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SUMMER TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NOVICE            TEACHERS
15 SECONDS OF ME Allow each student 15 seconds to tell you asmany things as they can about themselves.Students get a point...
INTERESTING TECHNIQUES FOR   TEACHING ENGLISH AS A  FOREIGN LANGUAGE (EFL)                                            Naza...
ACTIVITIES FOR PRACTISING SPEAKING AND LISTENING Story   Telling      interactive story-telling      continue the story...
INTERACTIVE STORY-TELLING Variation I  Divide the students into pairs and tell them a story. At certain points in the sto...
 Variation   II    Chose a set of words or pictures that are somehow connected with the story you are going to tell. Begi...
 Variation   III (involving Total Physical Response)   This is suitable mostly for young learners.   Chose a short story ...
MAKE UP AN INTERACTIVE STORY   Dictate the first line of a different story to each of several groups. They have a few minu...
CONTINUE THE STORY  Make up a set of sequenced questions that will help students to continue the story. Divide the class i...
INFORMATION GAP ACTIVITIES In Information Gap activities each student has  information that the other student doesnt  have...
DICTATION RACES  Students split into groups of three with onepiece of paper and will alternate asspeaker/writer. Teacher g...
   Variation IIWith a focus on reading, rather than listening, post the entire texts in some far corners of the class equ...
PASS IT ON (BROKEN TELEPHONE DICTATION)    Choose or write one paragraph of about 5-6 sentencesbased on language your stud...
ACTIVITIES FOCUSING ON VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR Word     Games      taboo words      anagrams      missing letters     ...
TABOO WORDS Before class, create several index cards. On each  card write one word in a large font, and underneath  write...
ANAGRAMS An anagram is a type of word play, the result  of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase  to produce a new ...
PORTS ANAGRAMSkisstabtenstakeslopescores         Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
 If you want to drive you need a driving  silence. One of the worst things to do is to teach  somebody playing cards. L...
MISSING LETTERS   Fill in the missing    letters.    1.   not day              _IGHT    2.   “8”                  _IGHT  ...
1.    go to a class                     __TEN_2.    Table of _______                 ___TEN__3.    past part. of “eat”    ...
MISSING LETTERS Fill in missing letters and say these five times  fast1. _he _ells _ea _hells on the _ea _hore.2. _liver ...
A JIGSAW PROBLEMSummer Training School for Novice Teachers
ACTIVITIES FOCUSING ON VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR Grammar       games      what’s my question?      snap it (memory game)  ...
OTHER INTERESTING TIPS Dictionary    and alphabet games     let’s have fun with the alphabet     dictionary quizzes and...
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  1. 1. SUMMER TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NOVICE TEACHERS
  2. 2. 15 SECONDS OF ME Allow each student 15 seconds to tell you asmany things as they can about themselves.Students get a point for each new piece ofinformation (name, birthday, city, country,nationality, family, pets, favourites or anythingelse that comes to mind). The person with themost points wins the game.N.B. This is a great game to use as an ice-breaker with older students since it can be achallenge to get them talking. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  3. 3. INTERESTING TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (EFL) Nazaru Cristina, “Ion Creanga” SPU Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  4. 4. ACTIVITIES FOR PRACTISING SPEAKING AND LISTENING Story Telling  interactive story-telling  continue the story Information Gaps  gapped texts  split crosswords Dictations  dictation races  broken telephone Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  5. 5. INTERACTIVE STORY-TELLING Variation I Divide the students into pairs and tell them a story. At certain points in the story pause and ask them to discuss with their partners - to decide what a character who has just been introduced looks like or what the place where the story takes place is like, to decide what a character is thinking about, what is going to happen next etc. After the students have had time to discuss in pairs, ask for their ideas, choose the version which fits the story (or if there isnt one provide the correct one) and then go on with the story. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  6. 6.  Variation II Chose a set of words or pictures that are somehow connected with the story you are going to tell. Begin the story and stop at a certain point, show a word/picture and elicit a student to continue it by using the word/ picture. Go on with other words/pictures. When the story goes too strange continue yourself as closer as possible to the original and let the students go on again.N.B. For more amusement choose words or pictures that do not fit together and let the story go crazy. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  7. 7.  Variation III (involving Total Physical Response) This is suitable mostly for young learners. Chose a short story that contains lots of action verbs that listeners may follow. Introduce the verbs as a pre-reading activity miming the actions and ask the students to repeat after you. Explain that they have to perform the actions when they hear the verb. Begin reading and make a short pause after each verb to give time for learners to do the activity.N.B. Mind you have a lot of space for moving in Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  8. 8. MAKE UP AN INTERACTIVE STORY Dictate the first line of a different story to each of several groups. They have a few minutes to continue the story, and then pass their piece of paper to the next group, who read the story so far and add the next part. Carry on until the stories reach their original groups, who then conclude and read out the stories.Variation II. For more amusing results, suggest the same beginning for all groups. Each group write their ideas for a limited period of time, then fold the paper and pass it to the next group. When th Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  9. 9. CONTINUE THE STORY Make up a set of sequenced questions that will help students to continue the story. Divide the class into small groups and read the beginning of the story. Ask the groups to continue it by answering the questions they have. Elicit a student from each group to read their stories and choose the best one.N.B. You may use this as an alternative to the usual “continue the story” tasks from your textbooks. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  10. 10. INFORMATION GAP ACTIVITIES In Information Gap activities each student has information that the other student doesnt have. Students work in pairs or groups and have to ask/answer questions to find out the missing information and complete their part of the task.▪ Gapped texts ▪ Spot the difference▪ Split crosswords ▪ Describe and draw▪ Info-gap Summer Training School for ▪ Jigsaw readings charts Novice Teachers
