Just about every decision made in Korea is done with a quick game of rock, scissor, paper, or as the Koreans call it 가위 (kawi=scissors) 바위 (bawi=paper) 보 (bo=rock). But, if we say it fast, it sounds more like kai-bai-bo.
All that to say, this morning I came to work and asked my co-teacher, Loola, what the plan was for our classes today. Her response was, "Just a Movie!" YYYEEESSS!!! We have 3 cl
If you don't teach Math in your class then these might inspire you to do so, as they have lots of ideas. Also many games and activities are included, which you could easily put in the classroom.
More cleaning out goodness going on over here. Before I started teaching math at my school two years ago I bought these books to get a sense of how to do it. They were really helpful in understanding how young learners take in Math and also helped me see ways to turn it around into English learning. Therefore they were incredibly useful books and I think would be great for your collection.
It was just your standard dinner....
Or so I thought.
I took left overs with me for lunch the other day, and a few students came over to see what I was eating. I simply told them "pasta". One asked if she could have a bite. I thought she would hate it, its full of beans, zucchini, cilantro, peppers, and a bunch of mexican spices that Koreans never eat- ESPECIALLY Korean children. But, I gave her a bite anyway.
Then she yelled "Oh yummyyyyyyy, one more time!!!"
Needless to say, I was immediately surrounded with a swarm of 4 year olds wanting to try it. So, I let them try.... they too LOVED IT!!! They kept begging me for bites and when I told them I needed to eat the rest because, after all,
IT WAS MY LUNCH!!!
this is what happened.......
Vexican= Vegan Mexican in case you didn't catch that.... :)