big. There are two armchairs and one chaise long, and a tiny table. The closet is bigger than the kitchen, and it’s full of clothes, there are three windows, one in the living-room and two in the bedroom, where there is a small desk too. There are four rugs, and the biggest one is in the living-room. Next to the kitchen there is a small table, with only one chair. Cecilia N.
  12. 12. OnceuponaTime
  13. 13. Personal expression http://artsidestudio.wordpress.com/2012/11/04/express-yourself/
  14. 14. Personal introductions
  15. 15. Pic Lits
  16. 16. Exposure to creative types of language. http://ltsig.org.uk/ Image: http://superspacechick.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/2.jpg
  17. 17. Taken from
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  20. 20. responses http://www.discoveringlatinamerica.com/literature-home.html
  21. 21. Shakespeare’s AMidsummer Night’sDream
  22. 22. Book Trailers
  23. 23. TheEnormous Crocodile
  24. 24. HiddenPoetry
  25. 25. Allow for open ended tasks so that students have room for choice. http://thepoliticalcarnival.net/tag/pro-choice/page/3/
  26. 26. Once your main objective is clear you can come up with more than one way of achieving it. http://www.hpx-party.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/choice.jpg Choice as a planned strategy within a lesson
  27. 27. My contact details E-mail: saumell.vicky@gmail.com Websites: http://vickysaumell.blogspot.com/ http://educationaltechnologyinelt.blogspot.com Twitter: @vickysaumell Image on cover: http://www.sevenwholedays.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Creativity.jpg http://www.designjuices.co.uk/2011/12/text-art-typography-ads/
  28. 28. My contact details E-mail: saumell.vicky@gmail.com Websites: http://www.vickysaumell. com http://educationaltechnologyinelt.blogspot.co m

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