Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 04:15:11 AM. English Worksheets. By Öne Skoglund.
Use the whiteboard/blackboard. Italy still works with traditional blackboards in most cases, though some schools have whiteboards. Draw a scene on the board and have students write sentences in their notebooks to describe it, or have them comment on it as speaking practice. Be sure the drawing can elicit the grammar and/or vocabulary in your lesson‘s objective, and that it contains enough details to give each student a chance to cite something original. Make a rough copy of your drawing while you‘re planning your lesson to be sure you can execute it on the board, and that you can draw it quickly while students are focused on another task.
Have students make their own materials. Students love to produce materials. A good idea is to have them create a worksheet and then exchange with a partner. They love to challenge each other and it‘s good practice for accuracy with spelling and grammar. Make-your-own word search and crossword puzzles (great for vocabulary lessons) are always hits in the ESL classroom. The teacher should monitor the work closely to catch and correct any errors before students exchange worksheets.
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