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How to teach kids(4-6)

How to teach kids(4-6)


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  • What’s the best way to teach the key vocabulary?
  • Values lesson
  • project
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    • 1. Pockets Reza Abedi
    • 2. 1 ___ ___ ___ ___ 2 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 3 ___ ___ ___ 4 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 5 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
    • 3. All children love learning English.
    • 4. This is fun! I want to sit with my friend! This is boring! I like this teacher! I liked that song we sang yesterday. I want to play! I’m tired of sitting in this chair. I don’t understand. We play games with the other teacher.
    • 5. 1 Children like Pockets. YN 2 I teach everything in Pockets. YN 3 Children like singing songs. YN 4 My classes are too big. YN 5 Young children must start to read English. YN 6 Pockets is fun. YN 7 Young children must start to write English.Y N 8 Children like doing things individually. YN
    • 6. Five-step method
    • 7. Five-step method  Application  Assessment  Presentation  Warm up  Practice
    • 8. Five-step method  Warm up  Presentation  Practice  Application  Assessment
    • 9. Objectives  1 to identify healthy habits  2 use action words
    • 10. Key vocabulary  brushing teeth, combing hair, eating healthy food, exercising, sleeping, taking a shower, using a tissue, washing hands
    • 11. What objects could you bring to class?  How could you use them?
    • 12. What could you do before using this page of the book?
    • 13. How can you present the numbers 20-29?  How can you practise them?
    • 14. What instructions would you give the children?
    • 15. What sort of writing activities can children of this age do?
    • 16. How do you use Tell-a-Story? Do children like it?
    • 17. What value is represented here?  What other values can children of this age adopt?
    • 18. Projects are a waste of time!  True  False
    • 19. What is the purpose of assessment in Pockets?
    • 20. Homework  1 Is homework appropriate for children of this age?  2 If so, what sort of homework can a teacher give?
    • 21. Picture cards
    • 22. Pockets  The sun was shining.  The boy was happy.  He drank some lemonade.  He ate some cake.  He went to the park.  He played on the slide.  He played on the swings.
    • 23. 1 Memory game with pictures on the wall. 2 Teacher fixes pictures on the wall around the room. Teacher calls out the words. Children point to the word. 3 Give out a few pictures to each group. Describe one of the pictures. Children have to guess which picture you are describing. 4 Reveal the word or picture. 5 Telling stories.
    • 24. Agree or disagree 1 A teacher should give instructions first in English, then in Farsi. 2 Children should only speak English to each other and to the teacher. 3 It’s OK for the teacher to use Farsi if a child is upset or crying. 4 A teacher can use Farsi to maintain a close relationship with the children. 5 class. It’s OK for a teacher to speak Farsi to the children outside the 6 Even using gestures it’s not possible to communicate clearly in English. 7 A teacher should use only English in class.
    • 25. Writing
    • 26.  Write about favourites  Thank you card  Party invitations  Make a class book  Familiar objects
    • 27.  Fantastic activity  OK activity  Not great activity

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