GRAMMAR GAME.could be edited for use for younger students or older students, for small group or whole group, or as an indy center. I love the way inexpensive items can become motivators and deviants from the routine of the school day! =)
Don't know why college students have problems with it, we are not in high school anymore and the percentage of mockery is lquite low. By the way, can you remember the worst public speaker whose speaches you attended? But you can remember the one that gave you the most motivation for something. This #Infographic helps you to gain better understanding of the public speech phenomena
Focus: Comprehension- retelling Directions: Students will get in partners and roll the dice. They will retell based on what it lands on. Example: Student rolls a 4. "The story took place in Sue's backyard." Source: http://applefortheteach.blogspot.com/2014/03/roll-and-retell-building-summarizing.html
Sometimes you just need some quick open-ended reinforcers to keep students engaged. Here is a round-up of reinforcers to last the whole year! Meredith from the Peachie Speechie has challenges for almost any season. They’re great motivators for students to get those 100 repetitions! Best of all, they’re low prep–just print and go! And here are some other game ideas to get you through the year–from Back to School to Summer! Back to School: Jenn Alcorn (Crazy Speech World) – Conversation…
Every student feels some form of anxiety when they have to speak in front of their peers and teachers. These tips can be useful and motivational for students to attempt this difficult task. This can help ease some of the anxiety that speaking in front of others can create.