"Using Pictures In Teaching Vocabulary" Essays and Research Papers

  • Using Pictures In Teaching Vocabulary

    since Kindergarten level until University level. English teaching involves of four language skills, they are Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. In teaching and learning a language, there are four aspects that support four language skills above such as grammar, vocabulary, spelling and pronunciation that are also thought in English teaching and learning process. Vocabulary is one of important aspect in teaching language. Teaching vocabulary to young learners is not easy, because we must know the...

    Education, Foreign language, History of education 726  Words | 3  Pages

  • teaching English by using pictures

    Teaching Vocabulary by Examples Teaching Shop by Example Here’s a new word. [point] Shop What word? Spell shop. What word? This is a shop. This is a shop. This is a shop. This is not a shop. This is not a shop. This is a shop. Test. Is this a shop? Test with all the examples and non-examples. [Delayed Acquisition Test] Then test with NEW examples and non-examples. [Generalized Test] Vocabulary by examples Boys and girls! Eyes on me! Here’s a new word...

    Amphibian, Bicycle, Bowler hat 948  Words | 7  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary

    in each level of study. It plays an important role for people to communicate one to another. Moreover English is used to absorb information in aspects of life in this world. There are a number of factors that affect the success of English Language Teaching (ELT). One of the factors is teacher. Teacher can determine whether or not other factors can work well. English language learners who have low motivation to learn English can be made more interested in English classrooms because of the way good English...

    Education, English language, History of education 727  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching English Vocabulary Through Pictures for Young Learners

    Teaching English Vocabulary through Pictures for Young Learners INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background All languages consist of words. Languages emerge first as words, both historically, and in terms of the way each of us learned our first and any subsequent languages. Vocabulary plays an important role because it appears in every language skills. Mastering vocabulary is very important for the students who learn English as a foreign language. It is because vocabulary is a key to young learners...

    Education, Language, Language education 1538  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary Using Original Video and Sound Effects to Young Learner

    Teaching Vocabulary Using Poems and Favorite Song to Young Learner A. Introduction Putu Darma Putra (2013) in his seminar says that “World is words, how nice and influence they are; appears in a dictionary.” Words are really powerful for good and evil. They can transform in the hands of someone who knows how to choose and combine them. As we know, English as an international language has an important role in dealing with the world. For dealing with the world we need to deliver our thought...

    Education, History of education, Knowledge 913  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary Strategies

    year olds Subject: Language Arts Objective: Learn new vocabulary words to prepare for new reading unit. A.1. To teach new vocabulary words in order to prepare for a new reading unit, I would play a game with my students that would allow them to practice thinking about the words’ true meanings rather than just memorizing the definition. The game is called “Vocabulary Alley” and it goes like this: ü Teacher introduces a new vocabulary word and writes it on the board along with definition. ü...

    Education, Language, Neologism 846  Words | 3  Pages

  • Using Crossword to Teach Vocabulary

    TEACHING ENGLISH VOCABULARY TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS BY USING CROSSWORD PUZZLE RAHAJENG Abstract Teaching vocabulary is something challenging, especially if it is done to elementary school students. It is chalenging because elementary school students usually do not like to learn something in a serious way. They are still children that like to play. A serious way in teaching will just make them bored. It is why teaching vocabulary to elementary school students requires creativity of the...

    Education, History of education, Knowledge 1576  Words | 5  Pages

  • Vocabulary Teaching

    Oranim Academic College of Education Teaching Vocabulary / Prof. Penny Ur Final Assignment: Vocabulary activities analysis Merav Malinker ID: 031764236 First Activity the below activity was taken from HTTP://STRAUSSPUBLISHING.COM/SAMPLELESSON.HTML [pic] Although it is suggested on-line, I referred to this sample lesson as if adopted by a teacher to use as a lesson plan for teaching vocabulary. Reviewing the words on left end column...

    Gloss, Learning, Lesson 792  Words | 4  Pages

  • Making Vocabulary Learning Interesting

    IDEAS TO BRING TO THE CLASSROOM TO MAKE VOCABULARY INTERESTING AND REWARDING Acquiring new vocabulary needs to fun for student and teacher alike. Otherwise all lessons become staid and uneventful experiences. Therefore a wide range of learning activities need to be organised and effectively implemented to teach vocabulary. You must remember the purpose is to get students to understand and use words and expressions in many diverse situations. Our job is arouse the learner’s senses and creative...

