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Are you looking to build or strengthen group dynamics now that students are back in face-to-face lessons? Here are some activities and techniques for reconnecting students in your classroom.
Starting with a new group face-to-face? Here are 6 ice-breakers to get to know everyone and set the right tone for learning.
Get your students talking about fun holiday activities while designing a travel intinerary in teams.
Use this handy worksheet to get your students talking about women’s football and gender pay gap in sports.
Have your students increase their holiday and travel vocabulary with these game cards.
Help your students learn and use new phrases and expressions to talk about their favourite places.
Use this handy worksheet to get your students talking about making holiday plans at this stage of the COVID pandemic
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