In the US, they call it Duck Duck Goose. In Bulgaria they call it Pesek, while in Ghana they call it Antokyire. Children across the globe call it many different names, and in the Philippines we call it Iring-Iring. Iring is a Bisaya (Filipino vernacular) word for cat. Share the post “Cat and Mouse: Reinvention [...]
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Part of the series: EFL Makeovers Have you ever been to an auction sale before? An auction is defined as a type of sale where the price of an item is negotiated through the process of competitive and open bidding. It is normally a public sale at which items are sold to the person offering [...]
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“Flick a card. Flick a card. Start the game, And let’s have fun!” Share the post “Siklot: Reinvention of a Traditional Game for EFL Classrooms (by Marco Brazil)”FacebookTwitterGoogle+
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My students and I love projects. For them, projects are the reward for working hard. For me, they’re the payoff for all the baby steps leading up to them, and a chance to see if my students can use English in “authentic” ways. My kindergarten class just finished their first project. I’ve had these 5 [...]
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