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ICDL - International Children's Digital Library Wilson - Ten Simple Phonics Activities Requiring Little Preparation The Internet TESL Journal Matthew Wilsoneducationaladvisor [at] gmail.comSendai Board of Education, (Sendai, Japan) Introduction Getting students to discover and practice the connections between letters and the sounds they represent should be an important part of any English class routine. The following activities can be adjusted to meet different levels and adapted to fit into any timeframe. The following are ten activities that can assist you in practicing phonics at any point in your lesson: Letters on the Board At first, the teacher writes some letters on the board. Speed Reading Write a number of words on the board. Battleship Phonics This is based on the popular game Battleship. Phonics Bingo Write a good number of sounds on the board, e.g., pha, ma, la, ga. Criss-cross Phonics All the students stand up. Missing Sound Draw or show an image on the blackboard. Two Sounds Good to practice sound distinction. Beginning/Middle/End Ball and Cap Game The students pass around a hat and a ball.
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Literacy New Mexico: Information for Teachers Early Years A basic numeral recognition activitiy. Develop your mouse control and number skills by matching number digits to words in the 1 to 10 range. © v2vtraining.co.uk An initial sounds phonic activity that develops the link between letters and the initial sounds of some common objects. A counting and numeral recognition set of activities. Colouring and matching activity. Use the Simple Scales to weigh the bears. Dressing for the Weather is a drag and drop dressing activity. A drag and drop alien making activity to develop mouse control skills and to develop language. Drag and drop fun with the Scary Spuds. © 3913.co.uk Drag and drop the names of the single digit numbers on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the colours on to the picture. This simple labelling activity can be used to reinforce the idea of labels and as a framework for children to begin to add their own captions and labels to familiar scenes such as a teddy bear's picnic.picnic lesson outline
Age-Related Variations Between Young and Adult Learners: A Theoretical Review of Different Perspectives | Amer Adway Student: 110014 Second Language Learning and Teaching Module code: EDU5134 A: The biological factor: Is language acquisition biologically determined? Is there an optimal age for languageacquisition? Penfield and Roberts (1959) argued that children could recover language functionsafter injury in the speech areas while adults rarely did so. plasticity and argues that after puberty “children need more conscious and laborious efforts to acquire language and that their foreign accents can’t easily be overcome (1967.p.176) Lennenberg’s views have been criticized by other linguists and psychologists. who has built some of his views on Lennenberg’s, has reanalyzed data Lennenberg used andreviewed his hypothesis.
Make Kids' Books Online For Free! Teaching English to Young Learners Details Hits: 8,575 TEYL or Teaching English to Young Learners refers to a more specialized area of teaching English which deals with younger students. Aside from the usual considerations which you should give to any TEFL class, there are certain extra considerations to take into account. This page offers general tips and ideas for the young learners classroom. Note, young learners here are assumed to be about 3 - 12 years old. First Lessons with Young Learners In the first few classes with a YL group, it's often good to just sit and play with the children and not to "teach" them. Also, and this is important, it's good to speak English only. Finally, speak naturally to the children. What to Teach Young Learners A first general rule is to forget teaching grammar to young learners but instead concentrate on simple, useful phrases and conversations. Tips and Tricks for Teaching English to Young Learners Teaching English to young learners is a whole specialized field. Motivating Young Learners
Planning - ICT in the Early Years A camera display is a quick way for children to share what they like and are interested in with each other. The links at the top of this page can help you audit your ICT across the EYFS principles. The EYFS is based around four Themes. Each Theme is linked to an important Principle: A Unique Child - Every child is a competent learner from birth who can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured. Positive Relationships - Children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person. Enabling Environments - The environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children's development and learning. Learning and Development - Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates and all areas of Learning and Development are equally important and inter-connected. Each Principle is supported by four Commitments.
06-44-2-b.pdf Digital technology and the early years | National Literacy Trust Technology can play a role in supporting early communication, language and literacy. It can offer new learning opportunities, through ebooks, apps, and even video calling. We strongly advise that, just like a book, technology is used as a tool for learning and play, rather than as a replacement for adult interaction. Our research shows that, when used appropriately, technology can be an important route in to reading for certain groups of children, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds and boys. For parents Our Words for Life website has advice and tips for parents on how to use technology with their child in the early years.Our Literacy Apps website also helps parents find the right apps to help children develop good communication and literacy skills. For early years practitioners Along with these downloadable resources, we have created these videos on using technology in early years settings.
10 Ways to Sabotage Your Classroom Management By Jennifer Gonzalez You know the basics: Establish clear rules and consequences, be consistent, keep students engaged. But even with all that in place, the small things you do could be wreaking havoc on your whole system. Here are some habits you might have developed that are messing with your classroom management, along with more effective alternatives. 1. This was a big problem for me. Alternative: Make a conscious effort to hold a neutral, “on-task” facial expression when you need your class to be focused. 2. Addressing student misbehavior in a public way risks embarrassing the student, and if she is prone to being oppositional, she’s likely to talk back and dig herself into a deeper hole. Alternative: Whenever possible, address off-task behavior in private. Others just speak in a quiet voice by the student’s desk or call the student up to their own. 3. So many behavior problems start with students simply not understanding what they are supposed to do. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.