четверг, 23 сентября 2010 г.

Grammar chants in class

Grammar chants can be a lot of fun to use in classes. They are especially effective when used to help students learn problematic forms. Grammar chants use repetition to engage the right side of the brain's 'musical' intelligence. The use of multiple intelligences can go a long way to helping students speak English 'automatically'. Here are a number of chants for some of the most common beginning level problem areas. Many of these chants are simple. However, remember that through the use of repetition and having fun together (be as crazy as you like) students will improve their 'automatic' use of the language.

Using a chant is pretty straight-forward. The teacher (or leader) stands up in front of the class and 'chants' the lines. It's important to be as rhythmical as possible because these rhythms help the brain during its learning process.

четверг, 9 сентября 2010 г.

Information about Australia.

Students of the 10th grade!
Go to these websites, or just take a look .

‘Australia’ entry in the Simple English Wikipedia. Accessible to pre-intermediate

Information on Australian animals, illustrated with photographs. Accessible to pre-
intermediate level.

Website of a travel agency specialising in Australia. Challenging for pre-intermediate