In week 4 of sanity savers for teaching languages, we talk about easy ways to jazz up some common activities.
Today, we are in the fourth week of five weeks of sanity savers, and we will talk more about sanity savers for language teachers.
Invest in a buzzer system.
Something that’s been useful is called an expert.
They’re little systems that are gamifying what you’re doing.
Flash sticks have a little system where they use different colors for different types of grammar.
Writing it down solidify that knowledge.
Having a couple of simple review activities on hand is useful.
In this first activity, it’s just a simple hangman.
Maybe you need a quiet activity that’s still engaged and focused in the language would be doodles.
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