One thing that can trouble teachers is how to teach reading skills in an engaging and interesting way. When I was learning French or German at school, my teachers would give us a block of text – not all that I could understand – some comprehension questions and let us get on with it. Fast forward 25 years, and I have created some techniques to ensure that reading is dynamic and exciting.
What English food phrases do you know? How would you describe something as easy in English? Watch the following video to learn ten phrases related to food.
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In this Teaching Tips Episode, I look at Nine Ways To Teach Vocabulary for the English classroom. In this video, I attempt to share nine ways (not ten ways) to teach vocabulary in the classroom. The nine ideas include:
- Using Flashcards
- Drawing Pictures on the Whiteboard
- Using Word Families
- Matching Definitions
- Highlighting Wordstress
- Removing Vowels
- Teaching Common Collocations
- Matching Opposite and Related Words
- Playing Language Games
- THERE IS NO TEN!!! (my mistake)
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Previous Teaching Tips Episode: The Phonemic Chart.