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Hi guys! Today I start another of my posts with a social network, Pinterest! Pinterest is a platform for sharing images that allows users to create and manage thematic personal boards, image collections such as events, interests, hobbies and more. Users can browse other pinboards, ‘re-pin’ images to their own collections or give them ‘I like’. Pinterest’s mission is to “connect everyone in the world through things they find interesting”

I share a bank of common knowledge in Pinterest with my classmates. Our teacher created a common board using Pinterest, in which each of us posted six resources that we found useful for our career. The name of this in Pinterest is : OPEN CLIL. We had to take into account that all these resources were free and without copyright.

These are the resources that I chose:

  • What is the Language Art. Learn how you can use Art to teach the Language Arts standards in a fun way, with LanguageART.
  • Under the sea! Science for Kids: Create an Under the Sea World to Explore Ocean Zones & learn about the habitats of marine animals.
  • Kids Kitchen. This printable board game teaches children about each of the food groups and how to eat a balanced diet within their day. This is a great way to engage children in a conversation about healthy eating, especially if you are dealing with a picky eater who will handle the conversation best when the actual healthy food is not present.
  • 5 senses. The 5 senses are fun to learn with this simple preschool senses science table. Let your kids explore their 5 senses with hands-on play. Use items you have!
  • Running Dictation in the Foreign Language Classroom. This is a fun an interactive way for students to practice writing vocabulary, verb forms or sentence.  The complexity of the activity can be easily increased or decreased based on the  language level of the students. 
  • Blood of humans. Making Blood Models for Studying the Human Body, with this model the students can see that blood is composed of a main component which are the red blood cells. We can turn an abstract concept to a concept they can envision. 

Finally you can see the board that we are creating in Pinterest with a lots of resources CLIL!

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