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July 1st International Joke Day - Here Are Some Teaching and Learning Resources For Using Humor In The Classroom

I have the same silly jokes I tell every year. Humor breaks things up and often elicits some great 8th grader eye rolls. Here are some teaching and learning resources for using humor in the classroom.
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Using Humor in the Classroom

Using Humor in the Classroom

July 1st is International Joke Day. Students get stressed. Teachers get stressed. Sometimes humor is just the right thing to ease tension.

I have a teaching friend who is great at using humor in the classroom. Each year on April Fools Day he gives his students a word search and a word bank. The thing is, none of the words in the word bank are in the puzzle. He watches as his students diligently look for the words and smiles, waiting an awkward amount of time until he lets them in on the joke πŸ˜†.

I have the same silly jokes I tell every year. Humor breaks things up and often elicits some great 8th grader eye rolls.

Here are some teaching and learning resources for using humor in the classroom.

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