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Jazz chants

How to use Jazz Chants in the classroom You can use these jazz chants in a variety of fun ways. You can practice stress and rhythm with your class, to help your students sound more natural when they speak English. Also, because each jazz chant focuses on different vocabulary and grammar, you can also use them to review important words and structures! Here are some ideas on how to use these jazz chants with your class. Practice stress and rhythm Choose a jazz chant you want to use and make one copy of the chant for every pair of students in your class. Review vocabulary Check the vocabulary focus for each jazz chant and choose one you want to review. Review grammar. Plan du site - [ LA CLASSE D'ANGLAIS] Free Images - FreeJPG. In freejpg can find images with three different types of license: License Basic You can: No Mention Author - No attribution to the original author .

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