Challenges to encourage more input
Just a word of caution ahead: ALL my students have online access and the ability to take part. This is key! Do not attempt this if you're unsure if students will be able to do this from home. This would favor some students and exclude others.
This year I have been recording all my lessons in class. Every single story we have done in class can be found on my YouTube channel and is posted in the students' journals on Seesaw. To see which stories I have told, you can click on the picture bar on the right, which will take you to my Instagram or on the post 50-before-winter-break (another post coming shortly with stories 51-75). This has some wonderful advantages:
First off, the listening challenges are voluntary. Every week or two, I send one challenge to the parents of my students. The students do not know what the challenge of the week (or two) is and have to ask their parents at home. This way the parents are very aware of what the kids are doing in class and are informed of what they are asked to voluntarily do at home. Here are come examples of challenges we have done so far:
Tolle Ideen, danke!
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