Anomia in the Classroom
Lot's of stuff happening with Anomia in the classroom these days, thought I'd share a few things I've come across lately:
This Instagram post features a bunch of kids from the Forman School playing Anomia in American Sign Language. Of course, it makes perfect sense that you could play Anomia in ASL, I've just never come across it before.
Here's another Instagram post, this one by a teacher of English as a Second Language based in Madrid using Anomia (in English) with his (native Spanish-speaking) students.
Last week, I had a great conversation with Colleen Michaels at Monsserat College of Art, who is interested in making a poetry-themed version of Anomia for her creative writing students.
The possibilities are truly endless!
I really love hearing about teachers using Anomia in the classroom, so if you or someone you know is doing this please let me know (email me, or post on social media and tag us @AnomiaPress).
And, if there is a Print & Play deck I could make that would help with a particular classroom subject, please reach out!