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http://classroomrecipe.blogspot.co.ukWhy Why use this card? Benefits classroom users will get when they use this card:Motivating students and offering them different learning experiences by taking students outside the classroom space virtually.Stimulating students through different ways of using available technology. Responding to students diverse learning styles by using different teaching tools and strategies, for example: responding to visual learning styles using images with projectors; responding to auditory learning styles by playing music, bird sounds and other sounds using sound systems; and responding to kinetic learning styles by creating movement in the space by playing with the teaching tools.Turning elements from nature into a teaching tool.Bringing real natural elements, such as birds, leaves and an indoor fountain, inside the classroom space.2

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There are many ways to apply this card which is about taking students outside the classroom virtually. Here are three examples: Create a cinema moodGo to an imaginary worldTravel to diverse environments1. Create a cinema mood: using a projector, computer and sound system, the teacher can play educational movies. Diverse interesting educational movies and videos are available, such as: National Geographic education (http://education.nationalgeographic.co.uk/st/?ar_a=4), YouTube education (http://www.youtube.com/education) and You Tube teachers (http://www.youtube.com/teachers). Card 45HowWhat do you need to apply this card?How to apply this card.

Diverse interesting educational movies and videos are available, such as:Examples of how to create a cinema mood

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In addition, teachers can enhance the cinema mood learning experience with popcorn and cinema tickets. Cinema tickets can be used as a teaching tool where teachers can write questions for students to think about while watching the movie. After answering them, teachers can display the cinema tickets on classroom walls.

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2. Go to an imaginary world: using a projector, computer and sound system, teachers can play videos (e.g. cartoons and movies that stimulate students). These can take students into an imaginary world and be taught there. Also, teachers can create teaching tools using elements from a movie, using characters and objects from the film to support the curriculum.

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For example: Using a Harry Potter movie, teachers can use the idea of working in groups in the Harry Potter movie to support cooperative teaching strategies.

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Furthermore, teachers can replace paper teaching tools with the probes used in this movie, such as using Harry Potters hat, broom, glasses, map, secret letter and other probes as teaching tools.Each one of these probes can support teachers teaching strategies differently . For example: The hat: The teacher can put a specific request related to her/his curriculum in the hat, hide it and ask students to look for the hat under the staircase or any space outside classroom. When they find it, they must do what the hat asks them to do.

The broom: The teacher can hang the broom from the ceiling with questions for students to answer after they find the broom with their name on.

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Harry Potters glasses: The teacher can use Harry Potters glasses to add more drama to his/her teaching strategy. She/he can tell students, By wearing these glasses you will be ready for this mission.

The map: The teacher can display the map on the wall and an use the map to turn the teaching instructions into a game.

Secret letters: The teacher can hide letters under the table and tell them, Under your tables there is a secret letter with a secret mission for you to do. This will help the teacher to turn paper questions into a game.

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3. Travel to diverse environments: using a projector, computer and sound system, teachers can take students virtually to other environments and teach them there by displaying images from diverse environments such as under the sea, in the garden, sky and beach.

Take students virtually to other environments, and teach them there by displaying images from diverse environments such as:

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Additionally, teachers can utilise different elements of the chosen environment to support their teaching strategies. Also, they can create teaching probes using elements from the chosen environment.

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For example, teachers can use images from a garden and use elements such as birds and an indoor fountain to bring real garden sounds inside the classroom space. Leaves and twigs can be used as teaching tools from which teachers can hang cards, letters and boxes.Card 4WhatWhat do teachers expect when using this card? How might the learning space look?19

Create a cinema mood

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Go to an imaginary world

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Travel to diverse environments

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