This is going to be a short one, muchachos–there’s been an awful lot going on here at the Freehold. Getting some all of our windows replaced and finished to match the rest of the house is a noisy, messy (need I say expensive?) affair. 272 more words
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I have been skeptical about simply testing students using word lists and dictating words one-by-one for students to write down. Automatically, I assume that this will bring about all the negatives and boredom of rote learning and strict memorization without any context of seeing these words in fuller sentences, paragraphs, and readings. 460 more words
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Quite a nice vocabulary revision activity, this is something I tried with an intermediate kids class the other day.
Kids in particular, often persist in using L1 pronunciation to spell words in English and this is quite a good way of reorienting them towards English alphabet norms, as well as being a focusing task, helping build bottom up listening skills and reviewing vocabulary items. 198 more words