This post is part of our monthly Student Showcase series where we highlight teacher creativity and show off the amazing work students are doing around the world!
At the beginning of June, we invited you to try one of our recommended class activities to teach about the change in season that occurred on June 21. We then asked you to share some pictures with us to show off your students’ work.
These were the activities we challenged you to do with your students this month:
Activity 1: Vocabulary Builder for Young & Beginner Learners
Activity 2: Adverbs of Frequency for Intermediate Learners
To get a bit more background on these activities, make sure to check out the original blog post.
Thank you to everyone who contributed and submitted pictures to our Video Challenge. We hope these teacher and student submissions inspire you to try out these activities with your own class!
Student feature 1
This student completed Activity 1 and did a great job identifying the vocabulary terms in the picture. Nicely done!
Teacher feature 2
Molly Stevens had a blast doing Activity 2 with her students in class! Her language learners came up with some great examples to use in their interactive classroom activity.
Take a look at what she had to say about this fun game that focused on practicing adverbs of frequency.
Teacher & student feature 3
Our final feature in this month’s Student Showcase is from a proud Arizona English teacher and her students! This teacher submitted a response to us explaining how she took our proposed Activity 2 one step further. Check it out!
Here are two of the amazing posters her students made.
We hope you enjoyed seeing some of this month's incredible work created by English learners from around the world. Feeling inspired? Try one of these activities with your class to teach about the different seasons!
Share your thoughts
Did you do something creative in class to recognize the change in season this month? Tell us about it in the comments below!