• Vocabulary Recollection through Games
    Finland. doi:10.4304/tpls.2.2.257-264 Vocabulary Recollection through Games Luu Trong Tuan National University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Email: luutrongtuan@vnn.vn Abstract—This research sought to examine whether games influence young learners’ vocabulary recollection in Way Ahead classes at...
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  • Differences Between Grammar Translation Method and Direct Method
    L1  in Interlanguage (1984: 98) points out The Classical Method (Grammar translation Method) was originally associated with the teaching of Latin and – to a much lesser extent – ancient Greek.             The aim of teaching Latin and Greek was (and is) obviously not so that learners would be able to speak them. The aims were/are...
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  • English Education Research
    components that should be mastered by learners is vocabulary. The learners should master vocabulary in order to be able to communicate in the target language and help the learners to understand and use the language easily. Troike (2006: 138) states that vocabulary (or lexicon) is the most important level of...
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  • 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...
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  • Realia
    bring the class to life. In this tip I’d like to offer a few suggestions for activities using realia and to consider why we may want to bring things into the class.  Why use realia in class? The main advantage of using real objects into the classroom is to make the learning experience more memorable for...
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  • Teaching Students with Austistic Spectrum
    Teaching Students With Autistic Spectrum Disorders to Read A Visual Approach Leslie Todd Broun As an itinerant resource teacher, my ongoing challenge has been the quest for effective methods and materials to meet the needs of my students with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental...
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  • Vocabulary Development
    RUNNING 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...
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  • Materials Development for the Language Classroom
    Introduction The process of teaching and learning usually related to the way teacher produce the lesson in the classroom. The common techniques that usually teacher use in the classroom is chalk and talk. They never think about pupils’ interest for their teaching process. For teacher herself in the...
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  • the effectiveness of direct method in improving the students' vocabulary
    THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIRECT METHOD IN IMPROVING THE SUDENTS’ VOCABULARY Lecturer: Arif Hertanto Compiled by: Anik Marselawati 1101050142 D ENGLISH DEPARTMENT TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION FACULTY MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF PURWOKERTO 2013 Abstract CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION ...
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  • asisted language
    INTRODUCTION Teaching and learning are unpredictable experiences, learners can be dynamic and engaged with one lesson and then they can get demotivated, tired, or even absent. Learners need to be immersed into the world of technology, the internet offers new collaborative tools which both, students...
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  • The Script of Merchant of Venice
    International Journal of Learning & Development ISSN 2164-4063 2011, Vol. 1, No. 1 Investigating the Impact of Using Games in Teaching Children English Ying-Jian Wang Department of Applied English / I-Shou University, Taiwan Hui-Fang Shang Department of Applied English / I-Shou University, Taiwan ...
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  • tema
    FIELDS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. LEXICON REQUIRED FOR THE SOCIALIZATION, INFORMATION AND EXPRESSION OF ATTITUDES. TYPES OF ACTIVITIES JOINED TO THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF LEXICON IN THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE. The first thing a child does in his/her Mother Tongue, once he/she has carried out the...
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  • Singer's Famine, Affluence, and Morality
    & Culturally Diverse Learners Instructor: Shanon Gevero 5th Nov. 2012 Lesson Plan: Thanksgiving Teaching students who have a limited understanding of the English language can be a difficult task. Since ELL students speak a different language at home,...
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  • G/a Tieng Anh 8
    - Helping students improve their reading skill. B. Teaching aids: - Textbooks, poster…….. C. Methods: - True/ False sentences, Ordering,…. D. Contents: I/ Organization |Class |Date of teaching |Absent students ...
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  • Physics
    Lesson Plan 1 What’s Physics? Unit 1 Kinematics Aim: To make an introduction to Physics, definitions and method. Teaching objectives I want to teach Learning Outcomes At the end of the lesson students should be able Content To introduce them to the Physics. To differentiate physical...
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  • Vocabulary
    Vocabulary skills can make or break any student's feelings about reading. Help students with learning disabilities successfully deal with new vocabulary in ways that empower their future learning with these strategies. These strategies can be adapted for appropriately for different grade levels and are...
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  • Amazing Files
    This list of teaching strategies and activities was developed out of a focused brainstorming process conducted with general education, special education and English as a Second Language teachers in Minnesota during the 2001-2002 school year. The list represents strategies and activities that teachers...
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  • How Can Storytelling Improve Communication Skills in a 4 Yr Old
    was clear that she is not given much opportunity to communicate at home which as a result her vocabulary is limited. Many young children lack vital experiences in background knowledge that develop vocabulary and other important concepts for learning (Zill & Collins, 2000). Sarah plays with her toys...
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  • Teaching Vocabulary Strategies
    Planning and Strategies Task #10 Grade: 5th Age: 10-11 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...
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  • Sample Lesson Plan
    meaning of monologue in the of narrative text in the daily life context. I. Basic Competence : 8.2. To respond the meaning of simple of monologue using oral language accurately, fluency, and acceptably in daily life context in the form of narrative text. II. Indicators; - Identify the settings of...
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