    Education, History of education, Language 918  Words | 4  Pages

  • Vocabulary Development

    HEAD: Vocabulary Development Vocabulary Development Islah Dillard-Mostafa August 17, 2012 EED-470 Grand Canyon University Vocabulary Development Knowing vocabulary is essential to reading and comprehending what was read. It is very important that teachers foster students development of a large “word bank” and use vocabulary learning strategies that are effective. I developed a chart that list several effective explicit and implicit strategies that teachers can use with teaching reading...

    Language, Meaning of life, Orthography 824  Words | 3  Pages

  • Difficulties in Teaching Vocabulary

    language vocabulary. Two further distinctions in vocabulary are required to complete our model. We need to distinguish between a common core vocabulary known to all the members of a language community and specialized vocabularies, known only to special groups. We are of course primarily interested in the common core vocabulary. The other distinction according to C. Friese is that between vocabulary for production and vocabulary for recognition. As a rule, our reception of vocabulary is much larger...

    Education, Grammar, Grammar translation 671  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effective Methods to Learn New Vocabulary

    Methods To Learn New Vocabulary Vocabulary is one of the three main elements of language, and it is the base of literature. Whatever people communicate with others by any language, and the first requirement is that people must have certain vocabulary. In study activities, teachers emphasize listening, speaking, reading, and writing, but students cannot learn without vocabulary. Vocabulary learning is a process of memorizing and recognizing. If students don’t have enough vocabulary, they will spend...

    Education, Educational psychology, Language 1437  Words | 5  Pages

  • Using Flash Card

    INTRODUCTION Vocabulary is the set of known words and their meaning can be used by someone in a language. defined set of all one's vocabulary word that is understood by the person or all the words that are likely to be used by that person to make a new sentence. wealth of a person's vocabulary is generally considered to be an overview of intelligence or education level. Nowadays, understanding of the vocabulary is generally considered an important part in the learning process language development...

    Education, English language, Language 1837  Words | 6  Pages

  • Teaching English Vocabulary Using Games

    |For Vocabulary Presentation and Revision | | | |by Agnieszka Uberman | | | | |Vocabulary acquisition is increasingly viewed as crucial to language acquisition. | | | | | |However, there is much disagreement as to the effectiveness of different approaches for | | | | | |presenting vocabulary items. Moreover...

    Foreign language, Language, Language education 4630  Words | 20  Pages

  • teaching vocabulary

    Marzano’s Six Step Process Teaching Academic Vocabulary 1. Provide a description, explanation, or example of the new term. (Include a non-linguistic representation of the term for ESL kids.) 2. Ask students to restate the description, explanation, or example in their own words. (Allow students whose primary existing knowledge base is still in their native language to write in it.) 3. Ask students to construct a picture, symbol, or graphic representing the word. 4. Engage students periodically...

    Education, English language, Language 1259  Words | 13  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary

    TEACHING VOCABULARY THROUGH PICTURES TO THE KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS ( A Case Study at Madinah Kid’s School Kindergarten Serpong- Tangerang) This Paper (Skripsi) Has Fulfilled The Requirement for The Degree of Sarjana (S1) at The English Department The Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training By: LENY NIM: 102014023751 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TARBIYAH AND TEACHERS TRAINING SYARIF HIDAYATULLAH STATE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY JAKARTA 2006 M / 1427 H pdfMachine A pdf writer that produces quality...

    Foreign language, Kindergarten, Language 11000  Words | 36  Pages

  • Vocabulary Teaching In India with the Help of Learning Strategies

    Vocabulary Teaching In India with the Help of Learning Strategies This paper will explore ‘vocabulary teaching in India with the help of learning strategies’. This topic is chosen since vocabulary teaching in secondary schools in India is teacher oriented while vocabulary learning usually takes place outside the classroom. Moreover, since vocabulary is learn outside the classroom...

