SOMMARIO DEL PROGETTO

All resources on this page have been shared for the use of all E4C participants 

Reading

Bookmarks

Skills in Reading

Reciprocal Role cards

Reading Activity Record Sheets

Paired Reading

Punctuation

Paired Fluency

Independent Reading Activities

Paired Reading Accuracy

Bookmark Reading

GUIDED READING

Paired

Reading

Reciprocal

Reading

Shared by: Eddy Richardson 7/10/2020

NonViolent

Communication

From Marshall Rosenberg and his pioneering book “Nonviolent Communication”. The purpose of NonViolent Communication is to help us connect with ourselves and others in a way that helps us empathise with the needs of others. It is not about convincing people to do what we want but to create a connection with another person where everyone’s needs are met.

Shared by: Eddy Richardson 7/10/2020

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Meditation activities for the classroom

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The positive benefits of teaching mindfulness activities to children have been proven across a number of studies. Incorporating mindfulness into everyday classroom activity is becoming more and more common. A five or ten-minute daily mindfulness practice can see students reduce stress and anxiety, increase concentration and engagement, sleep better, improve social skills, and develop problem-solving and decision-making skills.