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This presentation shows the different kinds of teaching materials that a teacher can use.

This presentation shows the different kinds of teaching materials that a teacher can use.



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  • 1. Using Teaching Materials
  • 2. 1 2 Which teacher´s technique is more effective ?
  • 3. What do you think of this board?
  • 4. Untidy and badly organized board Well presented and organized board
  • 5. Which of the following boards do you prefer?
  • 6. One Way of dividing up the board is the H model which effectively divides the board into four There is – there are
    • There is a mirror
    • There is a dresser
    • There are pisctures
    • There are clocks
    Furniture Dresser Mirror Bed Pictures Sofa clocks Permanent section for vocabulary
  • 7.  
  • 8. Mantain eye contact with the class while writing, standing sideways without hiding what you are writing . Write with your back to the class in silence because students can take this as a chance to chatter. Write as quickly and clearly as you can. Limit the length of texts or instructions. Spend a long time at the board because it can cost boredom and disruption. While writing, keep their attention by reading key words and phrases aloud. Hide what you are writing with your body. Tell students at which point you want them to copy, and remember to stand back and give them time to copy. Start writing with no instruction to the class. Otherwise they will try to copy, and not listen to you. Do Don´t
  • 9.
    • Flashcards
    • Magazines picture
    • Realia
    • Wall-charts
    • Multimedia - Projector
    Other visual aids
  • 10. Flashcards: verbs
  • 11. getting students to imagine
  • 12. actions Picture Flashcards:
  • 13. Using a sequence of pictures
  • 14.
    • You can use them as an introduction / warm-up to reactivate student’s language.
    • You can use them as cues for substitution in dialogues.
    • e.g. a lexical set of pictures of drinks on the board.
    • Teacher offers the drinks:
    • Would you like a cup of tea? sugar? some milk?
    • Students respond and continue practising: “Yes, please.”
    • 3. To teach vocabulary. e.g. pictures of a knife, fork, spoon, plate, cup.
    Picture Flashcards
  • 15. Word Flashcards
    • They are used for structure practice.
    • You can think of a sentence containing the structure.
    • The same number of students as there are words in the sentence come to the front of the class.
    • Each student takes one word card, and they must form themselves into a line, so that the sentence reads correctly.`
    • This can be a highly competitive game.
  • 16. What are you going to do after class?
  • 17.
    • You will receive a set of word cards.
    • Get into groups
    • Build up as many sentences as you can.
    • Present your sentences to the class.
  • 18.
    • Where are they?
    • What are they doing?
    • What time of the day is it?
    • Who are they?
    Using magazines
  • 19.
    • Where are they?
    • Where are they from?
    • What are they doing?
    • What are they wearing?
  • 20.
    • They provide variety from other visual aids, and they are often much imaginative than commercially reduced wall-charts and flashcards.
    • They are also easily accesible to everyone- they are cheap and easy to find. As well as in magazines, pictures can be found in calendars, greeting cards and free brochures.
    • You can use the photos to widen the discussion.
    Magazine pictures
  • 21.
    • Realia are:
    • Real objects
    • Examples of the world outside brought into the classroom
    • Things made out of natural materials
    • Everyday objects that most of us recognize
    Which of the following definitions best decribe realia? Realia
  • 22.
    • For presenting vocabulary
    • For presenting new structures
    • To help students get into character when acting out a dialogue or doing role-play. e.g. If someone is acting the part of a policeman, he can be given a policeman’s helmet.
    • Aids for various games e.g. memory game
    Uses of realia
  • 23. They are larger sheets of paper or cardboard, the teacher can hold them up or display them on the wall or the board.
    • a series of pictures that tell a story
    • a table of structures (e.g. verb tenses)
    • a diagram showing a process
    • ( e.g. how something is made ).
    Charts can be used to show: Wall-charts
  • 24.  
  • 25. Multimedia projectors allow teachers to provide diverse content to all students in the classroom at once, allowing students to have a visual and colorful learning experience during a given lesson. These multimedia projectors are perfect for this generation because they help make abstract concepts easier to understand. Multimedia-Projector
  • 26.
    • It changes conventional habits and rituals in the classroom.
    • it will benefit both the students and teachers.
    • The multimedia classroom projector has made the teaching much easier - heightening students´ awareness and expectations, while captivating their attention and increasing their motivation.
  • 27. Aa
  • 28. r e g i T spelling
  • 29. r e g i T
  • 30. l i a n S
  • 31. "Thanksgiving Day"
  • 32.  
  • 33.  
  • 34. a pair of trousers a pair of socks a pair of shorts a shirt and tie a suit a jacket
  • 35. a sweater / a jumper a T-shirt a cardigan
  • 36. Shoes sandals slippers boots
  • 37. a pear a kiwi a peach
  • 38. a potato (potatoes) a cabbage leeks a cauliflower
  • 39. a cucumber a courgette a mushroom mushrooms
  • 40. bread butter cheese
  • 41. Count Nouns Non- Count Nouns Nouns pen s book s house s money sugar water
  • 42. The present continuous is used to talk about actions in progress . Look: She is wear ing jeans Subject + be + verb-ING + rest ofthe sentence.. They are play ing golf
  • 43.
    • John ……………… . (SWIM)
    • Mary …………… a letter. (WRITE)
    • Gary …………… a shower. (HAVE)
    • Jill ……………… up. (WASH)
    • We …………….. (STUDY)
    • The phone …………… (RING)
    is swimming is writing is having is washing are studying is ringing MAKE SENTENCES .