s we know from own experiences as students or as educators, effective group work is not always possible. The same applies to peer reviews. Students need to learn how to provide and accept peer reviews in order for them to work. Find some tips on peer review skills at http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/work_in_progress/2018/04/teach_world_language_students_.html
Effective wait time is an incredible tool to increase language production in classrooms. See more at https://www.middleweb.com/37403/wait-time-can-make-or-break-your-lesson/
Teach your learners about this cultural observation in the USA with the resources at https://thinktv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/c4184be2-883d-4a74-b7a4-be6322fbb1f6/pi-day-all-about-the-holidays/?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=math_2018#.WqWkn5PwbUL
Kids love digital games. Why not combine them with reading activities? Excerpt:
Story-driven digital games can drive students to explore concepts like linear and nonlinear narrative, the unreliable narrator, and more.
Find more at https://www.edutopia.org/article/reading-digital-games-texts?utm_source=Edutopia+Newsletter&utm_campaign=c3453a6600-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_022818_enews_whystudentsforget&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f72e8cc8c4-c3453a6600-79039791
Add a listening component to reading by doing this (excerpt):
Enter a blog post or RSS feed and the Lumen5 artificial intelligence system will help you summarize the content and match each scene with relevant videos, photos, and music.