Get some ideas on how to design and implement nursery teaching sessions by reading this assignment and also listening to the recorded teaching sessions carried out a month ago in a Private Nursery School in Nea Smyrni (Athens). Teaching English to Very Young Learners is an area worth exploring!! I am grateful to the Lord for the excellent comments of my professor in the Open University.
Super Simple Learning Resource Center offers amazing ideas on how to teach English to very young learners. Free and easy material to make your students speak from the very first lesson! Try it!
Here you can find information about the exams, sample papers, classroom activities and teaching tips for the 2015 updated Cambridge English exams.
2 Word documents- student’s worksheet and teacher’s worksheet with answers and step-by-step instructions to carry out the lesson. The lesson was originally taught in a Greek classroom. It can certainly be enhanced. It is not a complete lesson plan. You can download it from the following link. Love, Victoria.
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There are lots of ways to start off a lesson beautifully, maningfully, logically, etc. For example, to talk about how your students spent their week (here are 2 worksheets to help), or to ask about their plans, or to discuss the weather/ news, or to remember vocabulary from the previous lesson in some creative way, or to revise some grammar, like here or here, or….well, the list is almost inexhaustible, as I am sure you know). But how do we finish a lesson?
“the homework is on page 5, thanks, see you on Wednesday”?
Well, it’s possible and it happens all the time. But this is not the best way to finish off a good lesson, it seems to me. As we tend remember the last thing we saw/ heard/ did, the last moments of the lesson should be worth remembering..
- My favourite (and the most logical) thing to…
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