    College, High school, Middle school 1473  Words | 5  Pages

  • Use of Technology in Teaching Esl

    STRATEGIES TO LINK ESL AND TECHNOLOGY The use of technology can enhance the quality of teaching and learning in ESL classes but there are important stages to follow with ESL learners. Teachers need to keep in mind that there is an additional level of language to cover in order to make ESL learners ‘ technology literate’. PRE- TECHNOLOGY LESSON This stage involves building the field and explicitly teaching the context as a means of preparation for the lessons to follow. Emphasis is placed on the...

    Application software, Computer software, Education 595  Words | 3  Pages

  • Improving Eighth Years Students Ability in Writing Recount Text Using Pictures Series

    ABILITY IN WRITING RECOUNT TEXT USING PICTURES SERIES ABSTRACT The ability of the eight grade students of SLTP Negeri 1 Probolinggo in writing recount text was still unsatisfactory. The students were unable to express their ideas in a good paragraph. They made a number of mistakes in their writing in terms of content, organization, vocabulary, and grammar. To overcome this problem, the researcher tries to use picture series as a strategy in the teaching writing in recount text. ...

    Bali, Better, Creative writing 1836  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary

    TEACHING VOCABULARY ON THE TOPIC ENVIRONMENT Contents Introduction p. 3-4 Part 1. General Principles in Teaching Vocabulary p. 5 1.1. What need to be taught p. 5 1.2. Criteria for selecting and vocabulary exercises p. 1.3. Receptive and productive p. 1.4. Grouping of items of vocabulary p. 1.5. The amount of items to teach p. Part 2. Presenting vocabulary p. 2.1. Traditional techniques for presenting vocabulary p. 2.1.1. Visual techniques p. 2.1.2. Verbal...

    Language, Language acquisition, Language education 11882  Words | 37  Pages

  • Vocabulary Acquisition Strategies Of Indonesian

    Vocabulary Acquisition Strategies of Indonesian Postgraduate Students through Reading: a Review Haeruddin Kemenag Class 137835097 This paper is a review of an article written by Nanang Bagus Subekt and Michael J. Lawson, both from Flinders University School of Education which was published in International Education Journal volume 8 issues 2 in 2007. First, this paper summarizes the article by showing a brief summary of the research questions, methodology, the finding and the conclusion. Then...

    Animorphs, Education, Humanities 968  Words | 3  Pages

  • Approaches in Language Teaching

    LANGUAGE TEACHING - APPROACHES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING DIDATICS Methods BACKGROUND The origins of CLT are to be found in the changes in the British language teaching tradition dating from the late 1960´s. Until then, Situational Language Teaching represented the major british approach to teaching english as a foreign language. In slt , language was taught by practicing basic structures in meaningful situation-based activities. But British linguistis saw the need to focus in language teaching on communicative...

    Audio-lingual method, Communicative language teaching, Foreign language 1448  Words | 6  Pages

  • Teaching speaking using mind maping

     THESIS PROPOSAL I. TITLE Using Mind Mapping Method to Improve Speaking Skill to the Seventh Grade of SMP Negeri 1 Karas in Term 2013/2014. II. Background What happened ( The students’ problem and the causes ) The students’ problem is : a. The students are shy to speak in English The causes are: a. The students are still weak in speaking. b. The students have low mastery of vocabulary. c. The teacher seldom used varied technique to make the students become a better speakers. The technique...

    Blog, Idea, Psychology 820  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effects of Pictures on Learning Vocabulary

    The Effects of Pictures on Learning Vocabulary Hossein Maskani Hakim Sabzevari University Abstract This research explored the effects of pictures on learning new vocabularies. Learning vocabulary is one of the most important components of any languages and we attempted to represent a way to learn new words more effectively and easily. This study compared the learning words through pictures and paired with translated equivalents. Our experiment on learning and recalling English words shows that...

    2674  Words | 9  Pages

  • Leson Plan for Teaching English as a Second Language

    || |Teaching Text |(翰林出版社)Unite 5 We went to Penghu by plane |Class period |20min. | |Ss’ age |Eighth grade |Ss’ Proficiency Level |Beginning ~ Intermediate | |Ss’ Background |Students know the past tense and how to change the form of verb in past tense correctly. | |Teaching Objectives |1....

