Art Least is a teacher resource site created by Chrysa Papalazarou, an English teacher from Greece. Chrysa works in a state primary school. She has previously worked in secondary education amd as an adult instructor in a Second Chance School. This site explores ways of using art in English language teaching and learning. Thank you for visiting.
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- Children have the right to January 19, 2017
- First day at school: “I remember summer” poems September 19, 2016
- Looking 10×2: Pushing beyond the obvious July 1, 2016
- Here I am, I used to have a home March 24, 2016
- Wake-up call: the true cost of our electronic gadgets December 11, 2015
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This is a post about a fine resource I came across and how we used it in class. It is the UNICEF’s Cartoons for Children’s Rights series, a treasure chest of a animation spots based on the articles of the … Continue reading
This was the first lesson of the new school year with my 6th grade groups, twelve years old primary school children (A2- level of English). We greeted each other exchanging wishes for a productive and interesting school year ahead. The … Continue reading
In this post I will describe the Looking 10×2 thinking routine. It is a routine that helps learners slow down, concentrate, observe carefully and describe. The routine stems from the Artful Thinking programme, one of the programmes at Project Zero. … Continue reading
This post is a report on a recent classroom project we had on refugees with a mixed ability A2+ group of twenty-five 12 year old students. The aims were to build thoughtful awareness, encourage empathy on the issue, foster open-mindedness … Continue reading
This post is a report on a series of lessons around the topic of consumerism, electronic gadgets, and their impact on Earth. It was sparked when during a course book unit on shopping I asked students “what do you like … Continue reading
We read a short text about Ukraine in our coursebooks. There was a reference in the text that aroused children’s interest and curiosity. It read: A nuclear power plant accident in Chernobyl, in 1986, is still causing serious environmental problems … Continue reading