Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Get Your Students Talking: The Magic Tissue Box

It's unbelievable that a simple paper tissue box full of questions could bring so much fun to a language class. I tried it, and it works! My students all wanted a turn and couldn't wait to read the questions and answer them.

To put your "magic tissue box" together you will need pieces of white fabric, permanent markers and an empty tissue box. On the pieces of fabric you can write questions about any unit you are exploring, and you can even type or glue pictures on it. 


To make the activity more fun, every time a student ends up with a tissue, that student has to pretend to sneeze by saying "achís," and the class responds by saying "salud."


Have fun!
Carolina

4 comments:

  1. What a fab-o idea! It seems so simple, and yet I never would have thought of it. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Julie
    OpenWideTheWorld

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    1. Julie, thank you! I am so excited that you have been here!

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  2. Saw this on pinterest! Super Creative idea!!

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