Alle Klett Classroom Clips
Video tip: Active grammar presentation

Video tip: Active grammar presentation

Teaching tip

Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I might remember; involve me and I’ll actually learn.

Using the example of the present continuous, Dagmar explains how personalising your material can really help students to learn their grammar as involving students in creating sentences about themselves helps to make the grammar more memorable. Have a look at the video and see for yourself.

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Video tip: Two truths and one lie

Video tip: Two truths and one lie

Teaching tip

 

Watch Lynda trying to discover which of Dagmar’s claims are true – and which one is the lie.

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Video tip: A pack of cards – offline and online

Video tip: A pack of cards – offline and online

Teaching tip

Using an ordinary pack of cards in the classroom can add some fun to teaching. From dividing people up into groups to practising tenses, see how you can use a pack of playing cards in your teaching.

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Video tip: Running dictation

Video tip: Running dictation

Teaching tip

Do you want to use an activity in your classroom that uses all the skills and introduces a change of pace? Then have a look at Dagmar explaining how to use a running dictation in your lesson.

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Video tip: Season’s Greetings

Video tip: Season’s Greetings

Teaching tip

Watch and enjoy Lynda’s video about writing Christmas letters.

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Video tip: Jigsaw reading

Video tip: Jigsaw reading

Teaching tip

Watch Dagmar explaining how to use jigsaw activities using texts from your course book. These activities are excellent to use because they practice the four skills – reading, speaking, listening and writing.

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Video tip: Modelling tenses

Video tip: Modelling tenses

Teaching tip

Watch the video and see how Lynda’s neat exercise practises the future ‘going to…’, the present progressive and the present perfect simple.

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Video tip: Change places if …

Video tip: Change places if …

Teaching tip

Watch the video and see how Dagmar uses a great technique to introduce energy and movement into the classroom. In the video she uses examples of tenses: present continuous, past simple and present perfect.

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Video tip: Four corners (Making groups)

Video tip: Four corners (Making groups)

Teaching tip

Watch our video in which Lynda demonstrates an interesting way to divide the class into four groups. In each case you‘ll see that the students have to do a little bit of work to find which group they belong to.

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Video tip: Pass the parcel at Christmas

Video tip: Pass the parcel at Christmas

Teaching tip

Watch the first new video in our series of short clips for the classroom. In this edition, Dagmar shows you a fun activity for your Christmas lessons.

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Video tip: Elizabeth’s thirsty

Video tip: Elizabeth’s thirsty

Teaching tip

Watch Lynda giving some useful advice on getting your teeth around the tricky ‘th’ sound in English.

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Video tip: Find a new partner

Video tip: Find a new partner

Teaching tip

Watch Lynda introduce a new way to encourage students to work with a new partner.

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Video tip: Noughts and crosses

Video tip: Noughts and crosses

Teaching tip

Watch Dagmar revising vocabulary and bringing some fun and competition into the classroom with Noughts and crosses.

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Video tip: Instructions

Video tip: Instructions

Teaching tip

Watch the latest in our video series of short clips for the classroom. In this edition, Lynda shows you a tip on using instructions in the classroom and how to get everybody’s attention after a noisy activity.
 

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Video tip: Paper planes

Video tip: Paper planes

Teaching tip

There’s some action in the air this month with Dagmar’s tip about using paper planes in the classroom. Take a look at the clip and watch your lesson take off!

 

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Video tip: Five words

Video tip: Five words

Teaching tip

Are you sometimes stuck for a good warmer in the first few minutes of a lesson? Then watch Dagmar’s tip here Five words on how to exploit students’ vocabulary. And you can be sure that your students will all start talking!

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Video tip: Name cards

Video tip: Name cards

Teaching tip

Sabine? Sandra? Susanne? - Don’t be at a loss again with students’ names. Watch Lynda show you how to construct a sturdy, stable name card that is easy to make, and will not collapse.

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Video tip: Dice

Video tip: Dice

Teaching tip

Roll up! Watch Lynda giving a useful tip about making and using a dice. Why not add a dice to your Christmas wish list this year? It’s a perfect stocking filler for any teacher.

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Video tip: Snowball fight

Video tip: Snowball fight

Teaching tip

Watch the latest Klett Classroom Clip and look out this winter for ‘snowballs’ in the classroom! Don’t worry, there’s no melting ice involved - it’s an energizing vocabulary matching activity using … well, find out more …

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Video tips - Klett Classroom Clips: Dictogloss

Video tips - Klett Classroom Clips: Dictogloss

Teaching tip

It’s not quite a dictation, but it is something like it! Find out more about dictogloss in the current Klett Classroom Clips, with Dagmar.

Dagmar explains how to use dictogloss in the classroom using an example text about time capsules from page 75 in Refresh Now B1. She explains how to use the activity in the classroom and how it can engage students in a text.

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NEW video tips: Klett Classroom Clips

NEW video tips: Klett Classroom Clips

Teaching tip

Lights! Camera! Action! Get ready for Klett Classroom Clips!

Klett Classroom Clips is our new series of short video clips (just two minutes or so in length) which have been made to show you a host of lesson-fillers, energizers and warmers: simply great and easy ways to get your students talking. And the clips will also include some practical classroom tips to help you be a more resource- and successful teacher. The series will be continued over the next few months and you can see the first two clips, Conversation springboard and Back to the board, online now!

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