Name plates revisited

graphs on name plates

Instead of traditional links, I’ll just show you one way I’ve been re-using name plates this week. If you have graph descriptions as the lesson focus, it’s a perfect place for making a graph about how your mood has been changing this week (or today). Personalisation? Check. Visual support? Check. Also: tangible and hands-on, good for ice-breaking and mental health discussions, and last but not least, provides a review of key vocab. And yes, saves a bit of paper.

P.S. Compare with other uses for nameplates here , here and here.

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