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Dieses englischsprachige Handbuch stellt Grundschullehrerinnen und -lehrern ein Repertoire an Unterrichtsenglisch zur Verfügung, das sie auch ohne tiefere Kenntnisse der Sprache effektiv im Anfangsunterricht nutzen können. Es enthält Tipps für den Sp … weiterlesen
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Titel: English for Primary Teachers
Autor/en: Mary Slattery, Jane Willis

ISBN: 0194375625
EAN: 9780194375627
A handbook of activities & classroom language. Winner of the English Language Book Award 2001 and th.
Sprache: Englisch.
Oxford University ELT

24. Mai 2001 - kartoniert - 148 Seiten

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A handbook of activities and classroom language for primary teachers.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction ; Introduction for trainers and tutors on courses ; 1. Teaching young learners ; 1.1 First language - second language ; language focus ; Caretaker talk ; pronunciation point ; Syllables ; 1.2 Starting your lessons in English ; language focus ; Greetings and forms of address ; Checking attendance ; Ways of starting lessons ; 1.3 Organizing your classroom ; language focus ; Everyday instructions - organizing ; the classroom ; 1.4 Ending your lessons ; language focus ; Ending lessons ; Phrases with else ; Word quiz ; 1.5 Very young learners (VYLs) and young learners (YLs) ; language focus ; Telling the class what you are doing ; Asking questions ; topic talk ; Introducing yourself ; 2. Listen and do ; Introduction ; 2.1 Giving instructions in English ; language focus ; Sitting down and standing up ; Moving around ; 2.2 Listening and identifying ; For vocabulary development ; For grammatical awareness ; language focus ; Being good - a positive approach to discipline ; pronunciation point ; 2.3 Listening and doing - Total Physical Response ; Follow the leader ; Topic-based TPR ; TPR routines ; TPR for arranging the class ; language focus ; Recalling routines: what do we do when... ; topic talk ; Sports and hobbies ; 2.4 Listening and performing - miming ; Revising and consolidating topic words through mime ; Miming to rhymes and chants ; language focus ; Turn-giving ; 2.5 Listening and responding games ; Right or wrong ; language focus ; Instructions for true/false activities ; Simon says ; topic talk ; Clothes ; 3. Listen and Make ; Introduction ; 3.1 Listen and colour ; language focus ; Explaining and demonstrating ; Asking for helpers and giving things out ; topic talk ; The circus ; 3.2 Listen and draw ; language focus ; Phrases describing position ; Drawing games ; language focus ; Useful phrases ; Asking who wants a turn ; 3.3 Listen and make ; Making greetings cards ; language focus ; Language for demonstration ; Making an Easter card ; language focus ; Cutting things out ; What do you keep where? ; pronunciation point ; topic talk ; Festivals and celebrations ; 4. Speaking with support ; Introduction ; 4.1 Using classroom phrases ; language focus ; What learners need to say and ask ; 4.2 Saying rhymes and singing songs to practise ; pronunciation, stress, and intonation ; language focus ; How loud? ; topic talk ; Spiders, beetles, and small creatures ; 4.3 Practising new vocabulary ; language focus ; Five ways of eliciting language ; pronunciation point ; 4.4 Playing vocabulary games ; language focus ; Instructions for games ; What can you do with cards? ; 4.5 Practising pronunciation of new sounds ; topic talk ; Animals ; 5. Speaking more freely ; Introduction ; 5.1 Cognitive development and language learning ; Children as learners ; Children as language learners ; 5.2 Starting to speak freely - eliciting personal talk ; language focus ; Initiations and follow-up moves ; topic talk ; Families ; 5.3 Speaking games ; Pass the ball ; language focus ; Instructions for 'Pass the ball' ; Extra phrases for ball games ; Guess the mime ; language focus ; Asking children to guess or remember ; topic talk ; Rooms ; 5.4 Children speaking in groups ; Personal presentations ; language focus ; Setting up pairs and groups ; pronunciation point ; Connected speech ; 6. Reading in English ; Introduction ; 6.1 Beginning reading ; Look and say ; Phonics ; Activities to help children connect sounds with letters ; language focus ; Letter and word recognition ; 6.2 Speaking to reading - helping sound and word recognition ; language focus ; Encouraging learner participation ; Asking children to guess the word ; Summary of pre-reading activities ; topic talk ; Holidays/Vacations ; 6.3 Helping children recognize phrases ; language focus ; Making phrases or sentences ; pronunciation point ; 6.4 Reading independently - finding information ; language focus ; Chunking; Finding the place ; 7. Writing in English ; Introduction ; 7.1 Practising the alphabet ; language focus ; Politeness phrases ; A writing race ; language focus ; Intonation and stress for meaning ; pronunciation point ; 7.2 From speaking to writing and from reading to writing ; From speaking to writing: making memory ; games and quizzes ; From reading to writing: making lists ; language focus ; Reading and talking with expression ; Useful phrases for group writing ; Spelling ; language focus ; Phrases with spell ; topic talk ; Parties ; 7.3 Writing with other children ; language focus ; Story questions ; Story summary ; 7.4 Children writing freely ; Writing about people ; Having fun making a book ; Writing to penpals ; topic talk ; Food ; 8. Reading and telling stories ; Introduction ; The value of stories ; 8.1 Telling a new story ; language focus ; Intonation and actions ; Story questions and prompts ; Telling and performing a story with very young learners ; 8.2 Reading a story to very young learners ; Listening to a story and looking at the pictures ; language focus ; Story questions and prompts ; Moving away from the text ; Talking about what is happening ; Language focus ; Telling and talking ; pronunciation point ; 8.3 Ways to retell a story ; language focus ; Instructions when retelling a story ; 8.4 Retelling a story as a class ; Retelling from memory ; Retelling from a different point of view ; language focus ; Stress on key words ; Story time ; 9. Story Activities ; Introduction ; 9.1 Things to do after retelling a story ; Adapting a story ; A 'make and do' activity based on the story ; language focus ; Reading with feeling; Starting a feedback chat ; 9.2 Getting children to add to a story ; language focus ; From speaking to story writing ; pronunciation point ; Clusters / st / / sn / / sl / / str / ; 9.3 Making up a story ; language focus ; Story structure ; 9.4 Using stories for project work ; A favourite story project ; 9.5 Correction and project work ; language focus ; Useful expressions for correcting and improving children's language ; Planning for effective use of English in the classroom ; Introduction ; 10.1 Helping children learn and improve ; Using the mother tongue ; language focus ; Responding to mother tongue talk ; language focus ; When and how to correct ; 10.2 Using your coursebook as a resource ; Using a coursebook topic ; language focus ; Revision of classroom language functions ; Using text-based activities ; language focus ; Useful phrases with common words and patterns ; pronunciation point ; Silent letters ; 10.3 Planning your lessons ; 1. Before the course ; 2. General lesson preparation ; 3. Specific language planning for a lesson ; Over to you ; Key to units ; Contents of the CD ; Resources ; About the teachers ; Glossary ; Index
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