    Dissociative identity disorder, Grammatical tense, Past tense 310  Words | 3  Pages

  • Learning Vocabulary

    I/ Introduction Learning vocabulary is a very important part of learning a language. The more words you know, the more you will be able to understand what you hear and read; and the better you will be able to say what you want to when speaking or writing. Vocabulary refers to the words we must understand to communicate effectively. Educators often consider four types of vocabulary: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Listening vocabulary refers to the words we need to know to understand...

    Dictionary, Language, Lexicography 2077  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effect of Using Teaching Aids in Teaching Mathematics

    Effect of using mathematics teaching aids in teaching mathematics on the achievement of mathematics students NAME: OGUNSHOLA STEPHEN ADESHINA MATRIC NO : 081004105 SUPERVISOR: MR OPARA CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Mathematics is the foundation of science and technology and the functional role of mathematics to science and technology is multifaceted and multifarious that no area of science, technology and business enterprise escapes...

    Arithmetic, Calculus, Education 1133  Words | 4  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary

    Teaching vocabulary The main practical aim is: to form vocabulary and lexical competence (vocabulary habits). Vocabulary work is connected with all aspects of the target language: pronunciation syntax morphology spelling stylistics But even if you’ve learned only a great number of words you won’t be able to be understandable. What it means to know a word: * to recognize it in its spoken and written form; * to recall...

    Correctness, Language, Lexeme 322  Words | 2  Pages

  • Teaching Adjective Clauses: Research and Pedagogical Techniques

    TEACHING ADJECTIVE CLAUSES Summary of Research & Pedagogical Techniques This paper contains researches about teaching adjective clauses. In here, I will discuss the various methods in teaching adjective clauses for the ESL/EFL students. After examining the different methods and comparing them with each other, this paper will explain the application of the knowledge to my present and future teaching and will demonstrate the influence of the study to the development of my lesson plan. Studying...

    Adjective, Clause, Dependent clause 1437  Words | 5  Pages

  • Creativity In Teaching English

    Karseko Katarina 4th course 8 group Сreative ways to learn a foreign language Learner-based Teaching Class activities can be done using information that the students themselves bring to the lesson. In the first stage of learner-based teaching students prepare a certain material entirely base on their own knowledge, skill and ability, then in the second this material is passed over or performed to other students to carry out different activities with the aim of practising a particular skill...

    Education, Language, Language acquisition 1995  Words | 4  Pages

  • Analysis of Teaching Material-Tesol

    Analysis of Teaching Material- NEW HEADWAY ADVANCED The material chosen for analysis is the New Headway Advanced Student’s Course Book published and released in 2004 and written by Liz Soars, John Soars. The New Headway claims to the best-selling series that combines the best of traditional methods with current teaching techniques. It is renowned and valued for a reliable methodology that works at every level. Headway goes on to assert that no course offers more in terms of levels, components...

    Education, English language, Language acquisition 1845  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching and Learning Styles

    TEACHING AND LEARNING STYLES TEACHING STYLE – individual teachers’ distinctive or characteristic manner of teaching. LEARNING STYLE - are simply different approaches on ways of learning. 4 TYPES OF TEACHER Authoritarian Teacher Permissive Teacher Detached Teacher Authoritative Teacher 4 TYPES OF TEACHING STYLES Authoritarian Teaching Style Permissive Teaching Style Detached Teaching Style Authoritative Teaching Style Teaching Styles 1. Authoritarian Teaching Style - The...

    Auditory learning, Education, Educational psychology 1109  Words | 4  Pages

  • Methods of teaching English in schools

    Methods of teaching English in schools Method: A particular form of procedure for accomplishing or approaching something, especially a systematic or established one. Two important methods of teaching. 1. Grammar translation method 2. Direct method Grammar Translation Method Sometimes also known as the Classical Method, this is a traditional teaching technique that was used to teach Latin and Greek and was particularly in vogue during the 16th Century. The focus of this method was on the translation...

    Education, French language, Language 1388  Words | 5  Pages

  • How Visual Aids Can Help When Teaching a Foreign Language.

    How visual aids can help when teaching a foreign language. 1 Visual aids provide a practical solution for teachers whose equipment can consist of nothing more than a few books and a classroom. They include black-boards, laptops, charts and posters, pictures, magazines, flash-cards and actual objects or ‘realia’. These teaching aids, and the ways in which they help the teacher are discussed below. Blackboard/whiteboard: In schools throughout the world, this piece of equipment is...

