Teaching new vocabulary - liceoberard.scuole.vda.it

Teaching new vocabulary - liceoberard.scuole.vda.it

CLIL Use flashcards, actions or objects Children need to repeat after the teacher (chorally/individually) Voice needs to vary (whisper/loud/high pitch/low

pitch) Children can respond in their own way or copy your action Clap out the syllables and stress on words. Use songs Use songs good for repetition

Slap the board True/false Noughts & crosses Hangman, Pictionary Backs to the board Simon says Mime

Draw on the back Whats missing? Pass the parcel [with music playing] Sit down Work in pairs

Stand up Work in groups Line up

Tidy up Listen Be quiet/silence Listen carefully Stop!

How can I use carpet time in a CLIL lesson? www.twinkl.co.uk www.sparklebox.co.uk

www.tes.co.uk/primary-teaching-resources www.kidsmusicshop.co.uk Food song Five little speckled frogs - with actions 10 fat sausages

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