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Computer skills: spotlight & favorites
Introduction to internet or a computer

Donated by Dennis What do you need?

  • One or several laptops or computers
  • Internet connection

How does it work?  There are a lot of online educational games to learn kids to work with computers. There are games to learn how to use a mousepad or browse the internet, bu...

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. Donated by Ron Haarms Find Ron's other lesson modules here. Life Skill Module XX                                     &...

Creative: spotlight & favorites
Baking pancakes

Donated by Annika What do you need?

  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1/4 cup of granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup of (vegetable) oil
  • 1 1/2 cups of milk

How does it work? Break the eggs in a bowl...

Children dancing

Donated by Jim What do you need?

  • Music
  • Space
  • Pictures of some related dancemoves
  • Information about the dance

How does it work? Create a dance by your own and, if you prefer, write the steps (choreography) down on paper so you won't forget them and show ...

painting

Donated by Willemijn What do you need?

  • Pencils
  • Markers
  • Paint
  • Brushes
  • Paper/canvas/curtain (something to paint or colour on)

  How does it work?  Set a theme (for example painting worldsupporter symbols) and leave the imagination up to...

Games: spotlight & favorites
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Donated by Erwin What do you need? memory game(s) (multiple) How does it work?  The students team up in groups of four. The students place the memory cards picture down on the table. The first student picks a memory card and tries to find a similar one by picking up one of the other cards. If t...

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Donated by Marjolein What do you need?

  • A group of young people that you don't know yet!
  • Blackboard Crayons

How does it work? This game is a way to get to know your students and to train their English pronunciation. You can play this game with a maximum of 15 students. On...

who am i game

Donated by Jessica What do you need?

  • Post-its
  • Sticky tape (just in case)
  • Pens

How does it work?

  • Hand out a post-it to each of the students.
  • Tell your students to write the of someone famheous that everyone in the class knows on their post-it; t...

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Iedereen ken het spelletje galgje wel. Je schrijft een aantal puntjes op het bord overeenkomend met de letters van het woord en je laat de kinderen het woord raden. Leuk spelletje, maar tegelijkertijd ook handig om kinderen nieuwe woorden aan te leren! Stel je hebt de kinderen het engelse woord 'flo...

General: spotlight & favorites
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During my Bachelor's semester abroad in Rwanda, I gave a short course on "how to write a CV". My fellow Rwandan student friends told me they were a bit insecure about how to go about job searching. So I thought, why not give a short course? And we would all exchange ideas! My course consis...

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Books for first year IBP students in Leiden: block 4  Psychology and science: What is This Thing Called Science 4th Edition (CHALMERS) – compulsory --Introduction, Chapters 1, 2, & 4 to 11. Critical thinking 12th edition (Moore, Brooke Noel Parker, Richard)--Chapters 8 to 11. Biopsych...

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Unicef stelt een gratis digitale les beschikbaar rond het thema kinderarbeid. Deze digiles informeert leerlingen uit groep 7 en 8 over kinderarbeid en manieren om kinderarbeid wereldwijd terug te dringen. De les geeft leerkrachten handvatten om kinderarbeid in de wereld en kinderrechten klassik...

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Talen leren Een vreemde taal leren. Het staat bijna op iedere bucketlist die je ooit zult tegenkomen. Heel tof, maar het leren ervan vergt vaak meer tijd en moeite dan men denkt. Hieronder beschrijf ik een aantal handige manieren om een taal te leren. Voordat je begint, moet je j...

Geography: spotlight & favorites
topography

Donated by Eduardo Donated by Eduardo What do you need? A map of the world, a region or a country Pencils Little cards with cities or countries Drawing pins How does it work? Hand out cards with cities or countries to your students. One by one they can come forward en attach one of their cards on t...

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Volunteering at BYSMP, Tondo, Manilla. This is the presentation I gave to Dutch kids at primary school. A presentation for the Dutch kids on primary school about volunteering in the Philippines :)

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This easy and fun game learns kids something about the countries in Europe while it teaches them some more English skills. It focuses on words that have something to do with words that have something to do with travelling and countries. Before the lesson starts you have to make sure you know at what...

