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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Teaching kids or teens who are visual requires the use of meaningful images and objects they can see, touch and interact with. So, I've made this set of flags to teach nationalities and dialogs such as "-Where are you from? - I'm from ____. And you?" Students always love the flags (I have 26) and usually want to take them home!

My students are all from Brazil, so I plan the following activities:

1. Students receive one flag each. They pretend to be at a Sana Conference, for example, then, they walk about the room asking where their peers are from. They answer according to the flag they have (some usually "fight" for certain flags). After a couple of minutes, they sit down and report where their classmates are from.

2. Older students can use the flags to generate discussions about their general knowledge of the countries represented.

3. You can play Find Someone Who is from ...

Uso de bandeirinhas plastificadas. Elas são um charme na sala de aula, os alunos gostam e até querem levar para casa!

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