This is a roleplay where students travel to their favorite country and have a conversation at the airport with the immigration officer about their visit.
Students were given an outline of the conversation and asked to customize the details as they like. A little imagination can go a long way and the imagination of children is out of this world; for a moment it can carry them to their dream destination.
Practical Conversations that can be used in real-life situations are one of the ideal English classroom activities to teach students practice their speaking skills.
Learning English with songs is one of the fun ways to learn the language. Not only that, with songs you can practice “fun fluency” and “speed pronunciation” of speaking the language. And most importantly, singing along in the classroom is also another fun and happy bonding with your classmates and friends.
“How to Create a Portfolio in Microsoft Word:” Using Microsoft Word, you can create a polished portfolio virtually with any application, including informational brochures, business proposals, artistic submissions and more. The most important thing to keep in mind is how to dynamically and efficiently present your portfolio’s information.Here we are learning how to use the toolbar in MS Word.
Students are Creating a Portfolio with as much design as possible making it look beautiful.
What is SketchUP? It is a software that let you use your computer to create models of objects and buildings in three dimensions.It is used by civil engineers, architects,graphic designers, film-makers and others. Here, students are introduced on how to use the toolbar and create a simple building design, and in response the students are picking the task up at a very fast pace.
M3/3 Basic Web Design HTML
Introduction on how to create a simple web page .HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. These codes are written on the text editor called the notepad or TextEdit on a Mac. Today’s class we are practicing it in class, specifically on understanding how to write the code and creating a simple web page.
M1/2 on making a mixture with water and oil. For this experiment, here are the questions that the group needs to answer: How to mix the water and oil together when the oil will just float on the water? What makes the water separated from the oil? These were the questions that ignite the interests of the M1/2 Science class.
While doing the laboratory, students showed eagerness to know the answers of their questions ans were happy to do the experiment. They performed well and enjoyed the activity. In fact they were able to understand why the water and the oil cannot be combined at all without the help of this so called emulsifier.
In the experiment, they used two types of emulsifiers-yellow mustard and the polysorbate-20. They had been stirring so hard mixing the water and the oil at first without the emulsifier but no matter how much effort they put, it ends up imperfectly combined. Then, they tried the first emulsifier which is the yellow mustard. The result was appreciated but not satisfactory. The mixture was not totally mixed. Finally, the polysorbate-20 was used to see whether it can completely combine the water and the oil. The students were amazed with the result because they had got the answers of their inquisitive questions.
This experiment was conducted not only to achieve the objective which is to mix the water and the oil completely using the emulsifier but to enhance the skills of the students using the scientific knowledge of investigations. Thus, this scientific knowledge they gain might help them in creating something for the purpose of a real life situation.
Let’s meet the new members of the Mini English Program, the M1/2 students doing their “new normal” style of Friday Activity Day. In this activity, students were learning English through English songs and English Dance Wii.