  11. 11. DICTATION RACES Students split into groups of three with onepiece of paper and will alternate asspeaker/writer. Teacher goes to a far corner ofthe room or out in the hall. In turns one speakerfrom each group join the teacher who clearlydictates a message repeating it twice. The firstspeakers run to their writers and dictate themessage, while the second speakers join theteacher for the next piece of information. Thesecond speakers run to their groups in whichthe first speakers are now the writers while thewriters become the third speakers. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  12. 12.  Variation IIWith a focus on reading, rather than listening, post the entire texts in some far corners of the class equidistant from as many groups as possible. Students run in turns to the text and try to memorize chunks of it, passing them on to the writers. Variation IIIInstead of full texts you may divide them into small messages that you post in different places, so that students have to collect the pieces of information, sequence them in the correct order and then pass on the messages to the writers.. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  13. 13. PASS IT ON (BROKEN TELEPHONE DICTATION) Choose or write one paragraph of about 5-6 sentencesbased on language your students have studied recently.Type each paragraph on two separate pieces of paper. Onone sheet type the complete sentences, on the other typethe same sentences in the same order, but with blanks ineach sentence. You will need one copy of each paper foreach team. Divide the class into teams of about 5 or 6 students.Have each team sit in straight rows, one student behindanother. Give the paper with the complete sentences tothe first student on each team. Give the paper with thesentences that contain blanks to the last student on eachteam. When the teacher says "Go," the first student ineach team reads one sentence at a time to the secondstudent, who remembers the sentence and passes it on tothe third student, who tells the fourth student, etc. The Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  14. 14. ACTIVITIES FOCUSING ON VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR Word Games  taboo words  anagrams  missing letters  a jigsaw problem  definition racers  memory games Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  15. 15. TABOO WORDS Before class, create several index cards. On each card write one word in a large font, and underneath write 2-3 related words in a smaller font. The goal is for students to get their teammates to guess the circled word. They can say anything they like to try to make them guess, except for the words written on the card.Variation I You can divide the class into groups of two, where partners explain the words to each other, alternating roles. Each group will have the same number of chances for defining words and the team with most guesses wins.Variation II. Elicit a student to explain one word each time and let the rest guess it. The student who guesses more words isSchool for Novice Teachers Summer Training the winnerю
  16. 16. ANAGRAMS An anagram is a type of word play, the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase, using all the original letters exactly once; for example cheater can be rearranged into teacher. You can create your anagrams yourself, or you can find them on the net, grouped according to topics, with picture or text hints, or even may use special softs to make anagrams online. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  17. 17. PORTS ANAGRAMSkisstabtenstakeslopescores Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  18. 18.  If you want to drive you need a driving silence. One of the worst things to do is to teach somebody playing cards. Look! That man is cutting his bread. Could you borrow me your life? Pass me the last shaker, please. Memoirs of A Geisha is a film about relation culture. She was marching in her red stain dress. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  19. 19. MISSING LETTERS Fill in the missing letters. 1. not day _IGHT 2. “8” _IGHT 3. scare __IGHT__ 4. noun of _IGHT “see” _IGHT 5. heaviness _IGHT_ 6. “80’ __IGHT 7. noun of _IGHT “high” __IGHT 8. may _IGHT 9. not dark Training School for Novice Teachers Summer
  20. 20. 1. go to a class __TEN_2. Table of _______ ___TEN__3. past part. of “eat” __TEN4. scared _____TEN__5. a baby cat ___TEN6. pay attention to a ___TEN sound __TEN7. frequently ___TEN_8. act as if ___TEN9. not fresh anymore ___TEN__10. having a subject and an for Novice Teachers Summer Training School
  21. 21. MISSING LETTERS Fill in missing letters and say these five times fast1. _he _ells _ea _hells on the _ea _hore.2. _liver _rdered _ily _range _ysters.3. _ive _at _lat _ish _lapped.4. _on _an _ound the _oman _uins.5. _nn _nd _ndys _nniversaries _re in _pril.6. _rincess _atty’s _retty _ainting is _erfect. Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  22. 22. A JIGSAW PROBLEMSummer Training School for Novice Teachers
  23. 23. ACTIVITIES FOCUSING ON VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR Grammar games  what’s my question?  snap it (memory game)  sentence race Board games  round the board  easy money Summer Training School for Novice Teachers
  24. 24. OTHER INTERESTING TIPS Dictionary and alphabet games  let’s have fun with the alphabet  dictionary quizzes and races  the Super Teacher Alphabet Race Summer Training School for Novice Teachers

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