Oxford Basics for Children: Storytelling
|Nakladatelství:||» OXFORD University press|
|Médium / forma:||Tištěná kniha|
|Rozměr:||265 x 189 x 7|
|Nakladatelské údaje:||Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006|
Activities to encourage children to tell and respond to stories. This book introduces a wide range of story and activity types to stimulate young learners to use and respond to English in a creative and enjoyable way.
Key features Only uses resources that are easy to find and make. Ideal for busy teachers who need quick and easy-to-follow ideas. Oxford Basics are short, easy-to-use books based on communicative methodology. They provide ideas for teachers and guidance on how to handle everyday classroom situations.
Oxford Basics for Children is a series for primary school teachers which provides adaptable teaching ideas in an easy-to-follow format. Each unit gives details of a lesson or activity including the language point, preparation, and step-by-step guidelines for each stage. The series can be adapted to any teaching and learning environment and is especially suited to situations where access to resources is limited. Listen and do (Published 2006) Thirty short, simple, physical activities to encourage children to listen and respond to spoken English. Responding physically to English, sometimes known as Total Physical Response, helps children learn in an enjoyable, non-threatening way that also helps them remember the language. Storytelling (Published 2006) Activities to encourage children to tell and respond to stories. This book introduces a wide range of story and activity types to stimulate young learners to use and respond to English in a creative and enjoyable way. Vocabulary Activities (Published 2004) Twenty-five vocabulary activities for 4-12-year-olds with step-by-step guidelines, examples of classroom 'teacher talk', and illustrations. * Ready-to-use activities, clearly described * 'Teacher talk' to support less experienced teachers * Sample pictures for the board, flashcards, and cards * Suggestions on adapting the lessons for different areas of vocabulary and different levels * Effective with large or small classes