Students are usually very interested in the life of their teacher. A good way to share information about yourself is to bring your photo albums into class. I keep my photos in a binder so that the pages are easily removed (number them first). I let each student choose a photo. They then think of three questions to ask about each photo. I give them the answers and pair them up. They then tell their partner about the photo and exchange photos. They then change partners and share the information they learned about the new photo. You can change partners several times. It's fun to ask questions about the photos at the end of the session because sometimes the information the last student has is different from the information you gave out. This is a great way for students to learn about your family and experiences, even if your photos do take a beating.
Name: Sheri Sturmey
Location: Abbotsford, BC Canada
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