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Share Print. Here you will find extra resources to help you when using Show and Tell with your class.
Are you looking for a quick warm-up that you can use to start the first few minutes of each class off with? Or, a fun way for students to do presentations? Keep on reading for all the details you need to know about how to do this popular ESL speaking activity. Show and Tell is a classic activity from way back in elementary school but it can work well in your ESL classes too. Or, you can limit objects to a certain category if you wish. The audience can ask a few follow-up WH questions. In order to make the question time go more smoothly with shy classes, you can put students into teams of and each team has to ask one question.
Do you remember Show and Tell events when you were in elementary school? More than likely you brought a special object to school and showed your classmates how it worked or what was unique about it. Maybe you explained a bit of history about your particular item or why it was important to you. From an educational standpoint, the purpose of Show and Tell was to help children developed their public speaking skills. The concept of Show and Tell can be also be applied to teaching and coaching when using demonstrations during a lesson or practice. There has been a wealth of motor learning research over the years on the use and value of demonstrations show and verbal instructions tell to facilitate learning a new task Magill and Anderson, ; Schmidt and Lee, ; SHAPE America ; Wulf,
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practice the use of speaking strategies: Fillers, circumlocution, asking for in oral tasks and, 3) a post task to show if the frequency of strategy use increased the word or while he/she explains, another classmate can recall the word and tell.
PreK—K , 1—2 , 3—5 , 6—8 , 9— ELLs must pass a speaking portion of a language proficiency assessment to score out of ESOL services and be fully immersed in mainstream classes without support. We always see a number of students, from every cultural background, who are too shy to speak up in the classroom or to answer a question, even when they have the answer.
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Reading Lesson Plan Pdf. The procedure is the body of your lesson plan, the ways in which you'll share information with students and the methods you'll use to help them assume a measure of mastery of that material. The student paraphrases the text. Theme of the lesson: Lessons Group or guided non-fiction reading. Instructional Tools:. The International Literacy Association ILA is a professional organization connecting research and practice to continuously improve the quality of literacy instruction across the globe.
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The result shows that the teacher used some strategies in teaching speaking at English. Intensive program students tell about themselves and their family or friends, (Harmer, ). h. negotiation language – in order to seek clarification and to show the structure booklets/Gilbert-Teaching-Pronunciation.pdf.