Thirty short, simple, physical activities to encourage children to listen and respond to spoken English. Responding physically to English helps children learn in an enjoyable, non-threatening way that also helps them remember the language.
Listen and Do
Author: Hana Švecová
This book contains 30 activities at elementary level, complete with ideas for boardwork and pictures teachers can copy. All the activities are simple and adaptable. They are particularly well-suited to classrooms where there are few resources apart from a board, paper, and pens - and of course the teacher and learners themselves.
Twenty-five activities to settle children into a class or bring the lesson to an end. Starting and Ending Lessons focuses on children's need for constant language revision. It provides easy, adaptable activities that use movement and games to maintain variety in the classroom.
An accessible guide to using English in the classroom for non-native speaker teachers. The book is in two parts: Section 1 provides advice on issues such as how to check that learners have understood and when to use English. Section 2 looks at different situations in the classroom, for example, 'Using the coursebook' and 'Giving instructions'.
This is a first undergraduate textbook in Solid State Physics or Condensed Matter Physics. While most textbooks on the subject are extremely dry, this book is written to be much more exciting, inspiring, and entertaining.
2,000 words at each level show the meaning and how words work in context 'I can...' approach to each unit so students can see learning goals Fully integrated Super Skills CD-ROM with interactive listening and speaking activities and pronunciation model for every vocabulary item 'Cover and check' card makes it easy for students to test themselves Regular review units so students can check progress
Twenty-five lessons illustrate a wide variety of techniques to introduce and practice a range of grammatical structures between elementary and intermediate level. The lessons are easy to follow, prepare, and adapt, and the teaching ideas introduced would be useful for both less experienced teachers and teachers who wish to broaden their repertoire. Few or no additional resources are required.
Author: David Grant, Robert MacLarty
Activities to encourage children to tell and respond to stories. This book introduces a wide range of story and activity types to stimulate young learners to use and respond to English in a creative and enjoyable way.
Author: Eleanor Watts
Author: Mary Slattery
Publisher: OUP Oxford
A selection of thirty units covering a wide variety of cross-curricular topics. Areas covered include maths, geography, biology, history, music, art, and drama. All the activities give learners opportunities to communicate in English and at the same time explore core areas of the curriculum.
Easy-to follow description of the language. Accessible lesson plans which provide a blueprint for teachers to use. A good way in to methodology that avoids a lot of technical jargon and theory.