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  • 1. TEACHING VOCABULARY-LESSON PLAN1 WARMER  AS A STUDENT: Think of 2 English words that you have learnt in the classroom.  HOW did you learn them?  HOW made you remember them?  AS A TEACHER: How can you teach difficult words before the students try speaking or reading or listening?  TALK TO A PARTNER  Feedback2 WAYS TO PRESENT VOCABULARY  Look at the 6 techniques on handout  Make an AB pair  Which ones have you used before?  Which one is the best/worst? Why?  Do you know any other ways to present vocabulary?3 WHERE WOULD YOU TEACH VOCABULARY?  Imagine that your students are going to read something about television  The new words are ‘channel’ & ‘program’  Where would you put the vocabulary techniques?  What would your students do before and after? The vocabulary technique?  Demonstrate with the words reading and vocabulary: here or maybe here etc. 1
  • 2. 4 LINKING VOCABULARY TO THETECHNIQUES  Look at the worksheet and the vocabulary below, which techniques would you use for each word?  Elicit example from a student  AB pair matching5 CONCEPT CHECKING p.28  Use pictures and words to explain CC  Ask if they know the words, and then show the pictures to check the meaning  Ask: Have you ever been arrested? Who do the police usually arrest?  Have you ever been a patient in a hospital? Have you ever visited a patient in a hospital?  Then students take two words each (the same words are okay) and write 3 concept checking questions-see worksheet  Then the students try them on another AB pair  Everybody give your opinions.  Nb. If they can answer, then they have probably understood the word6 Ways to present techniques  Read through or draw attention to page 2
  • 3. WARMER  AS A STUDENT: Think of 2 English words that you have learnt in the classroom.  HOW did you learn them?  HOW made you remember them?  AS A TEACHER: How can you teach difficult words before the students try speaking or reading or listening?  TALK TO A PARTNERVOCABULARY TECHNIQUES  Which vocabulary techniques have you used before?  Which one is the best/worst? Explain why.  Do you know any other ways to present vocabulary?CONCEPT CHECKING  On your own write take two words (the same words are okay) and write 3 concept checking questions  Then make a small group and try them out  Everybody give your opinions.THESE ARE THE WORDS:Team fashionable picnic kangaroo UFO float glassesWords Concept checking questions 1 2 3 1 2 3 3
  • 4. Imagine that you will teach a group of teenagers. Which ofthe techniques would you use for these words…..(a) vote (b) disappear (c) tiger (d) skinny) (e) wonderfully(f) medicine (g) handbag (h) strenuous (i) AugustYOU CAN USE OTHER TECHNIQUES AS WELLWORD TECHNIQUE(a) vote Technique 5-Demonstrating. The teacher could mime voting by putting a piece of folded paper into a box 4
  • 5. 1. RELIA-show real objects or pictures to your studentsThe topic is cooking. A teacher brings the following kitchen tools intothe class and show them to your students. bowl fork spoon knife spatulaThe teacher then cooks something using the items and repeat thenew words as much as possible.2. WORD BUILDING-Use parts of words to help students buildwords or guess their meaningExample: PrefixesWe can change the meaning of adjectives by putting a prefix in frontof it. Add the prefix un-,in- OR im- to these adjectives. You put thesein front of most adjectives beginning with m or pTidy dependent safe exciting matureHappy precise adequateFriendly expensiverealistic3. MATCHING-students match words to words (e.g. words tosynonyms or words to opposites) or sentences (e.g. to wordsto definitions), or words to picturesFind these nouns in the reading and match them withthe definitions below.1 ghetto blaster ____ a large piece of material.2 raids __1___ a radio-cassette player with built inspeakers.3 banner ______ a surprise attack 5
  • 6. 4. DICTIONARIES-the students use dictionaries to check themeaning of words.Example: Adjective-Adverb linkCan you find the adverbs which come from these adjectives?You can use your dictionary to help you. ADJECTIVE ADVERB useful fantastic fast quick5. DEMONSTRATING-act, mime or demonstrate wordsExample: The class is going to listen to a song, and theyhave to act out these verbs: clap shake snap stamp swing wiggleAs an introduction the teacher acts out the words and asksthe students to act out the words a well6. LEXICAL SETS- a set of related wordsExamples:topics (clothes/animals/family)similarity of meaning (gorilla/chimpanzee/orang-utan)scale (boiling/hot/warm/cool/cold/freezing)The teacher is going to teach about animals in Africa andAlaska, and the students have to find pictures around theroom which are either African animals OR Alaskan animals. 6
  • 7. 10 ways to make an effectiveVOCABULARY presentation.Effective presentations should/could ...● not be too long● include examples● include interesting visuals● use drama● include explanations● include JAPANESE● link to previously learnt material● include the students● include practice● include a check of the understanding● be funny, interesting● hold attention● be memorable, dramatic● link to students’ present knowledge 7
  • 8. WHERE WOULD YOU TEACH VOCABULARY?  Imagine that your students are going to read something about television  The new words are ‘channel’ & ‘program’  Where would you put the vocabulary techniques?  What would your students do before and after the reading/vocabulary technique? 8