29th October Republic Day of Turkey
The 29th of October is a highly crucial day for all Turkish people. The great founder of Atatürk declared that Turkey was a republic henceforth by establishing the Grand National Assembly of Turkey on 29 October 1923. Since then, we have been celebrating the 29th of October and commemorating Atatürk proudly.
It is a certain duty as teachers and youth to convey this important date and its meaning to our younger ones.
Hence, I created these small cards for our students. They can draw the meaning of the date or they can prefer to write some words or sentences for the day on them. You can hang these cards on the walls, doors, or bulletin boards later on.
Expected outcome: The student is able to grasp the meaning of the importance of the foundation of the Turkish Republic and express his/her feelings about this important date.
Differentiated Writing Activity About Favorite Seasons
This is a differentiated writing activity that is staged well from a small mind-map to the writing step with a great sample about favorite seasons.
For your lower-level students, you can use the second page which is semi-controlled writing activity whereas the third page presents a free writing activity for higher-level students.
Expected Outcomes: The student is able to gather his/her ideas about his/her favorite season and visualize it.
Lower-level: The student is able to complete the half sentences about his/her favorite season by using his/her mind map.
Higher-level: The student is able to write a small paragraph about his/her favorite season by using his/her mind map.
Find Someone Who
It is a useful and fun WARM-UP activity for PRESENT SIMPLE, THIRD SINGULAR PERSON or GETTING KNOW EACH OTHER.
The students walk around the classroom and try to find the person who has the things written on the chart. They write their friend's name who has the thing on the chart. Whoever finishes all the boxes at first, the person will be the winner.
These bingo cards may help your students to learn the names of the furniture in a fun way.
You can hand out cards randomly and play it like a real bingo game. Say all the furniture names one by one randomly and your students will cross out the furniture pictures when they hear their names of them. Whoever finishes earlier will say "Bingo!".
Expected Outcome: The student is able to learn the names of the furniture.
How many house objects?
These pages can be used as handouts or in your online lessons.
When you reflect on the pages on your screen, the student is basically answering the "how many" question by circling the given house objects and writing the total numbers of them in the small purple square on the left-down corner of the screen.
Expected outcomes: The student is able to recognize the given house objects/items.
The student is able to count the given house objects/items.
Making Conversation with "Want To"
These slides will help your students to make fluent conversation with the phrase "want to". They can build questions and answer them. They can also benefit from the background pictures to give them some ideas while making conversation.
Expected Outcome: The student is able to make a question with "want to" and answer it.
Numbers' Names Bingo Cards
These cards may help your students to learn numbers' names in a fun way.
You can hand out cards randomly and play it like a real bingo game. Say all the numbers one by one randomly and your students will cross out the numbers that they hear. Whoever finishes earlier will say "Bingo!".
Expected Outcome: The student is able to read the names of the numbers from one to twenty.
Places in Town / City Board Game
This is a fun way to learn and memorize the names of the places in town/city. You will need a dice and as many pawns as the numbers of the players. Then, wherever the pawn lands, the player should name the place correctly. If s/he names it wrong, then s/he should wait one turn. Whoever finishes the game earlier should wait for the others. The others who finish the game later can do a favor like "giving a hug" or "bringing a cup of water" to the winner :)
Expected Outcome: The student is able to name the places in town/city.
Using Capital Letters
This small handout can be an effective evaluation for your students to check if they understand where they use capital letters.
Expected outcome: The student is able to decide which nouns begin with a capital letter.