When I look at teacher-things on Pinterest, sometimes different templates show up that different teachers have made. They are often stylish and practical, but unfortunately, they are never free. Since I don't usually pay personally for materials that I give to my students, I use Pinterest for "window-shopping" and inspiration.
I have created three different templates that I use in language classes and I would like to share them. I made them in Google Docs and you can easily copy them to your own Google Drive and use them as you like. The first template is for practising irregular verbs. Just change the words that are already filled in so that the student can practice the words that you chose.
The second template is a word gap and it works well in any subject where you want the student to practice words and concepts. The third template is to practice to write a letter to a friend in any language.
All templates can be filled in directly on screen so they can easily be e-mailed to students or shared in the Google Classroom. The students can practice and you correct them together in the classroom. If you think the header and footer are a little too childish, just click them and press "delete" and you will get templates that are a little more adult!
To get the templates you just click the button below to access my Google Drive folder. You can select the documents and chose "copy" to have copies of your own.
I am the technician who became a librarian, but who got tired of the quiet and peaceful life at the library and started working as a teacher. I brought with me everything I knew about databases, information retrieval and networks and soon I was an ICT-educator. Today, I work as a teacher at Komvux in Norrköping.
I have always had a nerdy great interest in technology. I can find interest in everything from robots to model railroads or the steel industry of the industrial revolution. Technology should take us forward and prevent us from everything boring. You need to dare to be somewhat lazy and ask yourself if there is no easier way to get something done. The human desire to get away is what has driven the technical development and find time for other things. Like model railroads, for instance!
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