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C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
C:\documents and settings\estudiantes 26\escritorio\how we can help students to understand meaning
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  • 1. HOW WE CAN HELP STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND MEANING?
  • 2. Complete Beginners
    • This is the easiest level at which to explain meaning.
    • Some of the ways of helping students to understand the meaning are:
    • Pictures
    • Objects
    • Drawings
    • Gestures
    • Expression
  • 3. “ It is a pencil”
    • What is it?
  • 4. Elememtary
    • Invitations
    • Showing the students a picture
    • The use of questions often called check questions
  • 5.  
  • 6. Lower Intermediate
    • Comparatives
    • Teacher can start by asking the question What do you prefer?
    • Explain the meaning of individual adjectives
  • 7.  
  • 8. How can we help students to understand language form As well as hearing/seeing language How it is constructed? Sounds Comprehend Syllables Words Phrases
  • 9. SOUNDS: Pen /p/ /e/ /n/ Ruler /r/ /u/ /l/ /e/ /r/ SYLLABLES: Table the syllable “ta” is stressed Paper the syllable “pa” is stressed Intonation in questions: What is it? On “is” the voice fall dramatically On “it” the voice rising slightly WORDS: Synonyms protection – offer/provide/give protection against /from/for
  • 10. PRHASES: It is a pen Invitations: Would you like to + verb phrase Answer: That would be + adjective
  • 11. Why do students make mistakes?
  • 12. False friends
  • 13. Interference
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    • The effect can be on any aspect of language:
    • Grammar
    • Vocabulary
    • Accent
    • Spelling and so on.
  • 16. Other mistakes:
    • She cook seafood.
    • He write a letter.
    • It sleep only in the mornings.
  • 17. HOW SHOULD TEACHERS CORRECT STUDENTS?
  • 18. CORRECTIONS HELPS TO:
    • - CLARIFY
    • - UNDERSTANDING
  • 19. TEACHERS
    • PROVIDE THE PRECISELY INFORMATION
    • HOW TO CORECT THE PEOPLE MISTAKE ?
  • 20.
    • MERY: TRAINS ARE SEFER PLANES
    • TEACHER: SAFER PLANES ?
    • MERY: OH……. TRAINS ARE SAFER THAN PLANES.

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