The Teacher 187

59 The Teacher  1-2 (187) 2022 Young Learners              10 websites to support teaching kids online Monika Bigaj-Kisała Isn’t it funny, one week everything is OK, and the next week, we’re all online, kids and adults alike, students, parents and teachers, looking for guidance and support in a new environment. And once you get used to teaching adults, boom! Now, go and switch your younger students online! We can do it, I’m sure – children need their routine maintained, and English classes are ❯❯❯ a part of their everyday life. Besides, even online they will be able to keep in touch with their teacher and friends, and that’s something they really need during social isolation. I encourage you to continue working with your course books as if nothing happened – listen to audio files, read stories, do exercises in workbooks etc. and once you feel comfortable, you may use some extra activities. Monika Bigaj-Kisała Monika is a teacher, a director of studies, and a teacher trainer. She's created two courses for children, Przedszkolaki Bystrzaki (STEAMbasedworkshops) and Lion's Team (ESL course for kindergartens). She writes on her webpage That is Evil (www.thatisevil.education) for EFL teachers interested in CPD and using creative ideas in the classroom.             

RkJQdWJsaXNoZXIy NjE0MzI=