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  • Put session or section title in top left and then content in text box. Remember animation doesn;t work in Blackboard, so you need a new slide for anything you want to appear on top of a slide.
  • Put session or section title in top left and then content in text box. Remember animation doesn;t work in Blackboard, so you need a new slide for anything you want to appear on top of a slide.
  • Put session or section title in top left and then content in text box. Remember animation doesn;t work in Blackboard, so you need a new slide for anything you want to appear on top of a slide.
  • Put session or section title in top left and then content in text box. Remember animation doesn;t work in Blackboard, so you need a new slide for anything you want to appear on top of a slide.
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  • Andrea castro

    1. 1. The ABCs of VYLsAndrea CastroInternational House Dubai
    2. 2. A few differences between YLs andVYLs
    3. 3. •Establishing rules•Seating arrangementsLack of classroom experience
    4. 4. How do they learn?Sight, hearing, touch, movementVery young learners learn through the senses!Very young learners learn through the senses!FlashcardsWorksheetsChants & musicStorytellingRealiaCraftsRole-playsCompetitions
    5. 5. •Pointing•Painting, colouring and drawing•Cutting•Using puppetsChildren’s development: fine motor skillsVYL teachers must help learners to prepare for the fine motor challenges of the school yearsVYL teachers must help learners to prepare for the fine motor challenges of the school years
    6. 6. Bringing routine into the classroom
    7. 7. Tips•Start every class with the learners greetingthe teddy in English.•Use the same teddy in every class.•The teddy can also be used as a disciplinarytool and to encourage responsibility.The English teddy/puppet
    8. 8. •Greeting•Introduction•Presentation•Activities•Class game•Tidying up timeEstablishing a class routine, withfamiliar, predictable stages
    9. 9. •Leaving and entering the classroom in order•Break time keywords – reinforcingvocabulary•Managing time wiselyHandling break time
    10. 10. Crafts and more: suggestedactivities
    11. 11. Crafts & Stories•Creating masks and puppets for storytelling and role-playsDeveloping finemotor skillsDevelopinglistening skillsEncouraginglearners toproduce language
    12. 12. SongsMulti-sensory approach to songs•Learners listen to the song•Learners mime some of the actions/objects from thesong•Learners are encouraged to sing along•Sing along once again!
    13. 13. The ABCs of VYLsAndrea CastroInternational House Dubai

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