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  • Truth or Lie: Activity for any classroom

    I recently responded to a blog challenge by a video recording of myself - you can see it by clicking here. Most EFL teachers are probably aware of the activity where students are asked to say some things about themselves, and the others are to guess if they're true or false. I suggested taking this a step further and have the students bring video ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 29, 2011
  • Zondle: Cool Game Site for Education

    As visitors of this blog know, I regularly create games using various sites and software as I firmly believe we need to make education fun, and games are fun to most people, especially the younger ones. I'm pleased to tell you that there is yet another site giving you the opportunity to create and play games for free. Zondle is still at the beta ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 12, 2011
  • Top 3 Games

    Regular readers among you will have noticed that I use Purpose Games a lot, and, no, in case you're wondering, I don't earn anything from them. I use them because the tagging games are relatively easy to create, they're free, I haven't found any better, and they suit my purpose (no pun intended) just fine. If you're having students play the games ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 5, 2011
  • Our Solar System: Planets (Game)

    How fast can you identify the planets in our solar system? Click on the image to test yourself in a simple point-and-click game. Image source: NASA/JPL - ''The planets are shown in the correct order of distance from the Sun, the correct relative sizes, and the correct relative orbital distances. The sizes of the bodies are greatly exaggerated ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 8, 2010
  • Earth's Atmosphere - Quiz

    Are we in the troposphere or the stratosphere? Where do spaceships fly? How thick is the Earth's atmosphere? Check out your knowledge of the Earth's atmosphere in this entertaining quiz. Teachers, please note that if an email is provided, a review of the quiz is sent to it automatically.
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 15, 2010
  • The Living Kingdoms: Basic Explanation, Quiz and Jigsaw

    Living organisms are divided into five kingdoms: Monera - the most simple living things.  Protista - eukaryotes with only one cell.  Fungi - mushrooms, mould and yeast.  Plantae - all plants, such as trees and grass.  Animalia - all animals, including people. Sometimes, you will see a 6-kingdom classification, where monera is sub-divided into ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 12, 2010
  • Instant Bingo for the CLIL/EFL classroom

    Most people play bingo with each player having a card containing a set of pictures, numbers, etc., and each card being different from the rest. However, that usually involves some preparation beforehand and quite a bit of printing. However, if you haven't got anything prepared and you have some time at hand (or your students are clamouring for ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 22, 2010
  • Reptiles: can you tell the difference between an alligator and a crocodile?

    There is a great variety of reptiles here on planet Earth, and they first started to evolve more than 300 million years ago. There are more than 8,000 species of reptiles, and they include crocodiles, lizards, snakes, and turtles. The majority of reptiles are oviparous (egg-laying), have scales, and breathe air through their lungs. Apart from ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 16, 2010
  • External Parts of a Frog

    Learn a little more about frogs by watching this Flash activity, and doing a labelling quiz on the morphology of a frog. Please come back here to leave a comment after you've played the game. Click here to watch the life cycle of a frog Click here to play the game
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 10, 2010
  • External Anatomy of a Fish

    This activity is a labelling game where you have to identify these parts: eye mouth dorsal fin pectoral fin anal fin caudal fin pelvic fin operculum (gill cover) lateral line keel snout Please come back here to leave a comment after you've played the game. The amazing picture below of Synchiropus splendidus Mandarinfish was taken by Luc Viatour. ...
    Posted to a cLiL to cLiMB (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 25, 2010
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