Here’s a form that you can copy and edit to collect audio/ video response from your students. Simply click “Make a Copy” and you’re good to go. The maximum (combined total) file size for submissions is set to 10GB. You can change it as you see fit. The example task is what I gave my Form 4 pupils last week. Please do share your speaking tasks too in the comment section 😀
When you copy the form, a dialogue box will pop up with this message:
Just click “Restore“. A new folder will be created in your Google Drive automatically.
It’s a little late but today I’d like to share another simple PdPR handout that can be printed and photocopied. This handout covers lesson 1 and 2 (SOW). You can also assign this handout as assignments in Google Classroom.
It’s almost that time of the year again! We celebrate Earth Day on April 22 of every year and 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day. It’s a little disheartening that we will be celebrating the golden jubilee in the midst of a catastrophic pandemic but worry not for Earth Day has gone digital! We can all still participate at home.
Here are some of the things we can do to celebrate Earth Day as teachers and students.
1. GENERAL QUIZ
For starters, get to know a little bit about Earth Day by completing this interactive missing words exercise!
Assign as Google Classroom Assignment: Copy and paste this link to assign this interactive activity to your class. This link requires them to input their name. >> https://wordwall.net/play/1553/637/445
Assign as Google Classroom Assignment: Copy and paste this link to assign this interactive activity to your class. This link requires them to input their name. >> https://wordwall.net/play/1554/078/793
Assign as Google Classroom Assignment: Copy and paste this link to assign this worksheet to your class without downloading >> https://bit.ly/earthday2020reading
Movies are not only good sources for language learning. They are also useful in teaching empathy. Below are climate related films that I absolutely love. The films are available on Netflix Malaysia and some other streaming services.
The Day After Tomorrow
p.s/ Their posters in case you thought you got the wrong film
Assign as Google Classroom Assignment: Copy and paste this link to assign this worksheet to your class without downloading >> Geostorm >>> https://bit.ly/geostormlistening The Day After Tomorrow >>> https://bit.ly/thedayafterlistening 2012 >>> https://bit.ly/2012movielistening
Hello everyone! No matter what time of day it is, I hope you’re doing fine! Since the MCO is further extended (and experts predict that this partial lockdown might continue), I’ve decided to introduce a more interactive online lesson for both form 4 as well. I will start covering Module 3 of the prescribed textbook (Full Blast Plus 4) as I assume everyone is done with the first and second modules (do let me know otherwise).
Today, we’ll cover the introduction (p.37), the reading text (p.38) and the questions on (p.39). This blog entry goes through each slide and interactive activities.
Click the link below to download the slides in slideshow format: