By Seth Lindstromberg
Listed below are ninety nine relaxing actions, for 11-16 12 months olds, to coax, cajole and tempt them into studying English. The authors, drawing all alone great adventure, percentage rules on keeping self-discipline, utilizing ice-breakers, heaters, fillers, constructing vocabulary and utilizing literature.
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See the first role card, on p. ) On the board, write a D for disputant (or hold up a sheet of paper with a D on it) and tell the story in the first person, emphasising how you were in no way at fault and blaming Mr Bumble as much as possible. Say how you would like the problem to be resolved. Be natural but pause between points so that everyone has time to write things down. 7 Move away from the D on the board (or put down your D sheet). In either case, stand in a different place to underscore the fact that you are now out of role.
You You went went to to his his classroom classroom to to find find him him but but blocked it was empty. Furious, you went to the office to call for a taxi. When it arrived, you it was empty. Furious, you went to the office to call for a taxi. When it arrived, you went to to the the dentist’s dentist’s but but were were so so late late you you missed missed your your appointment. appointment. Now Now you you went have a bad toothache. You wrote an angry letter to Mr Bumble. You feel he should have a bad toothache.
When you come to the circled letters, ask just for a word – recently learned or not – which contains the letter somewhere. 4 When you reach the end of the alphabet, go back to any letters not crossed out and give students a bit more time to call out a word for each. 5 On the board, write any of the vocabulary that you think some of the class perhaps did not hear or might have forgotten and clarify meaning and usage as necessary. Variations • Specify the vocabulary to be reviewed in different ways.
Language Activities for Teenagers (Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers) by Seth Lindstromberg