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BK
1st pub.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010
104 s. : il. ; 28 cm

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ISBN 978-0-19-442248-2 (brož.)
Into the classroom
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1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // ’2 // 6 // 7 // 8 // 9 // 10 // Contents // Introduction - 9 // KNOWING AND CHALLENGING YOUR LEARNERS- 11 // Getting to know your learners -12 // Observing your learners -12 // Talking to parents to understand the child -13 // Expect a lot from your learners -15 // High expectations without pressure -15 // Giving your learners access to new language -19 // Let learners follow without speaking -19 Building up a task in stages - 20 // Celebrate achievement - 21 // Show the children how much they have learned -21 // Let your learners experiment - 23 // Giving children time to think - 23 // ENCOURAGING YOUR STUDENTS TO LEARN -27 // Recycling language - 28 // Recycling words and phrases in different contexts - 28 Recycling materials - 29 // Healthy competition - 30 // Group activities - 30 Getting a personal best - 32 // Motivating young learners to speak English - 33 // Equipping your learners to use English - 33 // Listening activities: something different - 37 // Adding something extra to listening activities -37 Encouraging attentive listening - 38 // Meeting written English - 39 // Surround your learners with written English -39 Read for meaning - 40 // 11 Parental involvement - 43 // Keeping parents up-to-date - 43 // PART 3 GOING BEYONDTHE COURSEBOOK-47 // 12 Making the most of the coursebook - 48 // Stretch the coursebook - 48 // 13 Surprising your learners-52 // Varying the routine -51 // Add a little extra to classroom talk - 52 // 14 Using your hands-54
// Observe how you use your hands - 54 // PART 4 EMPOWERING YOUR LEARNERS-57 // 15 Let the children choose-5S // Building in choice - 58 // 16 Young learners as language detectives - 60 // Listening for patterns - 60 // Showing patterns in written English -61 // PARTS ASSESSMENT-63 // 17 Supportive assessment activities - 64 // Positive assessment of young learners - 64 // 18 Self-assessment works - 66 // Getting children started in self-assessment - 66 // PART 6 PLAYING WITH THE SOUNDS OF ENGLISH -69 // 19 Internal English and English for play - 70 // English in your head - 70 English for play -71 // 20 Teach long words - 73 // Games with long words - 73 // PART 7 BRINGING THE REAL WORLD INTO THE CLASSROOM-75 // 21 English through other subjects - 76 // Science and the natural world - 76 Our town, our country, our world - 78 // 22 English in the world around us-SO // Finding examples of English in everyday life - 80 A visit from speakers of English in the community- 81 Varieties of English - 82 // 23 Using technology - 83 // Computer activities: offline - 83 Computer activities: online - 84 // PARTS USING MAKE BELIEVE, PERFORMANCE, AND METAPHOR-87 // 24 Make-believe-88 // Children pretending to be someone else - 88 // 25 Perform it-90 // Making and using puppets - 90 Role-play and simple drama activities - 90 // 26 Use metaphor-98 // Getting started with similes and metaphors - 98 Project and group work - 94 // PART 9 FOR THE TEACHER: LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS - 97 // 27
Keep developing your own English - 98 // Outside the classroom - 98 In the classroom - 99 // 28 Learning a new cultural context -101 Outside school -101 // At school -102 // Useful websites -105

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