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Step 1: Initially the teacher explains to identify opposites by drawing or showing pictures. (Pre-lesson).
Step 2: The teacher calls one child to come and pick up a card from the first set.
Step 3: The child comes and picks up a card from the first set. (E.g. card having a picture of an elephant). The teacher asks how the elephant is big or small.
Step 4: The child answers her question (other children clap) and the teacher writes the word on the board.
Step 5: The teacher calls another student to pick up a card from the second set having a card with the opposite picture (ant).
Step 6: The child comes and picks up the card (E.g. card having a picture of an ant). The teacher asks how the ant is big or small.
Step 7: The child answers her question and the teacher writes the opposite word on the board.
The above steps are repeated till all the cards are completed.
Step 8: Then the teacher takes a card from the third set having both the pictures (elephant and ant) with words written (big and small). She says aloud both the words
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3. To help English Language Learners be more comfortable in communicating with other people of different cultural backgrounds through fun interactive activities that fosters language learning and social interaction. Mechanics: I. Goal: The goal of the game is to be able to list down or catalog as many words as possible from the given category within the allotted time.
Among them, vocabulary gains great significance as it links all these four skills together. Proficient communication in English requires the acquirement of a vast number of words and phrases without which the communication becomes incomplete. Language teaching, in the modern scenario, is challenging and the teaching fails when the new and effective techniques of vocabulary leaning remain unidentified and underutilized.
It is not the objective of this document to arrange the lesson plan for the science lesson but rather to describe the different exercises and methods that will be used to introduce the new terms to the students for whom English is a second language. However this document will use the terms that will be learnt in this lesson where necessary to give examples on how and what should be done and in what sequence when introducing the terms to the students.
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