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Kitchen tools and equipment

Kitchen tools and equipment
It is very popular to teach vocabulary in lexical sets. It is easier to explain the meaning and you can present quite a few items at one time. Moreover, the presentation can look good and induce the students to study the words. Surprisingly, research shows that it is not so effective as teaching unrelated items. Kitchen Equipment – infographics The following infographic contains 26 vocabulary items. © Macrovector | Dreamstime.com You can practise or learn the correct pronunciation of the words in the following video. Kitchen Equipment – quizzes The methods above are fine to introduce the words and their meaning. If you do not like doing quizzes on the screen, you can print out the following pdf files and use them instead. Kitchen words_key Kitchen words_ws If you would like to have all the exercises in one file, download the following file. kitchen and tools vocabulary_full Kitchen vocabulary – share KITCHEN EQUIPMENT (Web)

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Creative ways to teach vocabulary Here is the third extract from the latest British Council publication 'Creativity in the English Language classroom' edited by Alan Maley and Nik Peachey. In this chapter, Judit Fehér gives tips to teachers on how to integrate creativity into everyday classroom practice. 'In this chapter, I aim to give tips to teachers on doing just that: to integrate creativity into everyday classroom practice and typical language learning activities and exercises. I will use a framework of thinking that is used by many teachers around the world to think about and plan their lessons, namely: Working with the language system: Presenting and practising vocabulary.Presenting and practising grammar.Improving pronunciation. Working with skills: Developing speaking.Developing writing.Developing listening and reading. With each typical classroom/course book activity discussed, I will use the following format: How is the activity normally done? Background to the activities Presenting and practising vocabulary

Telling the Time - How to tell time in English - English basics During this lesson you will learn to tell the time in English using images and text. The first part of the lesson you wlll have to learn the words that are used in telling the time, followed by a example clocks with times on for you to see what the correct time is. The image below is split into 2 colours, green and yellow. The green side 'to' and the yellow side is 'past'. green hand is the big hand red is the small hand Use the clock on the right to help you Below are 12 clocks with random times The text is above each clock Types of ways of saying the time A.M. = morning It's 6:00 A.M. P.M. = afternoon Evening / night It's 6:00 P.M. It's six o'clock = 6:00 A.M. It's six = 6:00 A.M. It's six-oh-five = 6:05 A.M. It's six (minutes) after five = 6:05 A.M. It's six (minutes) past five = 6:05 A.M. It's six-oh-six = 6:06 A.M. It's six (minutes) after six = 6:06 A.M. It's six (minutes) past six = 6:06 A.M. It's six-oh-ten = 6:10 A.M. Its ten past six A.M. It's ten (minutes) after six = 6:10 A.M. P.M. = afternoon

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