Ice-breakers are speaking activities used with a new class in order to give the learners an opportunity to meet each other. In order to complete an ice-breaker task learners must talk to each other.
The teacher gives each learner a sheet with a series of 'Find someone who…' statements, e.g. 'Find someone who has a cat'. Learners circulate around the class and complete the statements with names.
In the classroom
Relationships between learners are fundamental to successful learning in many approaches and methodologies, and ice-breakers are designed to begin the process of building a positive dynamic in the class.
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ice breaking adalah tehnik dalam mengajar, agar suasana lebih menyenangkan dan terasa tidak kaku, ada banyak cara yang dapat digunakan.Salah satunya ialah
Guru memberikan masing-masing pelajar sebuah sheet( tugas berseri ) yg diberi clue/ petunjuk "temukan seseorang yang" contoh
temukan nama temanmu yang memiliki kucing, sebelumnya mereka membuat kilatan dahulu, apabila sudah ketemu jangan sebut namanya, tapi pegang orangnya,. Semoga berguna.
#janwriterschallenge Day Fifteen - Be proud: Well, alright. That's good advice. Here's a funny fact about me. If some stranger were to ask me what I like to do in my free time, I would tell them that I like to write. If an acquaintance asked me what one of my favorite hobbies was, I would tell them that I like to write. The word "author" rarely comes out of my mouth, so "published author" comes out even less frequently. I feel oddly bashful, with a hint of pride and a sense of accomplishment when I tell people I've published, like, 18 titles (I think I'm at 18...) because, I don't know, it seems weird or arrogant or like such a big deal if I admit it. Sometimes I'm afraid that if I tell people that, their expectation of what I write and what my status is in the romance community will be way higher than I could reach and...so I just...cower under the word "writer." But...today, I was told to be proud. So, to all of you I will say - yeah, I've written more than two dozen novels in my lifetime; I've published 17 stories and I'm not done. Not even close. I'm an author. Today, I'm a proud one.
Do you work yourself into a knot trying to write something that’s amazingly unique and one-of-a-kind, so mind-blowing that everyone will be thoroughly amazed and impressed at your creativity and insight?
Yeah. You’re hurting yourself with that thinking.
Here’s a dirty little secret: there are no new themes. Everything you want to write has probably been written before. So - you can let that freak you out, or chill you out.
Be you. It’s YOUR voice that will speak to someone, not your mind-blowing copy (well, maybe that too). We need something genuine more than ever, and you’ve got that. It’s refreshing.
Oh, and you realize this translates beyond writing, right? Be you, baby. Don’t worry about people who aren’t your people. Search for those who are.
Like most writers, I'm a voracious reader. Here's some wisdom from some of my favorite writers out there. Today, Ling Ma has this to say: 'We didn't know how to do anything so we Googled everything.'.
Do you have a favorite piece of #WriterWisdom?
ending classes early = writing day @ Starbucks ☕️✨
Ah!! I’m struggling so hard with this chapter even though I’ve been dying to write it since I first got the idea for my story. I find the ending the hardest part to write, especially since its taking me longer than usual to churn out the chapters the closer to finishing I get 😩🤭
I mean, not ALL the best ideas, but still… 🤔
There are a lot of ways to come up with ideas but sometimes you just need to give yourself permission to stare off into space and daydream ✨
Nothing quite beats that feeling of inspiration hitting while you're off in your own world.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who celebrates it! 🐓
So this is a little writer/introvert quote thingy I thought about today. Think I seen somethin similar to it before though lol I've realized my crap days are the days I can't write. This is problematic, seeing it's become such an all or nothing lately, causing neglect in other areas of my life. I've never had this focus. I've never had this much drive. But I can't rely on it. Everything with me is an intense balancing act. Idk if that'll ever change. Luckily I've hit a crazy stride lately. Connecting so many little dots throughout the story. Better act caps and symbolism, foreshadowing etc. I'm riding it out cause it won't be long until I'm right back at staring at blank pages (or screens) and feeling like a imposter writer again.
A thousand away from 50K words on Eleven Eleven. We have a ways to go still, but it seems so much closer and real now.
I've been posting...quotes? Ideas? Poems? To really just prepare myself. Prepare myself for the idea that no matter how much thought put in, it won't ever be "perfect" to me, and certainly won't be liked by everyone, but It needs to be put out regardles. So I've been trying to dwell in this feeling of imperfected releases (obviously in much lower doses 😌). Not to say I'm not gonna be a perfectionist on my work lol but I need to be okay with releasing in whatever state I feel it's actually finished. Instead of working on it for 20 years till I look at it too long and hate it 😐