Suddenly, everything changed.
It doesn’t matter that we’ve moved to Daylight Savings Time, we are all actually on “Corona time”.
Who knows how long this will last…
Now that my Deaf and hard of hearing adolescent students (some of whom NEVER do any school work at home) have to study from their bedrooms/living rooms or kitchen tables, I needed an amusing prompt to enable me to discuss study habits with them.
It turns out having a blog is quite useful for finding forgotten goodies. I learned of this video years ago on Sandy Millin’s Blog.
Just what I was looking for.
I can use it with all levels because this video works best without sound and without students reading the captions.
All you need to do is watch the video and ask the students what they do. The video is very clear.
The mustard dripping on the notebook is a great touch!
Honestly, even if your students hear EXTREMELY well, you don’t want the sound here.
I did prepare a written “companion” to the discussion because I need that with my students. I’m not sure I can call it a proper worksheet because the level of complexity is mixed. But it wasn’t designed to be done by a student working independently. In any case, I’m adding the downloadable file below.
I hope you find the video amusing and useful!
Wishing you all the best of health!
How to Make Homework Less Work – Download by clicking on the title