Class activities for Students

Being a Teacher its difficult to teach students all the time. We should create some activities for students that is fun as well as awareness for them. Some of the activities that I follow:
Right Way/Wrong Way Skits :
Divide your class into small groups. Have each group choose one or more skills from your given list. Give each group 20+ minutes to talk and think about their assigned skills. They can look up the word in the dictionary, talk about personal experiences, or even go online for examples. Once they feel they have a clear understanding of their skill as a group, have them come up with a good way to explain it to their classmates as well as two ways to model the skill—once the “wrong” way and once the “right” way.

List could include : Ethics, Time Management, Stress Management, Morals, Team Work, Responsibility etc.

Listen and Recap
This one-on-one communication activity will help students practice taking the time to clear their minds, focus, and really listen to what their partner is saying in a way that they can clearly and accurately repeat.

Act and Explain
Give a chit to each student and tell them to write some thing on that for example any animal or an aircraft. Mix all chits in 1 bowl. Make two groups of students. 1 student can come forward take chit and try to explain his team about the word without speaking a word, only acting.

Time-Management Challenge
Make a list of tasks on chart paper, assigning a point value for each job. For example: Do 25 jumping jacks (5 points); make up a nickname for each member of the group (5 points); get every person in the class to sign a piece of paper (15 points); form a conga line and conga from one end of the room to the other (5 points, 10 bonus points if anyone joins you); etc. Make sure you list enough tasks to take up more than 10 minutes. Divide your students into groups of five or six and give them 10 minutes to collect as many points as they can by deciding which tasks to perform.

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