    Education, Foreign language, Language 1373  Words | 5  Pages

  • Asprcts in Teaching

    The most important aspects in a teaching In order to perform a successful lesson, a teacher might have a lot of aspects to consider. For me, I have 5 aspects to be aware of. First, I have to understand my students. Second, the aim of the using course syllabus. Third, teaching strategy. The Fourth aspect is teaching process. And last, acquisition of the learning. In my sense, they are the most important aspects that I should be aware of. In my opinion, the first and the most important...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 1296  Words | 4  Pages

  • The best teaching aid is a piece of chalk

     “The best teaching aid is a piece of chalk” When I first went to school, the dominant teaching aid was blackboard and chalk. That is almost half a century ago. Back then, the statement “The best teaching aid is a piece of chalk” is likely to cause bafflement to teachers. “What else?” would be their common response. Today, however, teaching aids abound. From a simple letter set painstakingly cut out by a devoted teacher, through electronic projection equipment, DVD sound systems, televisions and...

    Education, Language, Language education 1466  Words | 6  Pages

  • teaching vocabulary via SMS

    Communication Technologies (ICT) have changed the way teaching and learning processes are being conducted. Among the ICT tools mobile phones are the mostly owned and used among the people. Learning through mobile phones is termed as mobile learning or M- learning. Mobile phones have a potential of improving the teaching and learning processes, as the tools are cheap compared to other ICT tools. The current study assesses how mobile phones facilitate the teaching- learning process. In the present day scenario...

    Cellular network, GSM, Mobile phone 3664  Words | 24  Pages

  • Teaching Language Through 4f Approach

    Amit Joshi Research Scholar Teaching Language through 4F Approach Following more than sixty years of independence, the status of English language in rural India, predominantly in Rajasthan, is poor. Even after a decade’s learning in school, students are not able to bring into play English aptly to meet up their requirements. Various reasons can be accommodated for this apologetic state however my concern stretches out with the discovery of best possible way out which serves as a step forward...

    Communicative language teaching, English language, English-language education 1777  Words | 6  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary to Children at an Elementary Level

    albumu 29910 Pictures in Teaching Vocabulary to Children at Elementary Level of Lower Grades of Primary School Praca licencjacka napisana pod kierunkiem dr Ewy Lewickiej - Mroczek Warszawa 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract…………………………………………………………………………..……..4 Introduction……………………………………………………………………….……5 THEORETICAL PART……………………………………………………………….7 Chapter I Children as foreign language learners…………………………………….8 1.1. The importance of teaching foreign languages to children…………………………8 ...

    Foreign language, Language, Language acquisition 17411  Words | 74  Pages

  • Visual Aids in Teaching

    aids can help in teaching languages? The aids that help in teaching languages and that can be seen are called 'visual aids'. They provide practical solutions to the problems of a language teacher whose equipment, as a rule, consists of nothing more than books and classroom. They include black-board, chart maps, pictures, flannel-boards, film strips, slides, epidiascope and actual objects that facilitate the process of teaching. The function of each of these in helping the teaching process is discussed...

    Education, Film, Language 1005  Words | 3  Pages

  • Using the Mwgyw Teaching Approach

    LIBERTY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY LESSON MANUSCRIPT 2 (MWGYW) __________________ Presented to Dr. Dennis Wilhite In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for DSMN 601 MINISTRY OF TEACHING ____________________ by Karlyne Robinson April 19, 2011 ME (Orientation) Sometimes I wonder why I wrestle with the same problem over and over. I feel so stupid for just not being able to conquer it. But that’s probably something only I go through, right? Here’s the thing- I’ve tried...

    Christian terms, Christianity, Demon 1770  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effect of Interactivity with a Music Video Game on Second Language Vocabulary Recall

    INTERACTIVITY WITH A MUSIC VIDEO GAME ON SECOND LANGUAGE VOCABULARY RECALL Introduction This research has been done by Jonathan deHaan, W. Michael Reed and Katsuko Kuwada. Jonathan deHaan is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of International Relations at the University of Shizuoka. He earned his Ph.D. in Educational Communication and Technology from New York University. His research focuses on second language learning and teaching with games and simulations. As for W. Michael Reed, he was...

