Where I’d Like to Go – An Icebreaker With Google Drawings

As I point out in the video above, you can modify this activity to be finished with Google Slides or Google Jamboard. And, as is likewise shown in the video above, you can use Google Classroom to distribute a template for the project.

As the new school year starts lots of you may discover yourself looking for some brand-new concepts to start the ball rolling and get to understand your brand-new trainees while they also get to understand each other. One thing that Ive always asked my trainees is “where worldwide would you go if you could go anywhere today?” Just recently, Ive begun thinking about turning that concern into the timely for an activity in which trainees learn a bit about
Google Drawings..

The concept is to have trainees virtually put themselves throughout the world through using Google Drawings. To do this students first require to find an image of themselves and get rid of the background from it. Photoscissors makes it quick and easy to get rid of the background then download a brand-new background-free image. Once they have a photo of themselves then trainees open Google Drawings where they insert a picture of place that they want to visit or revisit. Lastly, they then insert their profile picture over the background image in Google Drawings. Those steps might sound complex, however theyre not. In this short video I reveal the entire procedure..

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