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Using english
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  • 1. Using the blackboard 1
  • 2. To improve teachers’ basic techniques in using the blackboard. To show teachers ways of using the blackboard as an aid in presentation and practice. To show teachers how to do simple drawing on the blackboard. 2
  • 3. Introduction  Blackboard is one of the most useful of all visual aids-it always available and can be used for various purpose without special preparation.  The Aim in using the blackboard should be to make things clearer to the class and help to focus their attention. So in order to use the blackboard effectively, it is important to develop good basic techniques of writing on the blackboard and organizing the layout of what we write. 3
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  • 5. Teacher A is hiding the board, she isn’t involving the students in any way, and because she has her back to the class he can not control what they are doing.  Teacher B is keeping ‘ eye contact’ with class as she writes, she is allowing the class to see what she is writing, and she is keeping their attention by saying the words as she write them.  5
  • 6. 1) 2) Write clearly. The writing should be large enough to read from the back of the class. Stand in a way that does not hide the board. Show teachers how to stand sideways, half facing the board and half facing the class, with their arm fully extended. In this way, the students can see what the teacher is writing, and the teacher can see the students. 6
  • 7. 3) Write in a straight line. This is easy if teachers only write across a section of the board, ant across the whole board. 4) Talk as you write. Teachers should say aloud what they are writing, phrase by phrase. To involve the class even more, they could sometimes ask students to suggest what to write. e.g. What is the next word? How do I spell that? 7
  • 8. lesson 27 : At the market Basket mat a kilo fish groundnut beans pot- go fishing carpet newspaper magazine Bowl Plate When I arrived she had sold all her baskets. knife knives at 7, she sold one basket by 7.30, she had sold three baskets. sell Sold sold buy bought bought 8
  • 9.  3.Dancing men 9
  • 10.  4. Facial expressions. Match the pictures to the adjectives.   1.    2.    3.    4.   5.    6.   7.    8.    9.    10.     a. Angry  i. Embarrassed j. happy b. Ecstatic c. Sad d. Devious e. Content f. Depressed g. Furious h. Nervous  10

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