    Cognitive load, Educational psychology, Language 1619  Words | 6  Pages

  • Using visual aids in teaching English

     COURSE PAPER USING VISUAL AIDS IN TEACHING ENGLISH CONTENTS Introduction ..............................................................................................................3 Chapter I. Theoretical aspect of using visual material in teaching English ...........5 1.1. The importance of using visual aids in teaching English ..................................5 1.2. Learning styles in language teaching ...............................

    Auditory learning, Education, English language 8272  Words | 33  Pages

  • Teaching Revolting Rhymes

    The project includes 3 lessons over three weeks, plus homework/group work/workstations. Varying the teaching methods is taken into account at all lessons and in self study. Differentiation is achieved by various teaching approaches, both visual and oral.   1. Lesson a, pre-reading activities 1.1. Presentation and brainstorming The teacher and the class discuss fairytales as a genre, using transparent words and “tease” with the play that is going to be planned in lesson 2. Presenting the...

    Fairy tale, Revolting Rhymes, Roald Dahl 1836  Words | 6  Pages

  • Challenges of Teaching Using Role Play

    Teaching is an art of communication that involves an interaction on the flow of information from a teacher to the learner. But a teacher is not supposed to be a reservoir of knowledge and a learner at a receiving end as a depositing lot. Before a lesson is delivered in class, a teacher needs to plan and prepare adequately the strategies that he/she is going to use in his or her lesson. Strategies are of greater concern and are considered as better foundation of scaffolds in the minds of learners...

    Game, Play, Problem solving 1065  Words | 3  Pages

  • Does Electronic Learning and Teaching Have Any Major Effect on the Delivery and Development of Education?

    electronic learning and teaching have any major effect on the delivery and development of education? Teaching and learning have evolved over the years; gone are the days when teaching was just chalk and talk and learning was just pure rote. Today with the invention and inclusion of electronic learning and teaching our students are more enthused, involved and active in the teaching learning process. Electronic...

    Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Education, Educational psychology 1683  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sample Lesson Using the Inductive Approach

    sample lesson: simple future June 5th, 2012 Introduction: This sample lesson is made for beginners (kids) for explaining simple future with an inductive approach. Using some visual aids to get the attention of the students through examples like, dialogs, conversations, images and videos. Teaching in a generative situation, which follows the real world is used in order to generate a real environment to make students experience like in the real life. Making students apply the language in...

    Education, Intelligence, Language 858  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Literacy in the Primary School

    Language and Literacy All elements of literacy are inter-related. This essay will examine the reading process and how the teaching of speaking, listening, writing and reading all influence pupils’ development in many ways. One pupil’s language and literacy development will be explored in this context, with a particular emphasis on his reading progression. Literacy is the ability to use language to communicate one’s ideas expressively, through speaking and writing and receptively, through listening...

    Applied linguistics, Communication, Information literacy 2040  Words | 6  Pages

  • A STUDY OF TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING ENGLISH VOCABULARY USED AT SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN BINHDINH PROVINCE

    A  STUDY  OF  TECHNIQUES  FOR TEACHING  ENGLISH  VOCABULARY  USED AT SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN BINHDINH PROVINCE  TABLE OF CONTENT  I. INTRODUCTION  1. Rationale  2. Aims of  the study     3. Organization of the study             II. ​ LITERATURE REVIEW     2.1 Literature review     2.2 Theoretical backgrounds          III. FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION     1.  ​ Techniques  for  teaching  English  vocabulary  used  at  secondary  schools in          Binhdinh province  1.1  1.2  1.3  2. Data collected from students’ questionnaires ...

    Language, Language education, Second language acquisition 3237  Words | 15  Pages

  • Jumbled-Letter Game for Vocabulary Teaching

    IMPROVING STUDENT’S VOCABULARY BY USING JUMBLED-LETTER GAME IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING CONTEXTS By: Nora Fudhla A. Background For some language teachers, teaching vocabulary is challenging, especially in English Language Teaching classroom. Nowadays, the teacher should provide a vocabulary teaching which avoiding vocabulary list memorization or vocabulary translation. Besides, the teacher also should consider about the students’ different ability to master vocabulary. Some language students...

