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  • 1. USING FLASH WITH YOUNG LEARNERS MORELLA MONJE BLANCO LEONARDO MEDINA VILLANEDA LANGUAGE LEARNING RESOURCES UNIVERSIDAD DE CALDAS - UNIVERSIDAD SURCOLOMBIANA NEIVA 2008
  • 2. DEFINITION A card with words or numbers of pictures that are flashed to a class by the teacher
  • 3.
    • To exploit the visual and kinesthetic intelligence of our students.
    • To combine the written with the visual form of a word or sentence.
    • To help students memorizing vocabulary.
    WHY FLASHCARDS ARE USEFUL
  • 4. ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
    • You can use them with students of all ages.
    • There are lexical fields that cannot be illustrated through flash cards (abstract words).
    • They’re cheap
    • You can use them anywhere
    • You won’t get eyestrain
    • They don’t break down, and they never go out of date.
    • Recognized as a fun and effective way to learn, reinforce, test, and retain information.
    • Functionality of repetitive drilling and the ability to vary order.
    • Can be used for self or group study
  • 5. ACTIVITIES FOR USING FLASH CARDS
    • Memory Activities
    • Memory games
    • Memory Tester
    • Drilling Activities
    • Invisible Flash Cards
    • The Parrot
    • Whispers
    • Identification Activities
    • Reveal the Word
    • Fast Finger
  • 6.
    • Interaction Activities
    • Create a story
    • TPR Activities
    • Point to
    • Ladders
    • Go for it
    • Production Activities
    • Mad pointer
    • Upside down
    • Just a little bit
    • Just a glimpse
    • Pass the ball
    • The missing card
  • 7. WHERE TO GET FLASHCARDS
    • Buy them
    • Make them yourself
    • Students make them
    • Download free printableflashcards form the internet
    • Here there are some links
      • english.com/flashcards/files/ppt
      • http://www.esl-library.com/index.cfm?PageId=6
      • http://www.flashmybrain.com/?gclid=CNyJkJrq8ZMCFQECGgod8EbtVQ
      • http://www.learnresources.net/
  • 8. Size should be appropriate to the class length. CONCLUSIONS
  • 9. THANK YOU

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