Spatial reasoning is an important skill in everyday life, as well as in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related careers. How can we develop and enhance spatial reasoning in our children? Match the headings to find out!
..and if anyone knows the difference between the pronunciation of ‘special’ and ‘spatial’, let us know in the comments below!
Do you always act sensibly and rationally? Psychologists have analysed the choices we make on a daily basis and the findings might surprise you. To find out more, try this IELTS reading heading matching activity.
We like to think that we know about the benefits that future cities will bring us, but do we really?
Before you look at the text, discuss the following questions with a friend:
- What are the current advantages to living in a city, and how is this likely to change in the future?
- Are cities good for business, and how is this likely to change in the future?
I had to go to the dentist recently – just for a check-up. All was well, thankfully! In this post we find out about teeth and match headings to paragraphs!
Here in Bali we’re beginning to feel that our island has too many tourists, but it turns out many other countries also suffer from overtourism. Read all about it and match headings to paragraphs!
We all know about carnivores and herbivores. Now there are ‘Locavores’ – people who choose to eat locally produced food. Match the headings to the paragraphs!
Here’s a quick heading matching activity. By now we are all familiar with global warming and its impacts. Match headings to these eight facts about polar bears.
In this post we learn from Science and Learning Research Centre director Pankaj Sah about effective study habits. Special thanks to Pankaj for kindly allowing me to publish his article which first appeared in The Conversation.
There has been much debate about how grammar should be taught and what age is the best age to study it. Before reading the text, consider these questions:
- Did you study grammar in school, and if so, did you enjoy it?
- How old were you when you first studied grammar?
- Do you think that was a good age to start?
- Is it better to study grammar separately from reading or just acquire it through listening and reading?
Now read the text and select suitable headings for each paragraph. Click ‘check your headings’ for feedback! If there are any ideas in the text that you agree or disagree with, add a comment and let’s discuss! Continue reading