In the Learning Experience Approach, students do an activity and then used the shared experience to develop a group written description of what just happened, as well as a good speaking, listening, and reading opportunity. It’s a great language learning activity.
Making origami can be a good task for students to do, with students either all doing the same thing or choosing different ones. I know my students love doing origami.
The Origami Club, I think, may be the best site on the web for origami instructions. Both a diagram and animation is provided for each model, and they’re divided into leveled activities.
Anybody else ever use origami in class?