Discover a simple and efficient way to motivate your students during English classes.
What is a Mini-theme?
A Mini-theme is a selection of four resources on different topics:
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Mini themes allow teachers to work on different linguistic skills, such as written and oral expression, language comprehension and grammar. Mini themes are an excellent source for creating debates or team projects for students, etc.
4 good reasons why to use Mini themes in your English class:
1. To motivate your students and gain their attention during class.
2. To encourage students in expressing their own opinion thanks to debates you can create with four multimedia resources.
3. To build a positive relationship among students while collaborating on team projects.
4. To be able to practice different linguistic skills and social language use at the same time.
Discover an example: The effects of climate change
The team of Educaingles is delighted to announce the new, improved and faster version of our website.
What has changed?
The new image of the website will give you a better look of the educational resources or pedagogical activities we offer to help all the English teachers.
As you know, our goal is to make a teacher´s life easier and also to introduce teacher new technologies for a class. For this reason we created an advanced search with 10 filters.
This way all English teachers (CLIL or EFL) can find very quickly the exact type of a resource they need for their class. This new and quick search will give them additional information about the resource type for example: if it´s a part of a mini theme, if there is a lesson plan or website exercise created with this resource etc. With a new search all teachers can save a huge amount of time which can be dedicated to their students or different activities.
Don’t you know what galleries are? The team of Educaingles has been constantly gathering different resources selected according to a new criteria: culture, different English accents, world’s heritages, famous people, country briefs, cultures and many more. This is another unique approach to the advanced search of our resources which guaranties interest, diversity and also allows teachers to create their own mini themes.
- Educaingles constantly monitors new technologies!
We are currently living in the era of Web 2.0, which allows you to leave your comments, ideas, critiques and grades of our resources. These interactions will also give us an amazing feedback about your interests or needs and give you the ability to share your favorite resources on social networks.
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We hope you will enjoy it and don´t forget: Let us know your opinion!
The final Harry Potter film had its world première in London on Thursday, July 7.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” will see the boy wizard take on the evil Lord Voldemort in an epic showdown.
This film was based on the seventh and final Potter book by British author J. K. Rowling.
The film is going to be released today, July 15. The movie was directed by David Yates, who shot three of the precious seven films, including Part 1.
We invite you to discover our mini-theme about Harry Potter which includes a video, an animation, an infographic and an article. These resources are going to be amazing to use in your classroom, especially because the topic is so interesting not only for kids but for adults as well.You can create a debate, or simply talk about the history of Harry Potter.
Here is also a link to our lesson plan about Harry Potter (level A2 , advised also for CLIL teachers, primary or elementary teachers), created for kids age 10-12, where you can practice their oral comprehension, written expression, and written comprehension. Enjoy and let us know how did you like the movie.
Click here to discover the pedagogical activity