Practising school subject vocab | noreply@blogger.com (Steve Smith)

Let’s suppose you’ve taught the L2 words for school subjects (maths, English, history etc). Perhaps you used PowerPoint slides, held up flashcards, gave a simple bilingual list, used a simple Quizlet list, showed a simplified school timetable etc. Let’s then suppose you personalised the topic by combining them with “I like” and “I don’t like” or other variations. What next?

A common activity which you may not have come across is to carry out a class survey. First, teach the question “What subjects do you like?” Make sure it is well established with choral repetition and some whole class QA….

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