Posts Tagged ‘Vocabulary’

December 3rd, 2016

Christmas Sentences 01

christmas_sentences_01This resource is aimed at pupils in first to third classes or SEN pupils. Its purpose is to assist with the understanding of both sentence structure and reading for meaning. These Christmas sentences are made up of six words.

Laminate all of the pages in the resource. Cut out the five sentence strips and the corresponding words, which are colour co-ordinated to assist with matching. Place velcro in each of the empty boxes on the sentence strips

December 11th, 2014

Christmas Bingo 02

Christmas Bingo 02Educational bingo games are a great way for pupils to learn so many different skills. They help with listening skills, visual discrimination, group work, turn taking and the reinforcement of the learning content of that particular bingo game.

This bingo game focuses on the theme of “Christmas” and it features typical Christmas images. It is aimed at a group of six pupils, so it would be useful for Station Teaching or for Aistear work on the theme of Christmas.

December 4th, 2014

Christmas Bingo 01

Christmas BingoEducational bingo games are a great way for pupils to learn so many different skills. They help with listening skills, visual discrimination, group work, turn taking and the reinforcement of the learning content of that particular bingo game.

This bingo game focuses on the theme of “Christmas” and it features typical Christmas images. It is aimed at a group of six pupils, so it would be useful for Station Teaching or for Aistear work on the theme of Christmas.

December 2nd, 2014

Nativity Don’t Mention It!

Nativity Don't Mention It!This is a seasonal oral language activity in a Powerpoint Presentation that can be done with pupils probably in the middle/senior classes. A pupil stands with their back to the IWB screen while another pupil faces the screen and describes to the first pupil what the object on the screen is. However, they must not mention any of the three words on the right hand side of the slide.

November 28th, 2014

Don’t Mention It 01

Don't Mention It 01This is a seasonal oral language activity in a Powerpoint Presentation that can be done with pupils probably in the middle/senior classes. A pupil stands with their back to the IWB screen while another pupil faces the screen and describes to the first pupil what the object on the screen is. However, they must not mention any of the three words on the right hand side of the slide.

November 28th, 2012

Christmas Talking Flashcards

Simple video for younger pupils teaching them some vocabulary associated with Christmas.

December 13th, 2011

Christmas Animals

Christmas Animals

Posters with the names of animals associated with Christmas – donkey, sheep, lambs, camels, ass, cow, ox.

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October 30th, 2011

Christmas @ Learning Chocolate

Christmas @ Learning Chocolate

There are five different literacy activities on the Christmas section of the Learning Chocolate website. The activities are based on vocabulary which is placed on the Christmas picture. You can click on each word to hear it said. There are then three match up activities, a fill-in activity and a dictation activity to be completed based on the Christmas vocabulary.

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October 25th, 2011

A Christmas Carol Wordle

A Christmas Carol WordleWordle resources are created using a very simple free online piece of software called “Wordle“. Wordle allows you to create “word clouds” which display text in an interesting and unusual fashion. The way the text is presented can be changed in many ways by choosing different fonts, layouts and colour schemes. Wordle is free to use and could not be more simple. You can create your own word clouds by visiting the site and clicking on “Create”. You can also view all the Seomra Ranga Wordles HERE. When you visit the link by clicking on “View Wordle” below, you can print out the word cloud on your own printer. When you create a new word cloud, you save the image to an online gallery. As far as I know, you cannot save the image to your own computer. However, you can copy and paste the link code into your own web site or blog. All of the word cloud images are copyright and licenced by a Creative Commons licence.

This Wordle has vocabulary to do with the Charles Dickens novel “A Christmas Carol”.

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October 25th, 2011

Winter Wordle

Winter WordleWordle resources are created using a very simple free online piece of software called “Wordle“. Wordle allows you to create “word clouds” which display text in an interesting and unusual fashion. The way the text is presented can be changed in many ways by choosing different fonts, layouts and colour schemes. Wordle is free to use and could not be more simple. You can create your own word clouds by visiting the site and clicking on “Create”. You can also view all the Seomra Ranga Wordles HERE. When you visit the link by clicking on “View Wordle” below, you can print out the word cloud on your own printer. When you create a new word cloud, you save the image to an online gallery. As far as I know, you cannot save the image to your own computer. However, you can copy and paste the link code into your own web site or blog. All of the word cloud images are copyright and licenced by a Creative Commons licence.

This Wordle has lots of vocabulary to do with Winter.

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