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ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
ETA 2010 - Teaching and Learning Vocabulary without Flashcards
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  • 1. Our food (Level 1, Unit 8)

  • Children often measure their own language learning progress in terms of how many words they know.
  • Vocabulary practice is something that teachers might do in every class. I am most of time kids and teachers all enjoy doing it.
    As a English teacher, our job is to educate kids and develop their language skills. It’s very import we make sure effective learning happen. So, in the following maybe 20 mins, I will be focusing on 8 principles of vocab practice. You can also use the principles to examine the activities you do with children. Vis versa you should also use the 8 principles to find or design your own activities.

  • You will have 10 seconds to remember the food you see. After 10 seconds, please write down the food you remember.

    1. Our food (Level 1, Unit 8)

  • On the tree or on the ground?
    Lip reading
    Repeat if it’s true
  • Properties of words –features? What do they have in common?
  • Can a tiger talk on the telephone?
    Can an elephant climb a tree?
    Can a spider play the saxophone?
    Can a fish take a photo in the sea?
    Can a butterfly say the alphabet?
    Can a dolphin count to three?
  • What are the connections between these words?
    vege/fruit
    where do they grow?
    season
    preference
  • Can’t stop
    Can’t help

  • 1. Our food (Level 1, Unit 8)

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    • 1. Learning and Teaching Vocabulary without Flashcards Macmillan Education| Sandra Wu
    • 2. Agenda 1. Learning Vocabulary 2. Vocabulary Practice 3. Meet Take Shape
    • 3. Learning Vocabulary Learning vocabulary can be one of the most significant and satisfying outcomes in the first years of English lessons. It boosts children's confidence and self-esteem. It also lays the foundations for leading children into using grammatical structures, which initially present a greater learning challenge, in more extended and creative ways. Carol Read (2007)
    • 4. Vocabulary Practice Associate words and meanings and develop children’s recall of vocabulary1
    • 5. Vocabulary Practice Think about the properties and meanings of words Odd one out 1. double bass/violin/harp/flute 2. swimming pool/airport/movie theater/park 3. mouse/hamster/lion/tiger 2
    • 6. Vocabulary Practice Improve children’s recognition and spelling of vocabulary f or ph Can a tiger talk on the telephone? Can an elephant climb a tree? Can a spider play the saxophone? Can a fish take a photo in the sea? Can a butterfly say the alphabet? Can a dolphin count to three? 3
    • 7. Vocabulary Practice Reinforce connections between words4
    • 8. Vocabulary Practice Personalize vocabulary learning  can’t stop  can’t help  have cravings for  obsessed with  addicted to  crazy about  have a habit of 5
    • 9. Who are they? paincat orslais Vocabulary Practice Develop strategies for inferring meaning6
    • 10. Vocabulary Practice Develop strategies for conveying the meaning play food express myself family to tell someone about a feeling or opinion. to take part in a sport or game. the things that people and animals eat. a group of people who are related to each other. 7
    • 11. Vocabulary Practice Collaborate an interact with others 8 Word tennis Take Shape SB 1 – Catchphrase List
    • 12. Vocabulary Practice 1. Associate words and meanings and develop children’s recall of vocabulary 2. Think about the properties and meanings of words 3. Improve children’s recognition and spelling of vocabulary 4. Reinforce connections between words 5. Personalize vocabulary learning 6. Develop strategies for inferring meaning 7. Develop strategies for conveying the meaning 8. Collaborate an interact with others
    • 13. Lesson 1: vocabulary and introduction to the real-world link
    • 14. Lessons 2 : grammar and speaking
    • 15. Catchphrase List
    • 16. Lesson 3: listening and vocabulary (2nd set)
    • 17. Lessons 4 : grammar and speaking
    • 18. Lessons 5 : spelling
    • 19. Lessons 5 : spelling (higher level) Level 3 and 4 Level 5 and 6 ay a_e
    • 20. Lessons 6 : reading and writing
    • 21. Picture Dictionary
    • 22. Shape Up!
    • 23. Shape Up!
    • 24. Components Student Book+ e-Reader+ Class Audio CD Workbook Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Resource CD Grammar Animations Projectable Posters Photocopiable pages: Tests, Values worksheets, Poster worksheets, Song worksheets, Spelling Handbook

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