Health: spotlight & favorites
gender

Donated by Ron Haarms Donated by Ron Haarms NOTE: This is the second file for this module. Download the first file here. Information on Gender Often, ‘gender’ and ‘sex’ are understood to be the one and the same. In reality, they are quite different. There is a ...

gender

Donated by Ron Haarms Donated by Ron Haarms NOTE: This is the first file for this module. Download the first file here. Information on Gender Often, ‘gender’ and ‘sex’ are understood to be the one and the same. In reality, they are quite different. There is a d...

healthy food

Donated by Rachel Training with health_and_nutrition_0.pptx SUBJECTS 1. Food 2. Personal Hygiene 3. General Hygiene 4. Reproductive Health 5. Common diseases 6. Other 1. Food

  • Ask what the students know about healthy food and discuss the importance of:
  • Vitamins: vitamins are i...

brain gym

Donated by Jeffrey What do you need? Motivated students How does it work? 'Cross Crawl' This exercise helps coordinate right and left brain by exercising the information flow between the two hemispheres. It is useful for spelling, writing, listening, reading and comprehension. Stand or sit. Put the ...

Language: spotlight & favorites
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For all those who want to improve their English skills, it is important to expand your vocabulary. This will make it easier for you to have a conversation, understand others, and to improve your writing skills. Even for advanced speakers of English, it is important to update your vocabulary every on...

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There is this certain 'myth' that if you are not a native English speaker, teaching English abroad is almost impossible to do. Let me first say: no, this is absolutely not the case! You are perfectly capable of teaching English as a non-native speaker. However, it can be more difficult to find jobs ...

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Learning a new language can be quite difficult, and teaching one too. There are a lot of ways to teach a new language to someone, but not all of them are as interesting to students. Below, I will list some ways to make learning English a bit more fun for students.

  • Let them listen to Ted Tal...

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Talen leren Een vreemde taal leren. Het staat bijna op iedere bucketlist die je ooit zult tegenkomen. Heel tof, maar het leren ervan vergt vaak meer tijd en moeite dan men denkt. Hieronder beschrijf ik een aantal handige manieren om een taal te leren. Voordat je begint, moet je j...

Math: spotlight & favorites
learn to count

Donated by Christian What do you need? Tennis balls or other objects to represent the numbers How does it work? There are multiple ways to teach young students how to count. For the younger students it's important to involve them in your lesson. Just reading out the numbers and expect the students t...

bingo

Donated by Lilian What do you need?

  • Pencils
  • Paper
  • Bingo cards
  • Small prizes

How does it work? The first step is the preparation. Write the numbers down on little cards and put them in a bowl. Make bingocards. If you use the numbers 1 to 50 you can put 10...

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Ik heb in Tanzania geleerd dat kinderen het heel fijn vinden als je ze 1 op 1 aandacht geeft. Handjeklap is hier onwijs geschikt voor. Je speelt met het kind en kan hem of haar direct Engels en tellen bijbrengen. Het fijnste is dan een spel zoals handjeklap nooit vast staat, als je merkt dat een kin...

Sports: spotlight & favorites
Dodgeball

Donated by Nick What do you need?

  • Something to mark the field for example crayons/chalks for the tiles outside/ground
  • Ball
  • Plenty of space for a game field

How does it work?

  • 1) Start by picking even teams, team A and team B. The only limit is to the amo...

Twister

Donated by Tim What do you need?

  • Twister package (maybe)
  • Music for some nice atmosphere

How does it work?

  • 1) Spread out the twister mat on a flat surface. It's best used indoors, but if it's going to be used outside, spread it out on the grass and make sure ther...

catchball

Donated by Femke What do you need?

  • A ball
  • A list of questions

How does it work? The students form a circle and you as a teacher will take place in the middle. You can also instruct a student to take the position in the center of the circle if you don't want to join in. E...

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Twister maakt de kinderen super blij en enthousiast. Staan te springen om het te mogen spelen! 1. Zet de draaiwijzer in elkaar: druk het pinnetje door het gaatje in het midden van het draaibord omhoog en druk de pijl op het pinnetje tot hij vastklikt. 2. Spreid de mat uit op de grond. HET SPEL : Twe...

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