Free Sample Activities for Abstract Thinking and Multiple Meanings
Learning to use higher order language and think in an abstract manner can be hard for many concrete learners. It involves the development of mental flexibility, critical thinking and visualization. The trick is to break the process down into manageable lessons and to motivate students with fun and creative activities. Here are some free pages that your students will be sure to enjoy. They can be downloaded by clicking HERE or on the image above.
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