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In the first video Mark Ormerod offers a quick activity to start and finish a class.
In this video, Mark suggests that asking students a question before they open their books can be a good way to motivate them at the start of a class.
Flashcards are an incredibly useful and flexible resource for teaching vocabulary. Carol Read shows some very simple, practical activities that you can use at Primary.
Jill Leighton shows how puppets can be used to help with class management in the Infants classroom.
How can you make more use of the grammar tables in your textbook? Roisin O'Farrell shows some fun activities for children.
If you wish to find out how to teach English to very young children with songs, this video is for you. It includes practical ideas, best practice and actual lesson footage.
If you wish to find out how to teach English to very young children with stories, this video is for you. It includes practical ideas, best practice and actual lesson footage.
If you wish to find out how to teach English phonics to very young children, this video is for you. It includes practical ideas, best practice and actual lesson footage.
Teaching young learners - tips and tricks - Little Rituals
Some young learners have trouble keeping still, so why not use that to your advantage? Joan knows a great movement game that keeps learners active and helps them learn more effectively.
Having started with the point that children learn easily and forget quickly, I have been working a lot on how to teach vocabulary to young learners by improving their memory skills. If it comes to memory, it is well worth searching about the brain. Throughout my search, I have found out that as long as the teachers meet the needs of the young brains, it is easier for the learners to remember new vocabulary items. In this presentation I’m planning to share my findings and ten practical brain- based activities that I use in my classes and find really effective.
In this class, the teacher uses TPR, realia, and chants to teach vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar. The teacher creates a dynamic, cohesive lesson through her use of pacing and purposeful transitions.
Hands-on games and activities from wendysbookworks.com designed to teach preschoolers and kindergartners the concepts of numbers and shapes in a way that fully integrates these concepts into whole brain learning.