    Education, Language, Language acquisition 3352  Words | 17  Pages

  • The Effectiveness of Using Puppets with Children

    finish period of the assignment: Introduction I want to evaluate the effectiveness of puppets in the acquisition of new vocabulary in year 1 pupils in a South London school. My research questions are: Will a child’s comprehension and retention of a word be increased through using a puppet? After use of the puppet, can children use the words in context? Will my teaching be more effective with the use of puppets? Context I expect to conduct my research with year 1 students from a South London...

    Hearing impairment, Puppet, Puppeteer 473  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Strategies for Reading Comprehension

    Bank Word | Definition | Picture | Connections | Word | Definition | Picture | Connections | Word | Definition | Picture | Connections | Word | Definition | Picture | Connections | Date _________________________ | Subject: Reading Questioning/Answering | |   Reading Comprehension As students read the story then I will ask them to draw attention to a few vocabulary words by inserting short definitions...

    Comprehension, Question, Reading 1259  Words | 6  Pages

  • Teaching Vocabulary to Young English Learners

    Teaching English vocabulary to young learners A crucial component of learning a foreign language is the acquisition of vocabulary. For young learners, the very first words that they acquire could lay the profound basis for a better later learning of the children. This study is intended to investigate the specific application of techniques in teaching English vocabulary to young learners. I strived to investigate the current techniques in teaching vocabulary to young learners and studied...

    Education, English language, Foreign language 3611  Words | 10  Pages

  • An Introduction to Teaching Listening

    INTRODUCTORY OF TEACHING LISTENING A. TEACHING LISTENING Some teachers have commented that to teach listening seems so difficult. It is because usually we : 1. Can forget easily what we have heard 2. Do not recognize the words 3. Understanding the words but not intended message 4. Neglect the next part when thinking about the meaning 5. Unable to form a mental representation from words heard In order not to have an opinion that teaching listening is difficult. Here are the...

    Activity, Task 718  Words | 3  Pages

  • Using Storytelling in the Classroom as a Form of Teaching

    Using Storytelling in the Classroom as a Form of Teaching Storytelling and narrative have both been used as a teaching device for hundreds of years. Their roots have surrounded religion, generally as an easier way of understanding the beliefs better. From the early views of Animism and Taoism, later to the views of Judaism and Christianity, and throughout time to today, stories have been used to teach the young and old. However, stories are not only used to teach about religious beliefs. Parents...

    A Story, Audience, Education 927  Words | 3  Pages

  • Improve Vocabulary

    Four steps to learning vocabulary effectively To improve your vocabulary, you need to: Read good books. Use a good dictionary. Look up words you don’t know. Be an curious student. Think about what you’re doing. Write things down. Repeat. “How can I learn more vocabulary words?” A very common question. “How can I learn more vocabulary?” Students tend to make the same comments about the challenges and difficulties of vocabulary and of learning new words: ▪ I don’t know a...

    Better, Definition, Dictionaries 1072  Words | 4  Pages

  • Changes in My Teaching Beliefs

    CHANGES IN MY TEACHING BELIEFS My beliefs before I took this course. My students are High school students in poor rural areas, no chance of contact with foreigners. They are different level in knowledge. They finished Secondary school but their knowledge is also uneven. There are very good students, but some students do not even know the basic knowledge of whether learned at the lower levels. They think English is not important for them. My students are studying English for having the basic knowledge...

    Education, English language, Learning 2048  Words | 6  Pages

  • English as a Foreign Language Teaching in Hungary

    more interested in teaching grammar school – aged students than children in their early years I was curious about how do the elder students get along with the language learning. Secondly, in my future plans I put at a highlighted place the prospect of teaching in a grammar school therefore I wanted to know what I would face if I turn up as a grammar school teacher one day. In contrast with Acsa the school in Vac offered more chances to get a good overview on the language teaching. Insomuch as much...

    Education, English language, High school 1525  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pictures

    Pictures – English assignment Summary The story “Pictures” is about a girl with a conflicted belief. She is a second-generation immigrant who lives in England with her parents who are poor shop owners. At Christmas time Amina and the rest of her classmates were drawing pictures of Mary and baby Jesus. All of her classmate’s drawings got to hang on the wall except for Amina’s, because she had drawn a brown-faced Mary. The teacher told Amina a white lie, saying that Amina’s drawing was...

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  • Situational Language Teaching

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