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Let's Get to Know You! Icebreakers for Teens and Adults

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Overview

CA successful teaching year usually entails transforming our classrooms into close-knit communities. Whether our students are meeting each other for the first time or learning a new language, we can help them begin to build relationships with their peers through icebreaker activities. With teenagers, it is a great way to prevent bullying and cliques. These activities also help teachers manage classroom behavior. In this presentation, Shelly Terrell will show you engaging icebreakers for teens and adults that would be helpful in both mainstream and ESL/ELL classrooms

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Communication & Collaboration, ESL/ELL
Tags: adults, ELL, English Language Learners, ESL, ice-breakers, introductions, Secondary

Reviews (39)

Full Member
 
Great ideas. I will share with classroom teachers. Thanks.
Full Member
 
I agree! Building classroom communities is essential for any success with collaborative learning. Thank you for the information.
Full Member
 
This is great, hope to use some of these tools
 
Amazing ideas that I will implement in my classroom in order to build classroom communities.
Full Member
 
Lots I will use here, thank you!
Basic Member
 
Great suggestions to help students build relationships.
Full Member
 
Wow! Thank you for providing us with so many great ideas.
Full Member
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This was a cool webinar about learning about new icebreakers. Thank you.

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Full Member
 
Excellent beginning of school session tips, good to review for any teacher, focus on both the positive (building teamwork) and the "negative" (reducing bullying). Shelly has many fun ideas for working with teens. Great presenter!
Full Member
 
The presentation delivered a wide number of icebreakers to choose, from including “get to know you” projects that utilize computers.
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