Published at Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 - 00:49:05 AM. English Worksheets. By Anssi Immonen.
Use the whiteboard/blackboard. Italy still works with traditional blackboards in most cases, though some schools have whiteboards. Draw a scene on the board and have students write sentences in their notebooks to describe it, or have them comment on it as speaking practice. Be sure the drawing can elicit the grammar and/or vocabulary in your lesson‘s objective, and that it contains enough details to give each student a chance to cite something original. Make a rough copy of your drawing while you‘re planning your lesson to be sure you can execute it on the board, and that you can draw it quickly while students are focused on another task.
Providing enough spaces between the lines is also another key. Another tip is to always simplify the instructions. Complex vocabulary can be very misleading and often times, they do add stress to the student. Another key in writing worksheets is the amount of time a student will spend on it. If you prepare worksheets with several pages, they may end up bringing them at home and losing the interest to finish answering them. So be keen in preparing one at all times.
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